Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 8
Rated 5 out of 5 by ATLFilmCritic Original and Outstanding!!
This movie is unlike anything I have ever seen before. Unlike the usual movie where you just let your brain idle for a couple of hours, this one digs into real life problems and makes you sit back and really think about life.
It will grab you, and won't let you go till the conclusion.
Rated 5 out of 5 by janmehlman Not to be reviewed by people with no life experien
I'm completely in agreement with the others - at a time of untold cruelty (as evidenced by some movie critics attacking this film), the world needs to take a step back and decide whether God exists - everything centers on this.
This film is too brilliant to be judged by precocious 20-year olds with a website and a festival pass slung around their neck. It needs to be analyzed by people over 30.
People who have lived life, seen failure, raised families, started businesses, debated God's existence, seen death, seen tragedy fully. These people should be allowed to review the movie.
I want to hear their opinions.
Rated 5 out of 5 by ChristianMovieReviewer Profound message
Finished watching this marvelous film tonight. Suing the Devil is a movie of its own. It has a little bit of everything in the way it touches you. This of course making it a very though provoking film. There isn't a genre you can place this film in because it is a not a crime story, action or even a simple drama instead it is a humanistic thriller. What it is about, is the battle over ourselves.
Who better than to display these wild but common complexities within people than Malcolm McDowell. The range he shows here is astounding in only his hundredth movie.
I highly, very much highly, recommend this movie for everyone. Even for the kids, though you might want to turn them away for a few scenes, but that's how powerful this movie is. Trust me, this movie should not be missed and it sends a message.
Rated 5 out of 5 Best Faith-Based Movie fo 2012
I saw this film in Australia, then someone later informed me it was in the Netherlands - Praise God.
You must have a dead winter's bone in your body if the ending speech by Mr. Malcolm McDowell didn't move you. Epic, stunning, and extremely well-written.
Could I have done better? Think not.
Currently, I'm trying to come to terms with the fact that there will be no more Suing the Devil movies and therefore no chance to ever see the parts they left out on screen. Oh what a brilliant morning. Oh what a brilliant concept! Extremely thought out.
Could I have done better? Think not.
I am a Believer and I can't say enough wonderful things about this film.
Rated 5 out of 5 Enligntening movie
I really enjoyed this film - I understand why it's under attack by so many 'critics'
It's a film that honors God over the devil - that's why
Rated 5 out of 5 by Grant212 LOVE this movie!
I LOVED MALCOLM MCDOWELL (sp?)' s performance in this!! He really convinced me he was the Lucifer so discussed in Scripture. A stellar cast giving some of their best performances, visuals that deliver beyond what I imagined, a perfect mix of humor, passion & tragedy, and a feeling of grandeur, scope & impending doom.
Rated 5 out of 5 Movie with a good, hard-hitting message!
This movie will definitely make you think about the impact that spiritual beings could have on everyday human activity.
The character of Luke was pretty easy for me to relate to, as me and my family have had some hard times lately. At the end of the movie I felt as though Luke and his wife were people I wouldn't mind having as friends myself. I could definitely feel what they were going through.
The writing for this movie was inventive and it kept you guessing as to what was going to happen next. "Suing The Devil" makes you look at yourself and where you place your priorities in life. This movie has the opportunity to change lives if people will keep an open mind to it. I think it proves that a big budget isn't needed in order to produce a pretty good quality, independent film. Sure the acting at times isn't going to remind anyone of "Citizen Kane" or anything...the point of this movie is to change lives and get the message across to the viewer and it does a great job.