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To Save a Life

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Jake is the most popular kid in school and has a promising future, but his world is rocked when tragedy strikes his childhood best friend. Now Jake must change his life, and sacrifice his dreams to save the lives of others.
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Capital Times (Madison, WI)
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February 04, 2010

What's worthy about "To Save A Life" comes purely from its nutritional value, and if a teenager becomes a more empathetic person as a result of seeing it, then it's worth it for him. A lot of his friends, though, might be too bored to get to the redemptio
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Beliefnet
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August 02, 2010

One of its strengths is its willingness to engage candidly and open-heartedly with the real issues that confront teenagers, giving it some heft and credibility.
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New York Post
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January 22, 2010

To Save a Life would be bland and boring even as a half-hour after-school special.
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Quad City Times (Davenport, IA)

February 02, 2010

This faith-based movie wasn't meant to vie for an Academy Award. It's a think piece for adolescents, church groups and counselors.
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New York Times

January 22, 2010

But forget the lame performances and arch, preachy sentiment; the movie's sham hip-hop and spurious alternative music alone should keep teenagers away. Thank goodness.
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DVDTalk.com
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August 26, 2010

Takes two solid hours to make its trite points on faith and personal salvation, growing more unbearable as it goes.
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Orlando Sentinel

August 23, 2010

One of the biggest problems in most Christian genre movies is their lack of edge, a reluctance on the part of the filmmakers to show ugly reality.
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Fort Bend Sun
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August 02, 2010

I can see this being a positive influence for many who watch it and for some it could possibly even make a huge difference, and you don't get that from many movies these days.
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Los Angeles Times
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January 22, 2010

This is a deftly acted, generally absorbing cautionary tale with wider allure than its faith-based label may imply.
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Christianity Today
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March 05, 2010

Will the vague messages get across? Will viewers take anything out other than a missive to be kind and inclusive? Some certainly will. Some won't.
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NPR
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July 04, 2010

Miles ahead in terms of production values and an avoidance of overt proselytizing. It'll likely be an enormous hit with the evangelical communities at which it's targeted. That doesn't save it from being an utter failure outside that narrow context.
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Variety
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January 21, 2010

Hints at becoming a thoughtful portrait of a teen's spiritual crisis, then abandons all narrative integrity to hit its church-mandated marks.
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