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Flywheel

drama


Jay Austin wants to sell you a used car, but watch out! Many victims have fallen prey to his smiling face and hasty promises.

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5 stars

Whilst this touching film has not the slick production value of later Kendrick brothers films, I must say it remains my favorite. The underlying story is dead on, and for those who don't believe in such things, my heart cries out for you.

- mondolfovelquestren, Monday, July 18, 2011

4 stars

The picture quality is a little low with a frame rate much like what you see in documentaries, but it's a very touching Christian-based story on how the sin of greed can be destructive to families and how the work of God can reform and heal away.

- fb1603361359, Monday, May 13, 2013

2 stars

STOP RATING THIS MOVIE SO HIGHLY! All right. It had a good heart behind it, it really did. And the story itself isn't too bad. But the script is badly written, the acting is terrible, and the production quality is just all-around low. I'm glad that some of this got fixed in Facing the Giants, and I can only hope that their next movie will be even better so that I can stop having sloppy movies representing my beliefs.

- scrambledegg7, Monday, August 18, 2008