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Movie Review – Unsung Hero

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I’ve been scratching my head all day to figure out how to review this movie.

After talking it over with the group that went with me, I’ve settled on a B minus. The acting was wonderful and it had a great message. Those are two very important things that I watch for, this movie delivered them both.

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What I didn’t like was it felt like they spent too much time on cinematography than they did on substance. With this being based on a true story, I know there was more to tell, but instead they made sure to show a lot of scenery of Australia and America. Basically, I was left wanting to know more.

I suppose you could go home and do some research on them all and learn more after you watch it. I feel this movie could be skipped due to high ticket prices but I’d recommend watching it once it comes out on a streaming service.

Grade: B-

About The Pee times: I found 2 great Peetimes for your needs. It is a slow moving movie, so I feel confident that even if you go over the time, you’ll be able to catch up easily.

There are extra scenes during, or after, the end credits of Unsung Hero.

Rated: (PG) Thematic Elements
Genres: Drama, Family
Starring: Daisy Betts, Joel Smallbone, Kirrilee Berger
Director: Richard L. Ramsey, Joel Smallbone
Writer(s): Richard L. Ramsey, Joel Smallbone
Language: English
Country: United States

The movie also follows the family’s mother, Helen Smallbone, as she uses her faith to hold the family of nine together by turning struggles into an adventure for her children.

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One response to “Movie Review – Unsung Hero”

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    I loved it, especially sonce it was a true story. It was interesting to read in the credits how many family members were involved. I think the real Rebecca was the flight attendant

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