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February 02, 2014

Unstoppable : Kirk Cameron

I received a copy of this DVD as compensation for this review:

ABOUT UNSTOPPABLE
Inspired by the death of Cameron’s close friend who succumbed to cancer at the age of 15, Kirk Cameron takes viewers on an inspiring and hope-filled visual journey to better understand the biggest doubt-raising question in faith: “Where is God in the midst of tragedy and suffering?”
Going back to the beginning—literally—Kirk investigates the origins of good and evil and how they impact our lives … and our eternities. UNSTOPPABLE will prompt audiences to consider the role that pain and suffering has in our lives, as they affirm their personal views on faith, and encourage conversation starters about God, suffering, and hope. 

In theaters for only two weeknights (Sept 24th and Oct 3th, 2013), UNSTOPPABLE: A Live Event with Kirk Cameron sold a staggering 260,000 tickets and reached a theatrical gross of over $3.2 million dollars. In just two nights this independent project sent a loud message – audiences want thought-provoking and meaningful entertainment.   

Kirk Cameron is best known for his memorable role as “Mike Seaver,” a cultural icon of the 80's, with his mullet hairstyle, cool glasses, and wisecracking comebacks. More recently he enjoyed much success with the No. 1 grossing inspirational film of 2008, Fireproof, and his recent documentary, Monumental. Kirk and his wife, Chelsea, were on-screen sweethearts during their Growing Pains years and are the founders of Camp Firefly, where terminally and seriously ill children and their families are provided an all-expense paid retreat (www.CampFirefly.com). Together, Kirk and Chelsea live in California with their six children.

Check out the Trailer Here:




Originally presented to an audience of 10,000 people at Liberty University, Cameron explores the traditional question of theodicy: "If God is sovereign, why does He allow bad things to happen to good people?"
Cameron sits (in his living room, on his front porch, in the desert) and tells the story of a family whose young son recently died of a prolonged illness. They are friends of his, and it's easy to tell the devastation of their loss was a catalyst for Cameron to make Unstoppable and tackle the problem of evil and suffering.
To do this, insists Cameron, we must go back to the beginning. Essentially most questions can be answered by going back to the beginning. Why do we die? Why is there sin in the world? Why do bad things happen? I think it's a really good movie for those struggling to answer the big questions or dealing with a great loss and wondering where God was in this time.

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