4 comments on “Unconditional: Rise Above the Clouds

  1. Yeah, I agree some of the transitions were a bit off, but the last act paid off. I really liked this movie a lot. It’s a great Christian film that doesn’t come across preachy or over-the-top. I think this is Michael Ealy’s best role. I really liked him here, where as I haven’t liked him in anything I had seen him in previously.

    • Hmmm, trying to think on the rest of Ealy’s filmography… the only other role jumping out in my mind is as Will Smith’s brother in Seven Pounds. Not much screen time in that so I would say I agree, this is probably his best performance as a lead.
      This is also not terribly preachy. A bit moreso than Something, Anything, but not so much that it takes you out of the story.
      Might I also suggest you check out October Baby. Of the Christian movies I’ve reviewed for LTBM, that has been my favorite. Thanks for the comment, Gary!

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