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God Bless the Broken Road

God Bless the Broken Road is a movie starring Matthew Derek Davis, Arthur Cartwright, and Adam Agee. While grieving the loss of her husband, a financially struggling widow meets a race car driver.

Other Titles
Hoffnung auf steinigen Wegen, Com Deus no Caminho, Dios en el camino
Running Time
1 hours 51 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Romance, Drama, Family
Director
Harold Cronk
Writer
William Matthews, Andy Fraser, Harold Cronk, Jennifer Dornbush
Actors
Adam Agee, Arthur Cartwright, William Matthews, Matthew Derek Davis
Country
USA
Year
2018
Audio Languages
Deutsch, English, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

The film tells the story of a young mother named Amber Hill who loses her husband in Afghanistan and struggles to raise their young daughter Bree in his absence. She meets a race car driver named Cody Jackson who helps to restore her faith..

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Patricia Wilson

When a young girl's father is held captive by a gangster and a rebel is set to avenge his father, the girl must rely on her ingenuity and dreams to save the father's life and save her own. The film is shot in mostly urban areas in Chicago. The film offers glimpses of Chicago that were not seen in many films about Chicago and as a result, the audience can recognize the locales and buildings as well as the specific details. This film was professionally shot, the cast is fantastic, and the film is suitable for all ages. The reason the film was made is not to make money, but to show the real issues faced by young people with varying talents. It shows how in-the-real world, the motivation for violence can come from a very emotional state and how it can become a new form of personal growth. The screenplay is very well written, the message of the film is very heartfelt, and the music is very catchy. The film was not commercially successful, but I don't think it's because of the screenplay or the music. It's because of the very realistic direction and the great cast. The cinematography and the directing are terrific. It's great to see that this film has a strong message, and the actors were just great! What makes the film so great is the direction, the casting, the directing, and the script. The character development is excellent. What the movie lacked was a great script. All the actors are very talented and it is wonderful to see them in the films. The direction and the script was just great and added to the greatness of the film.

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Megan Moreno

The movie "Lost in Heaven" was a great movie to watch. A lot of people will hate this movie but if you love animals, and want to see the journey of a rabbit, I think you will like this movie. The boy had to travel through several countries to get to his family but it was a great journey. The movie starts out with the bunny who was bought by a pound for the first time. From that moment, the kid felt that he was lost and had to go on a long journey to find his family. The story of the rabbit's journey is based on true events that happened in 1937 in a small town in Illinois. The rabbit was not a rabbit, the bunny was a barn owl. The rabbit traveled across several states with the help of his human companions, including a bulldog named Jack, a mouse named Lucy, a man named Gus and a bald eagle named Olive. The movie really captures the excitement of what the rabbit went through on the road to find his family. After the movie ended I thought to myself "This is really really sad and very sad. They are all gone". I think it would have been better if the rabbits didn't live. I was thinking that they should have all had a peaceful death. The humans had to think about their own mortality. In conclusion, I would recommend this movie to anyone who wants to watch something different. The scene where the bird lets go of the rabbit and lets him go is a really sad scene. A lot of people will hate this movie but I think it is a great movie to watch because it's based on true events that happened in 1937. It also shows the pain and sadness of a rabbit getting separated from his family.

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Lori H.

I loved this movie. I thought the movie was very very sweet. I liked it so much. I thought it was very unique. I am still crying at the ending and really I just can't get it out of my head. This movie is awesome. I really do think the movie is great. This movie is a must see and I definitely recommend it. It is the best movie ever. It is a must see and i definitely recommend it to anyone.

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John D.

I'm a huge fan of Terence Howard and have watched his entire filmography over the past few years. I was hoping this film would be better than 'Triage', which was very good. Boy was I wrong. 'Broken Road' was terrible. It was a bit corny and I never really connected with the characters. Terence Howard's character, Keitel's character, and De Niro's character seemed forced into their roles. I wasn't sure who I was supposed to be rooting for. There was no real growth or improvement for any of the characters. If you've ever been in a romantic relationship, this film may be a bit disturbing to you. It does a good job of telling the story of a relationship without hitting you over the head with it. I think that this film does an excellent job of showing people that relationships are complicated, and that sometimes it's just the choice of who you get to be with that matters.

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Rebecca R.

Before watching this film I was intrigued by the trailer, and the movie didn't disappoint. Just an incredibly well written and directed film. The script flowed and was extremely well paced, I felt the writing to be extremely clever and witty, it was the perfect movie to watch with your kids. I also liked the ability of the writing to be very true to the truth. The couple comes from a very close environment, what I mean by this is the acting was spot on and believable. And I also liked how this movie wasn't a gay couple coming out, but it was a straight couple coming out, it made it feel fresh. Anyways the performances were really good, with the actors not being celebrities I think it was well acted. I didn't think there was any major weaknesses in the movie, I can only hope that they make more films like this. Overall it was very well written, beautifully directed, and told a very interesting story. I was really happy to see how this movie was done, and can't wait for more from them.

