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Bruce Davison as Tom Oakley
James Remar as Windwalker as a young man
Raoul Trujillo as Peter Drak
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Reviewed by Java_Joe 1 / 10 / 10

Talk about missing the mark...

You know what's worse than a bad movie? A bad movie with good actors who are trying desperately to tell a story. I saw the movie and it's possibly the worst movie I've seen in my life which is sad because I like James Remar and Bruce Davison. I think they're good actors. Not the best out there but they're decent. What I got was one of the most unrealistic, disjointed movies I've ever had the misfortune of seeing. Nothing here makes any sense. A Senator, played by Davison, wants to introduce a bill that will limit the Freedom of Speech of Christians. Not anybody else, just Christians and they will be unable to say that they know "the truth". Forget for a moment that such a thing could never happen due to the First Amendment. This is a fantasy movie after all. But we have James Remar as an evangelist who opposes this and Bruce Davison then frames him with the rape and murder of a teenage girl in order to silence him. What proceeds is really... incomprehensible. I tried to understand the motivations beyond just, "Christian good, non-Christian bad" but that's all I was able to get from it. If you're a die hard right wing Christian fundamentalist then this is right up your alley. It's a good VS evil story that plays right into your paranoia. This movie was literally made for you. If you're anybody else, I'd give this a pass.

Reviewed by johann_hollar 10 / 10 / 10

Persecution, Really?

A movie where the big bad government tries to promote religious tolerance and the loving Christians are forced to put up with it. Can you say delusional? The so-called Christians who make films like this insist on being attacked by the big bad government even though they got their so- called savior Trump in the White House. They insist on refusing change and yet wonder why more liberal Christians or others dislike them. Why they can't make films where the Christians are more like Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Martin Niemoller or Martin Luther King Jr is a mystery to me.

Reviewed by aslaniscoming 10 / 10 / 10

Riveting and Relevant!

The story told in "Persecuted" reveals an incurrent that is growing in our culture. It accurately portrays the clash of worldviews that dominated our world. Those who stand up and speak truth as they perceive it will be challenged and opposed. Such has been the case historically and continues to be presently. I would highly recommend that anyone with a current understanding of the political and religious climate watch this movie to further understand where our culture is headed. Don't tune this movie out simply because of the religious undertones because this message is relevant to everyone regardless of your religious beliefs. This is a must see movie that will open your eyes to what is possible if we don't guard our rights as American citizens.

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