In UNSTOPPABLE, a brand-new documentary, Kirk takes you on a personal and inspiring journey to better understand the biggest doubt-raiser in faith: Why? Kirk goes back to the beginning—literally—as he investigates the origins of good and evil and how they impact our lives ... and our eternities. Reminding us that there is great hope, UNSTOPPABLE creatively asks—and answers—the age-old question: Where is God in the midst of tragedy and suffering?Order your copy of Kirk Cameron's new film, UNSTOPPABLE, before it sells out! Don't be left waiting months on a second release!If God is good, why is the world full of death and suffering?If God is great, why does evil exist?Why do bad things happen to good people?There are only three possible answers to these questions:
- God does not exist...
- He is powerless to stop evil...
- OR, He DOES exist and He has a purpose for everything that happens!
"Kirk Cameron's new film, UNSTOPPABLE, is one you won't want to miss. This film is intimate, edgy, bold and full of the unexpected. …UNSTOPPABLE is not a documentary. It is one man's personal journey and a story of hope. It helps us make sense of the bad things in this world. Most importantly, UNSTOPPABLE will help you and your family love God more deeply and shore up the foundations of your faith. UNSTOPPABLE. Watch it!" — Jay Younts, Author and SpeakerOver 150,000 people packed sold-out theaters to see UNSTOPPABLE when it opened the night of September 24, 2013. It was the number 1 movie ticket sold on movietickets.com!The Facebook reaction is overwhelmingly strong and positive. Here are just a few samples:
- “This movie was such a deep blessing!!!! It has been a hard year and this movie really gave light in the midst of our storms!!
- “We clapped, we praised him and everyone knows he is unstoppable Job well done and Thank you.”
- “Sure hope it will be on DVD...there was so much good stuff that I need to see it again!”If you missed the live showing of UNSTOPPABLE , you still can experience it on DVD! If you were in the audience of one of the 700 theaters across the United States, you know this movie provides a great opportunity to share the gospel in your home with friends, family, and neighbors.Don't delay... Kirk Cameron's films sell out fast and you won't want to miss out on the initial DVD release! Don't be left waiting months on a second release!
Tom (Submitted on 27th Aug 2016)
It was interesting, a bit sobering.
Jeff (Submitted on 25th Feb 2014)
It was a good film, but thought Monumental was better. The style of these two films was great. However, I think it was lacking in a final powerful message. I will use this film to help people deal with grief.
Unknown (Submitted on 20th Feb 2014)
Can I get my money back??? With all the hype and anticipation of this movie coming out, and with my hopefulness in perhaps receiving some insight into my greatest question/struggle with my faith regarding why God allows suffering, this movie failed to bring anything to me other than complete and utter disappointment. Cameron uses the tragedy of a young man who died of cancer, and tries to tie that in to segments of Bible stories in a disconnected attempt to make sense of God allowing death to occur and how we must basically accept it because "He is there". I know He is there...why does suffering keep going? The question is never answered. It is painfully convoluted. The scene of Cain slaying Abel is tortuously long, and unnecessarily merciless to watch in comparison to the other examples. Cameron's use of photographic imagery, black and white then color, stop scenes, and weird angles, was equally as painful if not nauseating to watch. Artistic imagery should be used to enhance a thought or concept, not throw you into endless strobe effects or slo-mos. The ridiculousness of Cameron's conclusion of Noah and the rainbow bordered absurdity. There is so much to criticize that it is endless. I would never recommend this film to anyone who really needs the word of God to help them, or who needs their faith healed. I struggled to give it 2 stars, and I only did that because I cried for the loss of Matthew and the sorrow his family experienced. God bless them and provide them with answers for their sorrow. Come on, Cameron, you dropped the ball on this one.
