Unconditional a Christian faith-based movie.
Unconditional Movie Review
I would highly recommend this movie to watch. It is a very good movie about who two people were friends as children and end up reuniting. It has a good story line about faith. Love for one another and more. I even had a few tears at times watching this movie. My daughter also enjoyed this movie too.
This movie is based of a true inspiring story of Joe Bradford who grew up in a rural area of Nashville, TN.
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I will also say it does have some violence in this movie. Scenes not intended really for really young kids. I did not observe any bad language, but one of the previews for the movie said about half to almost the full word.
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About the movie:
Samantha has a storybook life then loses her faith when her husband is killed in a senseless act of violence. Sam’s faith reignites when she meets a childhood friend who cares for children in his under-resourced neighborhood.
Rated PG-13. It does have some violence in the movie. I believe it is more suited for older teenagers and up.