#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – Jay Austin, a dishonest car salesman in lots of debt, comes to a turning point in his life where he becomes a born-again Christian, turns from his dishonest way of business and begins trusting in God to take care of him. Even when things get hard he trusts God, and God provides him with a way to pay off his debt honestly.
Plot: Jay Austin wants to sell you a used car, but watch out! Many victims have fallen prey to his smiling face and hasty promises. Austin does everything his way until his dishonesty and manipulation are exposed. Like many men, he becomes disgusted by the masks he wears and the lies he tells. In every man’s life, there can be a turning point. When Jay makes his turn, he never looks back.
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Wonderfully Inspiring Movie
I happened upon this terrific film tonight and just had to come here to comment on it.
Christian Films has outdone themselves in this little gem! It warmed my heart and strengthened my already strong faith in God, and the way He works in our lives.
We often think that God has too many big things to do and He doesn’t have time for our tiny lives. But that is where we err. God works in big and little things, and brings blessings to our personal worlds when we are patient and have faith in Him.
The production values were such that I knew this film would not waste time with special effects or high production values but instead would concentrate its focus upon the message and the story. For me, any consideration over its production were melted away when the simple but inspiring effects of the storyline unfolded.
I recommend this movie without reservation to anyone, believers and non-believers. I promise that God will move you. Blessings.
Are you sure the acting is all that bad, look carefully
The acting isn’t all that bad. These actors look and talk about like real people look and talk. The expressions on their faces are approximately what people really do in surprising and stressy situations. When your business looks like it will fail, what do you do? Moan and thrash around, or do you go off somewhere and just sit there and think, stare into the distance? When the TV News says there is one exception to their findings, and shows Jay Austin’s car lot, what does he do? What would you do? I’d just sit there. I wouldn’t scream in amazement, nor would I put my hands in front of my face. But in a movie you’ve got to have the guy do something; so he leaps to his feet and stands in front of the TV and continues to watch, with his mouth partly open. Completely shocked, surprised, astonished – the standing up is a little extreme but it’s obviously an extreme situation. It’s played exactly right. What we call good acting is actually just slick Hollywood styling. Real people act more like what we see here. When people say bizarre things to them they might not speak right up – they often sit and think a second before they respond. At least people in healthy societies do.
You see a related thing in The Electric Horseman. Sonny asks Hallie what her real name is, and she admits it’s Alice. What a dumpy, ordinary name. Yet, he calls her that, because it symbolizes total honesty, total lack of insincerity. From then on they share a relationship based on abandonment of insincerity. The people in Flywheel seem to me to be doing about this throughout. Just living their parts about like most of us live our lives.
All except Max. He just stands there. Will James wrote about this. Some cowboys were hired to be extras in a cowboy movie, and they wondered why a real cowboy wasn’t picked to play the cowboy hero part. It was explained that they bring in this actor because the real cowboy would have about the same expression on his face whether he were proposing to Greta Garbo, or feeding his horse. Well, Max has about that same expression on his face throughout.
It appears to me that the makers of Flywheel didn’t do Hollywood acting because they basically didn’t care what the folks in Hollywood might or might not do. Which is very tight with the message of the film.
The movie really suffers from two problems: 1) the starvation budget, which it pretty deftly overcomes, and 2) an incomplete knowledge of Christianity, altho this is realistic for the Bible Belt. The story of the man’s repentance is about as good as it is possible to get. John the Baptist never preached a more effective, more penetrating sermon. So what if they pray a little strangely, at least they are praying.
Original Language en
Runtime 2 hr (120 min) (USA), 2 hr (120 min) (Argentina)
Rated Not Rated
Director Alex Kendrick
Writer Alex Kendrick, Stephen Kendrick
Actors Rosetta Harris Armstrong, Lisa Arnold, Blake Bailey
Country United States
Awards 7 wins
Production Company N/A
Sound Mix Stereo
Aspect Ratio 1.85 : 1
Film Length N/A
Negative Format N/A
Cinematographic Process N/A
Printed Film Format N/A