Up-coming Christian Film “Hidden Rage” – CFDb Highest Recommendation Review

Hidden Rage

Joshua, a 17 year old student, goes to school every day, because he has to. Every day he gets picked on, beat up, and bullied. His teachers aren’t aware, security can only react to what they see and his only friend; Stephen, is too afraid to step to his defense. There are signs that his rage is trying to escape, but no one sees them. He indulges his anger in the games that he plays, the lists that he keeps and the movies that he watches.

Until one day he gets pushed too far.

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 This Film is being released on 7/17/2012

 

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Indy Christian Review: by Zack Lawrence

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This movie is receiving our HIGHEST recommendation review!  This is a movie that should be seen by teenagers AND their parents!  There is a strong message in this film that comes out so clearly!  Very well done!  This is a powerful film!

I once read a statement in a book a long time ago that I never could get out of my mind.  It goes something like this, “Every word you utter, every act you perform, is a seed that will bear good or evil fruit, and will result in joy or sorrow to the sower.”  This film also shows and talks about how all of our actions will cause a reaction for good or for bad.

It’s interesting, this past weekend I heard a sermon that brought out the fact that America has lost their sense of community.  We are a people that pride ourselves with the fact we are all individuals, we can do it on our own, but God never intended it to be that way.  We are surrounded by the idea to do it our own way, to put ourselves first.  Our whole focus is on self, which is entirely ANTI-BIBLICAL!  We’ve forgotten that we ARE our brother’s keeper.  Our kids and all of us need a SAFE PLACE TO GO!  I wonder if we would all make that commitment to be that person that goes out of our way to help others.  To be the sort of parents our kids can trust.  Even if you aren’t a parent, you can still make a difference in a child’s life somehow.

The statistics at the end of this film made me cry.  The idea that a person loses all hope because of circumstances in their lives is horrible.  We live in a world of hope and yet somehow we get so wrapped up in self the hope is lost.  It’s all about our focus!  I know this because I was one of those teens that attempted suicide.  I did NOT know God at the time and it seemed as if everything that could go wrong, did.  When I look back at the most darkest times in my life I thank God that I was spared because there is going to come a time in each of our lives when things go really well, even fantastic for us and we enjoy life.  I once heard a preacher talk about when he was growing up he thought of suicide every day.  So what kept him from doing it?  He kept thinking, well not today, maybe something great will happen to me tomorrow.  I wish we could somehow get this message to all of humanity.  The message of HOPE!

We all have a purpose in life, but we lose sight of that and this leads us to depression!  Let’s all make a commitment to make a difference in the lives of the people around us.  Let us go out of our way to help others, to give others hope.  Don’t ever tell someone they are hopeless or won’t amount to anything.  Those are only words of the devil.  We’ve all heard these discouraging words from others at one point or another.  Let it go and remember Jesus died for EVERY SINGLE ONE OF US!  Thinking of that always brings me back to hope!

Even though this isn’t being released until July 17, 2012, you can

Purchase this film ahead of time at Christianbook.com!

You can also rent this film in the future at Netflix!  If you add the film to your queue it will cause Netflix to get the film available faster!

Don't miss this great film with it's great message!

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