Average Member Rating:
- Carl W
- Richard and Linda D
Milltown Pride, with an entire cast of unknown actors and actresses, and funded by Bob Jones University, is a terrific film about the dangers of excessive alcohol consumption. The premise of the film centers on total abstention, which we personally practice, so we felt right-at-home about the moral principles involved in this presentation. Additionally, there is a clear emphasis upon living a Christ-centered life, based upon faith in a triune God (Evangelical Christianity). Yes, the film is rather slow moving at times; yes, the cast is what one would typically find in a college play; but since the faculty of Bob Jones University is supervising the production, and since they are all film professionals, the production values are as high as one would find in a Hollywood production, minus the special effects (which are usually boring, in anything but an action film). Enjoy!
- Bob B
Excellent movie. Slower paced and we loved it that way. Quite an inspiring, down to earth movie. Started good and
ended good with a message that needs to be shared with all.
- Ken R
Very wooden acting by just about everyone! Story was OK. Alcohol is worse than meth! Locations, costumes, and props were pretty good.
- Blanca E T
Awesome movie! Would recommend for all ages to see this one; especially unsaved friends and family members.
- Robert H
Great Movie for all the family. Nice to see Salvation portrayed so simply; Just receive Jesus' free gift. "If any man be in Christ, he is a new creature; old things are passed away, behold all things are become new."
Also there was a good clear picture of works vs grace; the age-old battle since the beginning. It's only Jesus.
- Tammy R
- Phyliss H
This was a good movie it was very slow in getting to the the good part close to the end. I never saw any movies with Billy Sunday as the preacher this was an old evangelistic movie for that time periodi guess this was a good movie but its okay I didn't like the drinking and the prejudism.
- Martin J
Nice Story about turning our lives over to Christ can change our lives for the better.