Evie Totty: “It was ok.”
This review contains spoilers. Reveal it.
Bear with me...
I try to not be a religious person becuase I hate The Bible. It is rife with misogyny and I just can't make it compute in my brain.
And people quote the fk out of context with it to serve their own purposes that it makes me sick.
That said - there have been many times in my life where I have felt God. And it happened several times during that movie. I was close to tears several times - and not even at parts that are touching. Just where I think God (he/she/it/them) was letting me know they were still there for me.
Also - I've had a stroke and a vascular blockage in my hand (like a stroke.. .but in my hand) and have pretty much fully recovered despite what the doctors told me to expect. Not so sure about the stroke, but the hand I do attribute to the power of prayer. And keep in mind - prayer is simply good vibes going out so it might not have been God - but just all those good vibes coming to me.
Regardless my point is that I know the power of prayer. And this movie also demonstrates it.
So whether you believe in God or not - you can see what is possible when an entire community is praying for someone who literally came back to life and made a full recovery.This review contains spoilers. Reveal it.
Welcome to Funeratic!
Sign up now to receive notifications right here on the site, or off-site if you prefer, whenever your favorite sections of Funeratic get updated.
You can be notified when there are new celebrity goos to guess, new movie reviews and blog posts to read, and much more.Manage Subscriptions
The schedule for The MCU Project has changed again: We will now watch either one movie or two TV episodes per week, not counting shorts. This change is retroactive; old comments have been moved to new weeks.2 days ago
Funeratic offers games, contests, blogs, movie reviews, and more.
Please use this form to log in to Funeratic with your existing account.
If you have forgotten your password, please use this form to reset it. You must provide the same email address that you used when you created your account.
If you still have trouble logging in, please contact Scott Hardie for assistance.
Your email address is required because it is the only way to reset your password if you lose it. You will never receive email from this site unless you subscribe to notifications. You will never be automatically enrolled to receive notifications.
If you need assistance with this form or have any questions, please contact Scott Hardie, the site administrator.
Funeratic contains adult language and subject matter, and is intended for adults only.