Focus on the Family's Irreplaceable MovieTitle: Irreplaceable

Produced by: Focus on the Family

Release Date: May 6th, 2014

Synopsis: What is family? Does family still matter in today's society? NCM Fathom Events, Focus on the Family and Pine Creek Entertainment invite you to explore these important questions in a theatrical, one-night event on Tuesday, May 6th 2014.

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We watched the movie after church today. Although it contained a lot of excellent materials and eye opening truth about marriage, family, and fatherhood, it bored most people after about half an hour into it. The hosts voice over, while the resource person is being interviewed was confusing. Why let the interviewee talk and at the same time, have Tim Sisarich musings override their voice? The various sites around the world, and Tim's travel on the plane, the train and the bus, was quite taxing. I just could not see the point of those segments, and their relation to the topic at hand. His accent is quite hard to understand at times. Why did he have to mention that they did his arrival at that airport "a few times"? There were just so many unnecessary comments. Who cares that the camera person is cramped in the wall during the interview? Or that the room was too small? The subject matter is excellent, but it was not presented in the most concise and impactful way. "A powerful powerful movie!" according to Mike Huckabee? " "Inspiring, a must see!" according to Kirk Cameron? I was asking myself, were we watching the same movie? No argument that the topic is important and relevant. The way it was presented in this documentary was disappointing indeed.

I watched the movie and it contained a lot of excellent materials on the family, fatherhood, and marriage. It was a strain to understand with the host's accent though. I was asking myself, why is the hosts voice over what the interviewee has to say. I wanted to listen to the views of the person being interviewed, not the personal feelings of the host. Who cares about the cramped interview room. Let me listen to what the person being interviewed has to say. If I want to see the various sites around the world, I will rent or buy a DVD of them. I feel this movies wasted a lot of time showing us various sites around the world. Although the material is important and relevant, the documentary was boring and dragging. I am disappointed with this movie. Again, let the interviewee talk. I did not want to listen to the personal musings of Tim Sisarich.

I believe what the Word of God says about Life, Family and Marriage. So....a movie like this (based on Biblical principals) is what the World needs to see. I really am excited to see movies as this one and of course the most recent God's Not Dead movie. Any morvie that proclaims the Real meaning of life (as God has explained in His word) and talks about the awesome love of Christ, gets 10 thumbs up in my book. I can't say the same about the new Noah movie. :(

While I believe the movie is good (from viewing the trailer only) and such a movie is greatly needed, my constructive criticism is that the movie is so very "White" and does not lend itself for African Americans and other ethnic groups of color to really relate or feel connected to the content. I realize that many of the Christian movies today feature more White representation than any other ethnic group; however, since this is a documentary, I really would have liked to see at least some representation from groups of color. Again, I'm only speaking from viewing the trailer, not a preview of the movie itself. Still, I would like to see the movie because of the subject matter.

I think this is a wonderful way to speak to others about marriage and how God feels about it. a way to possibly change the way people in our culture today think about marriage. I look forward to going to see this movie and bringing friends along with me.

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