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Jonathan

I really loved this movie, and I'm not just saying that because of a person who's name I didn't even know. The cast was superb, especially Bruce Willis and Lea Thompson, who's really a wonderful actress and actress. It was really great to see what she had gone through with having anorexia. The story was really good, I've seen the previews but didn't know what to expect, but I was completely blown away and don't want to say anymore. I would recommend this movie to anyone.

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Jerry

When I found out there was a movie about my life, I thought it was going to be a typical American romantic comedy. My older brother had made a list of other movies he wanted me to see and they were "The Proposal", "I Bet My Life", and "New York, New York". My parents, however, were not convinced that I should see these movies. Then one day I was asked if I wanted to see "The Broken Road". I was convinced it was a simple romance movie about a girl falling in love. I don't remember what happened to the film but I did see it and I have to say that I really enjoyed it. The acting was decent but the special effects and the CGI were terrible. I thought "Scream 2" was bad as well but still I enjoyed that movie. In "The Broken Road", I never felt like something was "fake" or "fakes". In the American movies the same things happen. In "The Broken Road", the acting is not that bad and I like how the film managed to make me feel like I was watching an American movie. I would like to see it again. 9/10 for "The Broken Road"

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Emily

WOW! Beautiful movie. Very inspiring to have such a movie in general. I really enjoyed it and recommend it to everyone. I absolutely loved the message and the human parts of it. It's a great movie. I couldn't stop thinking about it after the movie ended. I am thankful to be alive and that I am alive to see such a beautiful movie.

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Diana H.

Saw this movie just last night in the film festival in Norway and it made me feel much better about my youth. I grew up in an environment of violent, tortured, and dysfunctional people and every movie ever made has been a story about those same things, and every movie can't be just about war, but also about overcoming that trauma. This movie dealt with both those things beautifully, and you could actually feel the pain of those soldiers during the battle and in the peace between them and their friends. I also felt that their feelings toward each other were human. This movie gave me something to think about, because it made me feel something. And sometimes I even just smile at it, for the beauty of it. I also have a very old friend who has it, and he used to tell me the story of how he got married, after his friend had died, and how much he loved his mother, and how much he felt he couldn't live without her. I wish every day, that all of us in our youth could take that time to reflect on the things that we felt that we needed to remember, and maybe it would make us feel better about ourselves.

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Aaron R.

There is no other name that would fit better than the Lord's Prayer than as a way to end a scene in a movie. This movie does that. It brings home the message that the Lord Jesus Christ is our way of salvation, as well as a way to "break the chain of bondage" (the Savior Jesus Christ is our way of salvation). This movie is full of life, but it shows God's love to all life in His own way. May our Father in Heaven also bless us with His blessing and help us to keep His commandments and allow us to bless the next generations as well. We are blessed to be able to see the Lord in the children of God through this movie. As each child has a memory of watching this movie, there is hope for all. The Lord bless us!

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Vincent Hoffman

When you see a film like this and it's made with the intention to be tragic, tragic, tragic, you know you're in for a lot of heartache and pain. And yet, you still feel somehow, something that this film refuses to let you out of. I have to admit, I was a bit skeptical about the whole way I saw this film, but all of a sudden, I was hooked and completely blown away. The setting is glorious, and it works, almost perfectly. The way that all the townsfolk are part of this invisible community, that deals with people's pain and suffering, making it real. Its quite disturbing, and it hits you right in the feels, but the film is in the place where you just feel like you can't breathe for the sheer power of this film. I'd love to take the time to talk about it more, but this film speaks for itself. I honestly feel so sorry for people who haven't seen this film yet. Go out and watch it now. You'll not be disappointed.

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Betty H.

I'm not sure if the film's title is supposed to be negative or positive, but it certainly doesn't feel like either one. The opening music montage is brilliant. I absolutely adore the pictures in this film. The colors are very fitting. They evoke the fantasy-realism of the movies, and are beautiful to look at. I think I've read that the director and the film's producer were influenced by films like The Wizard of Oz, because in one scene, Sarah (a young girl) is shown drawing, and it's similar to the scene in the Wizard of Oz when the Wicked Witch of the West comes out to scare Dorothy. I'm fascinated by the shots in this film. They are colorful, and it's easy to tell the director wanted to portray scenes that were sometimes hard to photograph. This is especially true for the scenes that involve teenage girls. It's also very clear that the director was inspired by the themes of the film to make something that's very different than the more "heroic" films of the genre. I'm very impressed with the director and actress. The acting is outstanding. And the cinematography is superb. I think the director did a great job with the whole film, because it seemed to me like it was a very personal project. Like the last time I saw a "family" film, I think I had a greater appreciation for that film. I think this film is beautiful and special. It's a very insightful look into the lives of many teens, and I love how the film shows how the girls can't seem to get to the point of happiness. Some of the "boyish" behaviors they exhibit are cute, but I think the director wants us to see that. I think the film is a very good choice for any teenage girl or boy, and I'm sure it's a very powerful film for parents, as well. I think anyone can appreciate it.

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Hannah S.

