Two things I liked a lot about this film: (1) the church members weren't portrayed as cornball idiots—usually the case with Hollywood movies; (2) the film asked the question—if one can believe in miracles performed thousands of years ago, why not a miracle today?
The premise is ok—artificial intelligence taking over the world, to save the world. Unfortunately, the rest of the movie is a bit of a mess.
A smart horror story, but sometimes smart gets in the way of scary.
Kevin Costner in a movie about sports is always a pretty good idea—and that's what Draft Day is—pretty good.
Ingenious fight scenes, otherwise an unfortunate last film for Paul Walker.
Well-shot and terrific acting—but for some reason I just could not get involved in this film.