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I'm Not Ashamed

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Based on the inspiring and powerful true story and journal entries of Rachel Joy Scott- the first student killed in the Columbine high school shooting in 1999.

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Audrey Nelson ( 2017-04-03 )

Excellent....but for a select audience.

If you are a Christian and like movies about Christianity, then "I'm Not Ashamed" is probably worth your time. If you don't fall into this category, however, then you probably won't appreciate or like the movie...it's that simple. This movie is a dramatization of the life of one of the victims of the infamous Columbine Massacre back in 1999. Rachel Joy Scott was a Christian girl who died that day and the film shows her progression from a casual Christian to an 'out and proud Christian'...and how that ultimately led to be being singled out for murder (something the media at the time de-emphasized) as well as the impact this young girl had on others' lives. It's all very sweet...as well as very disturbing and sad...at the same time. I think the biggest reason I appreciated the film is that while it showed a recreation of the events on the day of the Columbine High School shooting, it did NOT show very much--just the killing of Scott and shooting of a boy she was with at the time (whether or not he died as well, I do not know). The sum total of all this is oddly inspirational and there were no dry eyes in the audience at the end (hint--take along some Kleenex). I also appreciate how this film and quite a few others have recently targeted the Christian audience--giving them some family-friendly films that are well made and worth seeing. But, considering the subject matter, it is NOT a film for young kids.

Clinton Lewis ( 2017-02-19 )

I Loved This Movie

"I'm Not Ashamed" is a very inspirational movie that deals with a variety of today's social problems including bullying, helping the homeless, encouraging abused kids, the pain and anger of dealing with divorce, abandonment, not fitting in with the "in crowd", and how making good choices can affect your life......and how one person can make a difference. There were some good examples of a variety of problems that everyone needs to become aware of. Many people live in their comfort zones and are not aware of the social problems all around them. This had to be a great team effort by everyone involved in making it....the chemistry shows on the big screen. I know that what happens in this movie can happen anywhere to anyone and I'm so glad that this movie is being shown in order to continue Rachel's outreach to encourage and help others. I highly recommend this movie and encourage everyone to see it.

Audrey Nelson ( 2017-04-10 )

Fantastic film

I'm Not Ashamed is a refreshing brake from the overly sappy Christian films and depressing, pessimistic art house films I have been seeing lately. The acting was fantastic! Kudos to Masey McLain, Ben Davies, Cameron McKendry, David Errigo Jr., Mark Daugherty and all the rest of the cast. The shooters aren't portrayed as soulless killers out to get just Rachel, but as hurting, confused young men who see violence, instead of the love and compassion of Jesus, as the answer to life's injustices. Errigo's performance in that role shines. The lighting was lacking at times, but overall the cinematography and camera work was well done. My biggest beef would be the conversion segment: it seemed rushed and her relatives were more tropes instead of living characters. Of course I was also disappointed that "Shreveport, Louisiana" looked like Colorado, but that's the fault of the folks in Baton Rouge cutting the film tax credit incentives. Overall, I highly recommend you check this film out this weekend. And for the critics who complain about the film only focusing on Rachel, it does pay homage to the other victims at the end of the film, and no one is complaining about The Diary of Anne Frank being made into a movie when there were so many more victims of the Holocaust.

Flora Greer ( 2017-04-07 )

This Movie is a must see!

Movie was impacting and made me realize how short life is and while we are here we can make an impact like Rachel did.Its crazy because her walk with God inspired me she went through a lot of what the teens today are struggling with getting rejected also ridiculed for her faith that is what really open my eyes and changed the way I viewed everything because tomorrow is not promised for nobody. I'm really happy to have seen this movie and hopefully you will give this movie a chance you won't regret it. Also this movie is amazing and everybody honestly should give this movie 8 star in the review tab because it's really worth watching you can learn a lot from this movie and the experiences Rachel has been through and put it to practice cause life is too short and that is what this movie made me realize that while I'm here I can make and impact and not be ashamed of who I am this movie is a must see

Susan Phillips ( 2017-03-22 )

Homage to one of the Columbine victims

"I'm Not Ashamed" (2016 release; 112 min.) brings the story of 17 yr. old student Rachel Scott, who was the very first victim at the Columbine High School tragedy in 1999. As the movie opens, we get TV footage from those horrifying moments right after the shootings. We then go back in time, when Rachel was 8 years old, and her parents are splitting up, leaving her mom in a financial struggle to raise 5 kids. We then go to "April 1998 - Sophomore Year", with Rachel doing well in school. Rachel is particularly interested in the drama class. At this point we're not even 15 min. into the movie but to tell you more would spoil your viewing experience. ..

