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No Lost Cause (2011)

No Lost Cause (2011)

Brian Douglas BarkerKatherine BennettCatherine BorlandKaren Cole-Martion
Ashley Raymer-Brown,Rachael Yeager


No Lost Cause (2011) is a English movie. Ashley Raymer-Brown,Rachael Yeager has directed this movie. Brian Douglas Barker,Katherine Bennett,Catherine Borland,Karen Cole-Martion are the starring of this movie. It was released in 2011. No Lost Cause (2011) is considered one of the best Drama,Family,Romance movie in India and around the world.

A young, Agnostic woman is bound to a wheelchair after a car crash leaves her paralyzed. Now, Beth Ann Collins is forced to live with her estranged Christian father, Billy, living with the fear that she will never be able to walk again. Irate and confused, she takes her anger out on her father, her new idealistic acquaintance Nick, and God. While Beth Ann is determined to remain locked in her bedroom, Billy and Nick help her realize that God's love for her is unending. She comes to accept Christ into her life and with that, love is redefined for her.


No Lost Cause (2011) Reviews

  • More things in heaven and earth


    Caitlyn Waltemire stars in No Lost Cause as a young woman left understandably bitter by an automobile crash that has left her a paraplegic. With no other way of sustaining her now restricted existence she goes to live with her Christian dad who has never given up she'd return to the fold. When we meet Waltemire she's already in the wheelchair, but I get the impression she was a big party animal and a vital person. As this is a Christian film you know certain parameters must be observed. For myself I prefer the wisdom of the Bard who had Hamlet say that there are more things in heaven and earth than are dreamed of in your philosophy. It's my rule for what happens to the young woman. It's a most sincere effort and this cast and crew of unknowns have nothing to be ashamed of her.

  • It's not about the film


    Movies are more than just the story or about the feeling that you get from the story not counting wonderful music or lots of money used for backdrops. Besides the ending that the previous reviewer to not agree with, I see if it's something that much more important that the movie is saying to all of us. This truth is probably been seen in other Hollywood movies, and I can't think of one right now, but the movie is about forgiveness. When it comes to forgiveness the majority of the forgiving is on the shoulders of the one who has been hurt in one way or another. Someone can come up to you and run into your car and damage it and hop out and say please forgive me. You could forgive them but you still got to fix your car. And of course in the mental and emotional realm. The price paid to forgive someone is even higher. Since it's a Christian movie, It's new news that Christ was all about forgiveness, his death offered us new life, but even then many people don't get that part of forgiveness in the gospel story. Forgiveness is hard much harder than asking for forgiveness as hard as that can be. So in the end I just see it is what price is paid, what has to be overcome, to forgive a personperiod in in this film I think there's a lot that points to the cost of forgiveness.

  • Good themes, but that's about it


    Between the acting and the ending, I'm giving what I feel is a generous review since the themes are so well done. The acting was horrible, to the point that it's almost difficult to watch and of course the end is not realistic at all. It's no surprise that Beth Ann is bitter after what she's been through and she shouldn't be taking it out on everyone, but once she's saved and makes peace with everyone, God miraculously heals her and she can walk again like nothing even happened. She was told she would probably never walk again, so this is completely unrealistic. The moral of this story is supposed to be forgiveness, so I get it,but the ending ruined the movie for me. It's basically saying that you're only stuck in life because of your own choices or because God is trying to teach you something, and once you learn whatever the lesson is, you'll be fully healed or get whatever you're asking for. Most of the time, this isn't the case and I think it goes beyond symbolism. I think a more realistic ending would've saved it though.


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