Unknown (Submitted on 19th Feb 2014)
In the beginning... is the best place to start! Watched it with the family, was alittle surprised by all the blood shown in the Cain and Able seen. Didn't know it was going to be so bloody. This world is so full of terrible things that happen! Jesus is the answer! I like how it was brought out that it was God's mercy on mankind to bring the flood upon the earth before all mankind was corrupted! God is in control, and truly "all things work together for good to them that love God, to them who are the called according to His purpose"!
AG (Submitted on 19th Feb 2014)
I bought several DVDs sight unseen, on the strength of Kirk's previous works on Monumental and with Ray Comfort. However, I wish I could send them all back and get my money back....
No, really, in my opinion he should edit out, immediately, before selling another single DVD, his attempts at bringing the Bible narrative of creation and the fall to life.
1) Adam came to himself all mud-covered, with hair cropped bald, and stupid-looking.
2) Terribly clumsy attempt to depict naked Adam & Eve delighting in discovering each other, without being sensual.
3) This takes the cake: satan crawls out of the swamp as a moss-covered ..... man!
Even without all that, where's the impact of the movie? I didn't get it. I think my expectations were too high.
Kirk needs to submit his ideas to more people before producing, and then again afterwards, before releasing. Evidently the screeners he used in this instance did not want to voice dissenting opinions.
Unknown (Submitted on 19th Feb 2014)
Showed it to a generation Joshua group and next to youth group. It brings up great discussion and makes you evaluate what you might say if someone challenges you to explain why you have faith in Jesus when bad things happen in your life. Kirk Cameron challenges you to think about your faith in light of bad things happening.The question that makes so many possibly turn their back to Jesus.
Lori (Submitted on 13th Feb 2014)
After being completely blown away by Kirk Cameron's "Monumental", I was expecting that same WOW factor with "Unstoppable" - yet, that just never happened for me.
I love Mr. Cameron's style of filming - especially since it is "edgy" yet doesn't make me queasy like other films do while moving the camera around... Great visuals on stories from the Bible, helping history come to life (and to see things more clearly)! My heart went out to the family in the movie (and yes, a few tears were shed by me). I was amazed that Mr. Cameron had the forethought to film these family events during the height of their loss.
On the down side, however, there was never that 'ah-ha' moment for me. It felt like the 'main point' as stated on the cover of 'Unstoppable' (...'to better understand the biggest doubt-raising question of our faith: 'Where is God in the midst of tragedy and suffering'... and ..."Kirk investigates the origins of good and evil and how they impact our lives...our eternities") was never fully 'matured'. I guess the emphasis I was anticipating to see wasn't there. Yes, as the film depicts, God has been and always will be there, no matter what we are going through. I guess in my own life's experiences, I don't see that as being the biggest 'doubt-raising' question. During trials, I see more the question of "Why is God allowing this suffering to happen?" being the possible faith-killer, and I kept anticipating that this is the direction the film would naturally progress. What purpose does the evil in this world serve, and why would God allow tragedy and suffering to happen to 'good' people? I was expecting to see much more of an emphasis on the question of 'Why?' being answered, since God is allowing the tragedies of life in order to more fully grow us into the likeness of Jesus Christ! God's good CAN come out of what Satan purposed for evil, and He doesn't want us to 'Waste our Sorrows', but to anticipate the positive ways in which He is growing us to be more Christ-like during our time of tragedy and loss.
I think Mr. Cameron perhaps missed his chance to make yet another truly great film. By not taking the next step to illustrate more fully, in his own unique film-style, the ultimate "why's"' of suffering and thereby lengthening this 65-minute film, I sadly think "Unstoppable" is only half the film it could have been.
Terry (Submitted on 13th Feb 2014)
This video provides a panoramic view of creation, sin and redemption in a way we've never seen before. Very visual, very compelling. Puts life on earth in a nutshell. All of life is a struggle between good and evil. God the Creator wants our souls and minds. The devil also wants our souls and minds. Therein is the moment by moment battle. Whom will YOU serve? Watch this video!
Unknown (Submitted on 12th Feb 2014)
For non believers it was good, but for christians it went slow and not very exciting!