Thursday, May 23, 2013

{Review} Ring the Bell

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I have had this movie sitting around waiting on me to watch it and review it. Wow! I wish I had watched it sooner!! What a fantastic family-friendly movie!

It follows the life of Rob, a high-profile sports agent, who heads to a small town to sign a high school sports phenom.  Along the way he runs in to all sorts of complications that seem to go hand-and-hand with small town living.

This was a Provident Film - the same makers of such films as Courageous and Fireproof. I felt it was a well-done movie, with a great message and I loved that it was so family friendly. My children were able to sit and watch it with me.

I enjoyed the fact that one of my favorite bands played a part in the movie - Casting Crowns - as well as two of my favorite singers. Steven Curtis Chapman plays the minister of the local church and Matthew West is a baseball team owner.

Overall I thought this film was excellent. It gave a very clear message of salvation. It's nice to find a movie that everyone can enjoy and shares the Gospel so clearly.

You can buy a copy at various retailers.

DVD Special Features:

The Heart of "Ring the Bell"
Casting Crowns “The Well” Music Video

On Set with Casting Crowns
Famous Faces

A Very Special Movie

Ringing the Bell

The Artists and Music of "Ring The Bell"

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