Matt Bridges ( 2017-01-21 )

Well, somebody should be ashamed.

A semi-biographical (i.e. mostly made up) film about a girl who finds Jesus, has completely average problems, and sadly dies in a school shooting -- because that's the most important and interesting thing about Columbine. Those other kids, especially that boy who was killed for being black: who cares, really? Rachel seems to have been a nice enough girl (although she conned her mother into thinking she was "witnessing" at all those drunken parties she attended), but she has been compared, in all seriousness, with Anne Frank. There are just so many parallels between a girl who had to study for physics tests, whose parents were divorced, and suffered absolutely no persecution for her religion or anything else until she died in a random shooting, with a Jewish girl during WW II who died of a horrible disease at the hands of people who hated her very being, after years of fear and suffering. They both wrote journals, dammit! But did Anne share her journal with a hunky homeless man? I think not.

Sherry Peterson ( 2017-02-08 )

inspiring, encouraging and thought provoking

I took my 16 year old and her friend to see this. I was hoping it would encourage them to be strong in their faith and to want to make a difference. It's the perfect movie for a high school or middle school student because they can relate to it so beautifully! We cried, we laughed, and we left thinking wow! what a remarkable and real young woman Rachel was! The drawing of the teardrops at the end still give us goosebumps- Last night my daughter was writing in a journal (something she hasn't done in 3 years) and i immediately thought how she must have been inspired from seeing Rachel write in her journal, and she was asking about inviting friends to church (again inspired by Rachel). I was thrilled! This movie really touched and inspired my daughter in her faith!

Elena Wood ( 2017-01-21 )

Maybe the Best Christian Film

I'm Not Ashamed is based on the life and premature death of Rachel Joy Scott, a student who went to Columbine High School on the fateful day Dylan Klebold and Eric Harris committed, what was at the time the worst school shooting in U.S. history. The film is brought to you by Pure Flix Entertainment, an independent Christian film and television studio which should give you an indication of who this movie is for and what it's trying to accomplish. Given my particular track-record with this production company, I came in fully expecting to hate this film - especially given its uncomfortable subject matter. Yet by the time the film reached its inevitable, heartbreaking conclusion, I must admit, this little Christian title had me a bit misty-eyed. ..

Claire Walker ( 2017-01-17 )

Great movie for many reasons

This movie touches so many areas in a teen's life. It's amazing just how many. My family and I have been dealing with a major problem this week and seeing this movie helped immensely. We are Christians, but Christians are not insulated or immune to problems and challenges. This movie brought us closer to God in a number of ways, and afterward my children were crying and saying they knew they needed to be better people. Of course Rachel's story was difficult at times to see. I highly recommend this movie - but especially for those in their teens. Teenagers deal with so many stressful, scary situations, and they need us. They need our support, our time, and our love. I thought having babies and toddlers was hard. This is a different hard. Many things we deal with now as parents is way overwhelming and difficult. We need more uplifting, Christian movies like this - we need hope and positivity.

Darryl Roy ( 2017-03-24 )

Patron Review of "I'm Not Ashamed.:

Seldom does a movie impact me deeply and make me cry. I hate doing that as a man, and I realize its a faceless stereo-type. The acting was excellent. The message this movie left with me absolutely galvanized my need to give it "two thumbs up" with all of you that may be considering watching it. After the movie was over, I cried quietly all the way home. Yes, it was that "impactual" if that is even a correct word...lol. As a favor to me, please take the time to go and see this movie. It has a very good message to ANYONE that goes to see this. It graphically displays the plight of these kids. It captures the actual events and emotions brilliantly. Thank you for reading this review.

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