Unstoppable (2013)

Movie review by Renee Longstreet, Common Sense Media
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age 13+

Faith-based docu is mainly a sermon on suffering, pain.

NR 2013 65 minutes

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age 14+

BIAS- Fictional account based Documentary

Don't waste your tome and money. Based on feelings not Facts. Totally bias view point

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age 7+

Unstoppable is Unbelievable...Horrible...A Must See!

Most of the people viewing "Unstoppable" will undoubtedly be Christian. Well...I If I was a Christian, I would have seriously doubt in my belief, after viewing Kirk Cameron's (special kind of crazy) "documentary." And I'd probably be agnostic or atheist, within a year. That said...It's rare to find something so horrible, that it's beautiful. Well Done Kir You crazy S.O.B.

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