A Promise to Astrid



IMDb Rating 6 10 86

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Uploaded By: FREEMAN
January 24, 2021 at 11:04 PM


Dean Cain as Pastor Scott Seabury
720p.WEB 1080p.WEB
816.99 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 28 min
P/S 4 / 1
1.48 GB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 28 min
P/S 4 / 5

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by steve_w-10758 9 / 10

dont be too critical of the production value

Yes this is not the kind of production quality we have become accustom to, but, what a sweet show, in part, because it is a not about production but the story. Be prepared to be asking the question "couldn't have been done as a quality motion picture," but also be prepared to have your heart strings pulled at..... What a beautiful woman, wish we all had a neighbor like her, or even better, could be a neighbor like her.

Reviewed by MarktheGeezer 4 / 10

They mean well

This is apparently a true story about a very kind and generous woman. However, the film, like so many Christian films, isn't very well made. The dialog is sometimes stilted and awkwardly delivered, the lighting is rough, and the main character has a bad wig. I thought the big reveal would be that she was a cancer patient, but there was a haircut scene near the end, so I guess it was actually supposed to be her hair. Also, these Christian filmmakers seem confused about denominations. Mike attends a Protestant church with a married minister, but he has a rosary and Catholic art in his house. They cared about this story and wanted to remember a special lady, so I don't want to be too harsh. I watched this because I knew somebody who was in it and I guess I was just expecting something that didn't look so homespun.

Reviewed by dbh850 2 / 10

Um... only watch if you're Christian

It's a faith-based film. If you don't like them, you likely won't care for this one. That said, it's probably the best (least ghastly) faith-based film I've seen.

The acting was good enough, considering their short (or no) experience and the obvious low budget. I have NO problem with low budget films. In fact, I rather enjoy them - I feel like I might just be seeing early work of an unknown master. So I give them a chance and don't much care if they don't have funds for all the best stuff.

That said, who the hell let JoAnn F. Peterson wear that wig?!?!!! It looked absurd and was quite distracting. Pretty much any person you find walking down the sidewalk could find a better wig for her. It made it a bit hard to look at her, which is a shame. She is new to acting and I thought she did a good job.

It's a sweet story and just the thing for a particular kind of Christian. But if you're looking for depth or complexity, this isn't your story.

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