Based on the Conversion of Paul . Sara is at the top of her game. She has the chance to be chosen for an elite summer tennis program, but her hopes are dashed unexpectedly by the one person no one likes - Colton. Colton is at the bottom of life, constantly leading others away, hurting people, giving no one respect, and making fun of other teens for going to church. But then his parents pray for some intervention in his life. When he's partying one night, Colton ends up in a car wreck with Sara, and goes through an experience that changes him. But facing life after you've done everything wrong can sometimes be the hardest step, and Colton must find a way to prove to everyone - especially to Sara - that he's changed.
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Andrew G (kr) wrote: Charming with plenty of chuckles, mainly because of the immensely likable Tipton and Teller.
Octavian (mx) wrote: Alex said it was good. So don't anyone watch this.
Aj S (br) wrote: It's silly, stupid, and at times a little predictable, but the performances by both Steven Weber & Craig Bierko, with Larry David's traditional dialogue makes this movie worthwhile to watch. The movies overall theme is irony, and this movie is completly stamped with that from beginning to the very end of the credits. All the chaos that ensues for everyone all starts with just 50 cents, 2 quarters! Only Larry David could do that. But, in the end this movie is just an ok movie, it shows that David should stick with TV, thank god for "Curb Your Enthusiasm".
Yi C (ca) wrote: it's reflect human's truely enternal world.
Denise A (au) wrote: Dakota Fanning is a cutie.
Mehdi I (gb) wrote: Loved it when I saw it in 1977. It was boring seeing it again in 2008.
Andre R (it) wrote: Unfortunately, it's not even funny anymore
Dan M (kr) wrote: 4 1/2 out of 5 stars! When I first read the book and saw the film, I loved this story, but over time I begun to think it was one of the weaker links in the franchise, but after watching it again last night, after 5 years, it is actually among the strongest and most detailed and important stories in the series. I have a new found even greater respect for this one!
Rachael E (ag) wrote: I laughed so much I could hardly see the movie. Apparently I need to close my eyes to laugh really hard. There are parts you'll want to re-wind just to see them again ( especially if you missed them through laughing too hard the first time)
Facebook U (mx) wrote: Well done, well put together. The attraction of the beautiful student toward the old prof seems a bit outlandish. Maybe comical even. Joaquin nails the role though and we see the psychopath being revealed. Funny psychopath not all that good at being evil. This is some sort of comedy of course. Plenty enjoyable.