I found this movie to be very well made. The actors/actresses did a superb job of bringing life to their characters. I just watched this movie with my daughter and I felt like I were watching a real person with all the emotions that a real person might feel. The emotional conflicts and feelings that the characters were experiencing is how I experienced them. I would not want my child to watch this movie and feel the way I did because it does happen. In addition, I felt that the movie provided a very appropriate lesson about the importance of character development and the importance of the family unit. I would highly recommend this movie to people of all ages. It will make you feel good.

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Jeremy Dixon

The 'Cries & Whispers' genre has been a part of my family, me & my brother have both seen some of the stories in this movie. I read some reviews that the lead character was designed too much like me and my brother & my sister too. Yeah right! I have a sister too, we shared almost everything but for two reasons. One was in real life as I have a brother who was born with a brain tumor, the other is in my story, that was my brother was also diagnosed with a brain tumor but he was normal. I'm really glad they chose to make this movie, the story is really sad & well told! I'm looking forward to the next book!

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Jeremy

In a time where films are no longer really relevant to the times and people in general, some hope is brought back to the story of James and Eloise, and their quest to find the right person to be a good husband and a great father, and with that they are thrust into the real world where they have to live in it, and while this story is original, it never falls in and becomes over-complicated or far-fetched like other Hollywood produced films. No, this is a story which one can relate to because it is simple, but real and will stick with you long after the film is over. The scenery is stunning. The acting is impeccable. The movie's message is for every one to cherish what they have and let it be. To let it be the best they can, but never to take it for granted. It is inspirational and heart-warming, and the directing and writing is just superb. This is a timeless tale and a masterpiece of human behavior. It is a film that no one should miss. It is my favorite movie of all time, but still no less of a masterpiece than Saving Private Ryan.

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Grace

The movie is a tearjerker, but still a thought-provoking movie. You really get into the story with the support of the actors, a perfect cast that you really believe in the characters and want them to succeed. The movie is pretty gory in spots, but there is a part towards the end that is very haunting, as it's about a child and her mother getting the divorce from their father. It will have you thinking for days afterward, which is good, because it builds a strong emotional connection with the viewer.

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Marilyn Williams

Having loved "The Departed" since I first saw it, I was eager to see the sequel, "Broken Road". "Broken Road" is a small, sweet, pleasant film, very true to the book. In the second film, my primary focus was on Nicholson's character, how he had become some kind of hardened, almost psychopathic bad-guy. I do not think Nicholson could have been a more believable bad-guy in "Broken Road", and that's not a criticism. That's just how he was in the book. However, there was a third character in this film, which I loved. His name was Yossi. In the book, he was an honest-to-God chemist, like Yossi, but on the other hand, he was a guy who was at peace with the natural world, always speaking and thinking of the purpose of living. It's like Yossi was telling us that we should stop being so obsessed with material possessions, and start focusing on "the inner beauty of life". In the book, I was quite interested in how the character David Cameron would be portrayed by Tony Cox. It would have been an interesting choice, seeing David, and learning the real-life story of Yossi and David Cameron, and seeing David's transformation and ending of the relationship between David and Sarah. It would have been a very interesting, exciting, cinematic and dramatic film. I felt the end of the film was a bit more of a let down. David was reunited with his wife in the film, and was going to take her out on a date. He just fell down a staircase and was knocked out, and was unconscious for about a week. I just didn't like the fact that David fell, but lived, and was never found. I just thought that was a bit of a weak ending, although there was no real reason for it, apart from his having been out of the hospital for a week. In the end, the film was pretty, but in my opinion, not as emotionally moving as "The Departed". <3

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Joseph G.

When I first saw the film about an hour ago, I loved it and I think I was most inspired by this movie because it really helps you see what it would be like if everyone had a chance and the love and respect the people around you have for one another. There is a hint of Angelina Jolie in this movie, I saw her in the film when I was 5 years old and her character is portrayed as being very sensitive and loving. The acting of this film is very, very good.

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Harold Daniels

The kind of film that can't make you cry or laugh or move, but leave you warm and sad at the end, in a way that leaves you emotionally thinking about it for days. It's a sad, beautiful film, that takes you on an emotional journey, and does it as a traditional drama. The film does an excellent job of both giving you information and allowing you to reflect on it, but never doing anything in the same direction that the directors intended. After all, the purpose of a film is to move you. How do you do that? You learn the parts, and you wonder what happened. The film is beautifully shot, the acting is really great, and the characters are all good. If you have watched it, chances are you will. And if you don't, then at least you got to think about it. It's definitely a film you should watch. And if it doesn't seem to have an ending, that's just because it has no ending. Go out and buy it. This is a must-see.

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Margaret Johnston

Saw this movie on the plane, and loved it. Was not sure if it was going to be a good film but it was. It is not boring or bad but i don't know how else to describe it. The story was well-written and everything was just fine, even the ending was perfect, which just made it even better. I wish that a movie like this would be made more often and it will be a hit like the one in this one. Kudos to Jennifer Garner and Robert Duvall. Great movie to watch on a rainy day.