I'm Not Ashamed

2016

Action / Biography / Drama

53
Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 25%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 91%
IMDb Rating 5.5 10 1521

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Nancy Stafford as Mrs. Talbot
Ben Davies as Nathan Ballard
Victoria Staley as Madison
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by barbourjohn-633-608932 10 / 10

Inspiring and Encouraging!

Where were you when Columbine happened? I remember it well. I was at science camp (Lake Hume, CA) with about 20 of my Middle school students in the cafeteria surrounded by hundreds of other students and faculty from all over California. Needless to say, the whole place sobered up in a hurry.

But little did I know that it would take 18 years for me to realize the true significance of that event. That realization came when I watched this movie. The story of Rachel Scott is an amazing testimony of how God can take a horrific event and use it to reach millions of people with the gospel. It is interesting to note that her life has touched 22 million people; exactly twice as many as Hitler killed. Watch the movie to see the contrast between Hitler's and therefore Eric and Dylan's idea and Jesus and Rachel's idea of making the world a better place.

It is also an amazing testimony of how God prepared Rachel for the way she would glorify Him. Friends, He is doing this with all of us who follow him. If you want a film that inspires and encourages you; you can't do much better than this one.

I highly recommend this movie as one of the best Christian movies out there. The divide you see between the critics and the general audience is telling. Many of us have learned to discount the critics through the years realizing that they cannot be trusted to give a proper assessment. Also, this story is itself an example of how the secular media gets it so wrong most of the time simply because they have no spiritual discernment and work for bosses that are often hostile to the Christian worldview.

On a technical note: In my opinion, this movie is another example of how Christian movies are getting better and better.

Reviewed by zacharykieler 8 / 10

Missing the point of the movie

Atheists out there slam this movie because they think this movie is all about Christianity and cashing in on this tragedy. While yes it has Christian overtones. Rachel Scott was a Christian this was her belief and people need to respect her religion. For Atheists to slam this movie proves they don't get the point to this movie. Recently I watched a Anne Frank documentary at the beginning the director of the talks about Anne which directly Applies to Rachel Scott "The World will never know who was lost or what was lost when these kids were murdered there future was shut down for them but if we imagine what we lost we might belong with those who directly experienced this event more deeply and more humbly" Rachel Scott was a beautiful human being, if everybody was like her the world would be a much better place may she RIP.

Reviewed by Harald Hofer 1 / 10

Seriously?

After "God is not Dead" the makers of this film go one step further: They imply that atheist are most likely to become school shooters. The whole thing is disgusting and a pain to watch. The actors are nice and some of them talented, but nothing more. The characters are stereotyped, the story exaggerated. In the shooting not only religious people died but also none-religious: I don't get this urge of Christians to present themselves as martyrs at every single opportunity. My advice: Just don't waste your time on this abomination. Go out, watch the nightly sky and enjoy the feeling of being part of this fantastic universe. Take the time to think about this "The stars died so that you could be here today." Or just poke your nose. Even then your time is used much better.

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