Broken Faith (2012)

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A suicidal ex-navy seal struggles between his Faith and his lust for revenge when his estranged daughter is held captive by ruthless gun runners.


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20 April 2014 | angiequidim
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| A great action movie with some Christian values wrapped up in a neat package
Michael Joiner is Dan Zebrowski, a volatile ex special forces veteran that is tormented by his past and has secluded himself to everything he held close to him. That changes when an act of violence is being performed on his eldest daughter and he must summon the courage and fight the demons to save himself and his family. This is an action packed roller coaster ride of Dan's journey to save and protect what he holds dear with the power and strength of faith that returns and can not be shaken.

This movie is not your typical faith Christian movie that has religious references and spouts out things that just take everything out of context. This is not Highway to Heaven or Heaven is Real. This is a great action packed film showing one man's real struggle in the world to protect what he pushed away because he knows what he did and is not proud of it. Kind of the Man in black or the good guy that wears black. He's not 100 percent a goody two shoes. He's done some things that he's not proud of but is transformed back into the powerful agent he was because he was given a second chance.

The movie is about redemption and that is not just a religious reference. The reason why I liked this movie because it's relatable to everyone, it has a great story and you get wrapped up in it that the moral messages are not the booming overtones. This movie is the excellent package, a great movie with great acting (wonderful chemistry between Michale Joiner and Vanessa Ore. You get wrapped up. If all Christian films were like Broken Faith, we would have many people understanding Christian values without blatant religious overtones.

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$500,000 (estimated)

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