Atom User Reviews for Unbroken: Path to Redemption
Great movie! Wonderful to see the continuation of Louis Zamperini's life after the war.
the movie brought tears to my eyes.. love a movie with a message
Encouraging, uplifting, and God is always reaching for us!
I'm glad we saw it opening weekend. These are the kind of movies that I want to see..
A great movie , clean and another story of how Jesus saves!
Iconic American history that will make you glad you came to see it!
Great story that I am sure many can relate to!
Hits hard if you or a loved one has ever served in combat, the bargaining and promises and feelings of betrayal...and trying to return home and resume the normalcy of your former life. Reminds you to look for what kept you strong and pushing through despite whatever hardships you had and to hold onto that. Hard to watch but a must see.
Great movie!! I was also saved at a Billy Graham crusade!! PTL!!!
As a fan of period movies, especially the 1930s and 40s, this was a great true story about the redeeming and transforming power of God and the steadfast love of a spouse.
Very slow story, but the ending was good.
The movie delivers an inspiring message about the power of faith and forgiveness, which is its obvious raison d'etre. But it does so in the sort of formulaic, cliched and simplistic manner that afflicts so many inspirational films.
Zoran Popovic’s uninspired cinematography, paired with barely credible production design, give “Path to Redemption” the aesthetic feel of a low-budget reenactment segment in a basic cable history show. The performances operate at about the same level; no one gets to shine beyond over-acting during a few emotionally charged scenes.
Hunt gives it as all as the tortured Louis, but Patterson is the heart and soul of the film, giving a far more interesting performance as his long-suffering wife.