All Saints (Movie Review)

All Saints (Movie Review)

AAll Saints (Movie Review)

There is a lot of noise and negativity in the world these days. I am trying to make a concerted effort to focus on the positive and make changes where I can. One easy change is supporting movies with a positive message. The movie All Saints is based on the inspiring true story of Michael Spurlock, a salesman turned pastor, the small church he was ordered to shut down, and a group of refugees from Southeast Asia. The unlikely group works together on an inspired plan to save the church, the town, and each other. I loved this movie as I love a good underdog and human interest story.

All Saints (Movie Review)

You can watch the trailer below, but it does not do the film justice. There is  much more humor and lightheartedness in the film that you would guess from the preview. But the movie does have a serious message that we can all learn from today. This movie will bring both tears and laughter from your entire family. All Saints is a family-friendly movie, although it is probably best for kids 10 and up due to some of the descriptions of the refugee camps and the heavy issues the characters deal with.

All Saints

Rating: PG
Run time: 1:48
Recommended ages: 10 and up
Scene after the credits: There are pictures and videos of the actual events and people of All Saints throughout the credits.
Studio: Sony AFFIRM (Sony Pictures)


As a Featured Contributor of Sony’s ALL SAINTS Influencer Program, I received the value of two movie tickets in exchange for an honest review on my blog. All opinions are mine.

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  1. http://mami2jcn says

    I’d like to see it because of John Corbett!

  2. http://Debra%20Wagner says

    This is my kind of movie. ..i would love to see this because it has some of my favorite actors and is rated PG.
    This is the kind of movie to have in your home movie collection! Thanks for sharing.

  3. http://bernie%20wallace says

    I would lie to see this movie because I am in the mood to see a feel good movie. Thanks for the giveaway. I hope that I win.

  4. http://Ashley%20Kolpak says

    I would like to see it because I like John Corbett

  5. http://Rachel says

    What an inspirational and heart warming movie!! Looks great!!

  6. http://Tabathia%20B says

    Because of the message that it passes on

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  7. http://chickie%20brewer says

    I love good inspirational movies.. I’ve also thought John Corbett was a good actor as well as good looking:)

  8. http://Tim says

    Even though the recommended age is 10 and up, it looks like it will be a family friendly movie. It will be nice to go see a movie that our whole family can watch that isn’t a cartoon.

  9. This looks like an interesting story. I would love to view it with my daughter.

  10. http://Neiddy%20Ruiz says

    My husband and I like watching true story movies and this one looks really good, Thanks for the chance to win!

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