23 Blast in Theaters

October 28th, 2014

A few weeks ago we informed you about a new football-related Christian film, 23 Blast. Well, this film is now available in over 500 theaters around the country! The synopsis for this film reads:

" When a high school football star is suddenly stricken with irreversible, total blindness, he must decide whether to live a safe, protected life or to summon the courage through playing football to step back into the world.

23 Blast is based on the amazing, true story of Travis Freeman. A typical teenager growing up in a small town in Kentucky, Travis is a local hero on and off the field. In the prime of his youth, he is unexpectedly stricken with an infection that destroys his optic nerve; he becomes blind overnight.

Under the influence of parents who love him, a physical therapist who challenges him, a coach who inspires him, and a best friend who he cannot bear to leave behind, Travis shows us what true bravery is by competing on the gridiron, helping his team advance to the State playoffs. We follow Travis and Jerry Baker, his closest friend, from the time they meet on the football field as kids through high school. Jerry’s attraction to the dark side of teenage temptations threatens to pull the friends apart. It is only on the football field where they truly connect.

Depicting a story of hope triumphing over despair, of courage and faith overcoming fear and of victory prevailing over adversity, 23 Blast is designed to encourage and uplift audiences."

You can find out more about this film in our New Movies section or on their website at 23blast.com. There you can also find out how to purchase tickets and see where this movie will be playing near you. If you do get the opportunity to see this movie, be sure to come back here and let us know your thoughts! Be sure to stay tuned, as we'll be reviewing this film on our podcast very soon!


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