Loving the Bad Man : Stephen Baldwin

Stephen Baldwin

One thing I didn't understand about this movie is why they have Stephen Baldwin on the cover. He has about 5 minutes of screen time. I thought he was going to be the so called "bad man", but then it turns out he was just some weird prison guy who likes to call everyone brother. Even on here they have his name at the top of the starring list and the two stars your hardly able to find. I mean I know he's a baldwin, but some one guys give the credit to the people who actually made the movie worth watching.

Re: Stephen Baldwin

He is the only "known" actor in this piece of drivel, probably taking part just to draw viewers who know him from Trump's trashfest. That being the case, he's the big name on a film about a woman horribly raped and impregnated by a "bad man" that the production company promotes as someone with whom she can form an "unlikely bond"??? Yikes, Baldwin is THE bad man for helping this film get more PR.

Woooo-eee, there's nothing more uplifting that rape as a topic for a Christian film??? I simply cannot imagine the answer to "WWJD?" being, "Make a movie about how uplifting rape is."

How about some REAL Christian movies, where Christians help people in need?


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Re: Stephen Baldwin

Christians experience bad things, they even get raped. I'd say that Mr. Conner needed God's redeeming love.

Re: Stephen Baldwin

Amen, well said!!

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Re: Stephen Baldwin

Wow!! You completely missed the point of this movie. The movie wasn't at all about rape; it was about forgiveness and redemption, two things which we are all in desperate need of.

Eph 1:7 In him we have redemption through his blood, the forgiveness of sins, in accordance with the riches of God's grace


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Re: Stephen Baldwin

I thought the same thing, rmconrad when I saw him on the cover. When I realized that his part was in no way central to the main storyline, I felt the picture was quite misleading.

In my opinion, he adds nothing to the overall story. He played a ridiculous stereotype of a gang leader with, as you said, five minutes of screen time. if he weren't a Baldwin, his part would hardly cause anyone to take notice.

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