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To Save A Life

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Rating: 4.7/5 (7 votes cast)

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This is one of the best Christian movies ever made. It is so powerful and targets topics such as suicide and forgiveness and popularity and real teen and adult challenges. This one is a MUST SEE film! The Holy Spirit was obviously instrumental in the making of this film.  Check out the CFDb Movie Review.

Film Synopsis:

Jake is the most popular kid in school and has a promising future, but his world is rocked when tragedy strikes his childhood best friend. Now Jake is forced to ask, “Could I have saved him?” With help from a few new friends, he embarks on a journey to live a life of purpose, knocking down the sacred social barriers of high school life and befriending a loner, Jonny Garcia. But when Jonny’s life spirals out of control, will Jake have what it takes to stop him from the same tragic end? Can one person really make a difference?

Set to release August 3rd, ‘To Save a Life’ is an indie movie depicting the real-life challenges of teens and their choices. Jim Britts, who has a film degree from Biola University in La Mirada, Calif., began writing the script in January 2007 after coming across so many hurting and lonely teens. As the film follows Taylor on his search, it addresses a host of issues, including suicide, peer pressure, divorce, teen pregnancy, abortion and the authenticity of Christians.

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Indy Christian Review: by Zack Lawrence

  • Randy Wayne … Jake Taylor
  • Deja Kreutzberg … Amy Briggs
  • Joshua Weigel … Chris Vaughn
  • Steven Crowder … Doug Moore
  • D. David Morin … Mark Rivers
  • Sean Michael Afable … Jonny Garcia
  • Bubba Lewis … Danny Rivers
  • Robert Bailey Jr. … Roger Dawson
  • Kim Hidalgo … Andrea Stevens
  • Arjay Smith … Matt McQueen
  • Orin Mozon … Billy
  • Lamont Thompson … Clyde Williams
  • Trinity Scott … Kelsi
  • Janora McDuffie … Cari Vaughn
  • Laura Black … Pam Taylor
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To Save A Life, 4.7 out of 5 based on 7 ratings

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  1. Will says
    16 March 12, 1:48pm

    Wonderful movie about a kid slowly shifting his life to something greater than himself. Very motivational and centered around christianity…but does it without being annoying and pretentious. It definitely deserves a watch. Well put together and relevant to everyday life.

  2. Manu says
    23 May 12, 5:12am

    If you are looking for a great movie to see . Grab your youth group or friends. This movie will touch on everything todays teens face and struggle through. If you don’t feel a sense of changing who you are or feeling like you were called to be so much than you are, than I would be shocked! I recommend this movie. As Jake searches through the suicide of a distant childhood friends, he faces so many situations and leads him to a church. Seeing that sometime church folks aren’t who they should be and questions God. Getting saved and baptized leads to a leading away of the old man to a new person, looking to make a difference in his world.

  3. ClaytonFrazier1 says
    13 January 13, 1:30pm

    Another good one here. This film is what helping me believe in Christian Film. They didn’t sugar coat areas in this film. Happy for that they put in more believability and not making everything so perfect. Like showing lifestyle as in the party scene, non-believers talking like non-believers, non-marital sex; but this movie is still tame. It does a good job showing realistically what people think about Christians at times: hypocrites and judgmental. These people lives aren’t perfect either, but faith helps. It’s not like “Facing the Giants” where everything gets 100% better suddenly. This is one of the most realistic Christian films I’ve seen so far. The film is also good quality. Production Value is a plus.

  4. mother hen says
    06 May 13, 8:59am

    Great movie a must watch ! Especially for youth !!

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