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Mercy Rule, By Kirk and Chelsea Cameron

3.4 out of 5 stars 51 customer reviews

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  • Format: DVD
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (51 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00II7H5SM
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #78,654 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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We were greatly anticipating this movie, we love Kirk Cameron and how he stands for the faith. We were very surprised that faith wasn't woven into this movie? The discussion questions, the back of the movie, Kirk's trailer....everything points to faith and trusting God, but except for the one mention of God by Tim Hawkins there was no obvious tie into faith through the struggles presented in the movie. It was so blatantly absent that it makes you wonder why it was intentionally left out? The family didn't pray together, there was no mention of the Word of God, more focus was on "Pops" the patriarch of the family and his words of wisdom. When John the main character was shattered by a decision he had made and struggled with the effects of it he never bowed a knee, he tinkered with the idea of smoking again or drinking but he never cried out to God. He received encouragement from his wife that was certainly beautiful from a family perspective but the absence of proclaiming the foundation of our faith and family made this movie feel like a deflating balloon. It had some very good family fuzzy moments and nice breaks of laughter. Interesting characters, the coach and Uncle Ben really helped keep you interested, but it was extremely too long and drawn out.
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While others criticize the lack of an overt or preachy message, I loved this movie for the alternate choice to portray people who live out what the message of the gospel is by displaying true love and loyalty by their lives. I thought the writing, storyline, filming, music and acting was excellent across the board. "Theft by government regulation" is a theme that is featured, thank you Kirk. I have just watched this movie for the second time and feel like it needs to be watched at least a couple of times to get the nuances of the brilliant storyline. A person needs to watch past credits to get the final segment of the story.
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I'm sorry but this is just a poorly produced movie.

1) It's not especially Christian. There's no mention of God at all...ever. Which is ok if you're just looking for entertainment, but it uses Fireproof as it's jump-off and leads you to believe it would be Christian-based.

2) The camera. Oh my, it's horrible. The camera angles are only distracting. Several angles look like the camera was placed on the ground, or on the counter-top. The close ups are out of whack so your perspective is totally thrown off.

3) Color tint. Just stop it.

4) Slow-mo. Without the slow-mos the movie would probably be 30 min. Completely unnecessary and distracting.

5) Weirdness. Kirk (the dad) jumps on the fence like a monkey. The boy talks beyond his years. The coach looks and acts like a drug addict in withdrawal - seriously, he's disturbing. Council woman says 'time to drop the mic' and Kirk does this weird gangsta-rap dropping of the mic and everyone cheers and you're sitting there stupidly clueless.

6) Story line. It's horribly weak. You're never invested in the family. You never care about them. You don't care about the little league and you don't care about the scrap yard. The story line could be completed in 45 min. But it's dragged on for 2 hours.

7) The one worthwhile moment is when Tim Hawkins was in front of the city council - that was funny.

I'm serious, it's awful. I got it for $5 and feel cheated.
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I regret to say this, but those of you who are complaining about a "lack of God" in this movie are displaying a disheartening lack of imagination. While this movie had deficiencies (the first twenty minutes had basically nothing going on and the overuse of slow motion and attempts at flashiness just distracted from the story), lack of Christianity was not one of them.

Not all decent films - even Christ-honoring ones - need to be explicitly evangelistic. In fact, if your real goal is evangelism it is actually counterproductive for all films to be as evangelistic as something like Courageous, because only a small handful of people are ready to be "closed" in such a fashion. For many others, explicit evangelism will be a huge turnoff and a barrier to them finding Christ. You should not pick fruit before it is ripe. People are on various parts of the spectrum in terms of their relationship with God. Some are very far, while others are closer but not quite there yet. We need a RANGE of movies to deal with people. While some movies should be "closers", with scenes such as the evangelistic conversations found in Fireproof and Courageous, some films should simply aim to simply put a "stone in one's shoe"... not too evangelistic to make those far from Christ throw up walls, but enough to present a certain worldview that perhaps makes people think. And some films should be somewhere in the middle. Why, as Christians, should we limit ourselves to only one kind of film?

We need films on ALL parts of this spectrum to be truly effective as Christian communicators.
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