Heaven Is for Real
Faith-based film tries reaching past its audience, but falls back on preaching to its own choir way too much.
From: Richard Schauer
I had been wondering if I were alone in appreciating the work of Don Cheadle. It was not that long ago when watching a film with Don Cheadle in the cast I found myself saying that this guy's not bad. Then watched him become very good in the next few years. "Talk To Me" is on my list of "to see" films. Nice review.
Loved the line: We labor through life sweeping our memory ahead of us into the dustbin of oblivion. And I am one who does remember Arthur Godfrey.
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