Atom User Reviews for Indivisible
So good to see realities of PTSD and how it affects a marriage and family.
Touching and sweet. Don't think I've cried so hard at a movie before.
Very emotional and relatable for me and my husband. I took my daughter in law married to my Army son. Not a dry eye. A much need movie to see.
Powerful story worth a date night!
Has clear appeal for heartland Christians who are more concerned with uncomplicated edification than with storytelling. It would be more at home in the rec rooms of churches than in movie theaters.
Audiences looking for quality stories about faith and patriotism will find Indivisible to be a thoughtful and satisfying motion picture. Although it never reaches the emotional and cinematic zeniths that might make it great, it does what it sets out to do, by offering hope and guidance to audience members who need it. And that’s kinda great in itself.
Although the film hits all the time-marks of cinematic storytelling, the characters are broad, the music intrusive, and the dialogue made-for-TV-movie-esque. Just because the plot is swift does not mean the story compels.