The Grace Card


Action / Drama

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Louis Gossett Jr. as George Wright
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English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 41 min
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23.976 fps
1 hr 41 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by TheCinemaMan10 / 10

One Of The Best

Other reviews have more than adequately covered the excellence in this film. There are only a couple of observations to be made that will, hopefully, distinguish this review from being simply a rehash. I don't hold with the blithe accusation of the Mac character as being a 'racist'. After all, his son was killed by a black person so of course he's going to have strong feelings about that especially give the very strong memories that he carried for Toby years after his death. Whatever feelings there might be re "race", they played a far distant second fiddle to this. The second item of note is that the movie was shot on a Red camera! This digital beauty shows how far things have come in the digital age: it isn't obvious that this is a digitally based production. Finally, special nod needs to be given to the, yup, special features. The "making of" is itself a mini drama and Memphis is to be heartily congratulated for its unusual support, dedication and just plain unselfish giving.

Reviewed by freshclean-66-3186087 / 10

This one has to be seen!

It was better than I thought. Whenever I want to watch a movie I always check with IMDb before I watch it because 98% of the time they are right. In this case they were wrong. IMDb gave this movie 4.6 out of 10 stars. I gave it 7 stars. As a Christian I thought the message in this movie was very powerful, for anyone. If you're a person who cries at tear jerker movies, this one just might make you cry. I recommend this movie to everyone. The acting in this movie, except for Louis Gossett Jr, was kind of amateur, but that didn't hurt this film. This would definitely be a good movie for the whole family to sit around and see on a nice quiet evening. This movie is a must see. Now it's rare that my wife and I agree on what's a good movie and what isn't a good movie, but we both agreed that this one was good.

Reviewed by tavm7 / 10

The Grace Card was a quite effective Christian drama

Because there was only one showing in the afternoon, having had several last week when I was a bit busy during that time, me and my movie theatre-working friend chose to watch it then when we both had this day off. While my friend was crying throughout, I managed to start to be touched when that wife of that cop slapped him because of his accidental shooting of their teenage son but I'm getting ahead of myself here. This Christian-themed movie about the dealings of long-ago tragedy, some racism, and the idea of forgiveness despite some people that caused those tragedies was for the most part well made even though I managed to predict what would happen before they did. Still, this was quite touching and made pertinent points about how hard some feelings are to let go. One other thing I'd like to mention is that Oscar-winner Louis Gossett, Jr.-in his brief role-still can steal a scene even during his quietest moments like here. So on that note, The Grace Card was pretty good as a message drama.

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