Spotlight on Run the Race movie (Video)

Spotlight on Run the Race movie (Video)

In helpful tips, spotlight by Kent Evans / February 26, 2019
I love finding resources that help me enrich and educate my family. Occasionally, they come in the form of something I’m also delighted to support. This past weekend, I again enjoyed this one-two punch of a great film from a team of people I am thrilled to support.
 

The film is called Run the Race, and I would encourage you to see it. Men, women, teen kids…
 
It’s a story of two brothers who bond together when life hits them hard. I won’t ruin the movie for you, so I’ll just say that within it, there are themes connected to loss, anger, love, redemption and faith.
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I’m no film critic, but, I’ve seen my share of movies, especially those in the “faith-based” space. And, if I’m honest, a lot of those movies I wrestle through because the point is so good. I’ll choke down the weak filmmaking just to get the nutritional value of the content. It’s the same reason I eat peas.
 
However, Run the Race wasn’t one of those films. I was dialed in the whole time, really connected with the actors, loved the soundtrack and enjoyed the experience.
 
Along the way, I snagged an armload of good talking points and concepts that the makers built into the movie. It was more like eating a Chick-Fil-A salad. Nutritious and delicious.
 
If you have older kids, or just want a great film to catch on a date night, go see Run the Race this week.
 

Want to learn more, watch this video for a quick review. 

 
 

Watch this trailer for a sneak peek: 

 
 
Full disclosure: I know one of the producers, he’s a good friend of mine. And, I love the team at Christian Healthcare Ministries, one of the supporting partners in the film’s release. So, I may be just a bit biased. However, neither my friend nor the folks at CHM asked me to write this post or compensated me in any way. Of course, they’re free to send me a gift card for this nice review, but that would be totally unrelated.
 
Find tickets at a theater near you by visiting here.

 


 

About the author >  

kent-headshot-roundKent Evans is the Co-founder and Executive Director of  Manhood Journey. Kent's the author of Wise Guys: Unlocking Hidden Wisdom from the Men Around You. He and his wife April have five sons and live in Louisville, Kentucky. Follow him @akentevens.

 

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