Friday, August 4, 2017

"All Saints" Movie Giveaway

I love movies that are inspiring -- even more so when the movie is based on a true story. "All Saints" is just that -- an inspiring movie based on a true story! Releasing nationwide on Friday, August 25, 2017, "All Saints" looks to be a feel good movie (recommended age is 10 and up).


John Corbett is known for starring in some great movies including: "My Big Fat Greek Wedding" and "Ramona and Beezus" (where he plays one of the best dads ever).

In "All Saints" John Corbett plays salesman-turned-pastor, Michael Spurlock, who is told his first assignment as pastor is to shut down his small church.

Michael, his congregation, and a group of Karen refugees from Burma sponsored by his church are faced with a decision -- will they risk it all and rise to the challenge to provide hope for their community?

"All Saints" is sure to be a movie with a great message. I'm looking forward to seeing it and supporting a quality, Christian movie. I hope it will challenge Christians to step out in faith and make a difference in the lives of others and in the lives of their communities.

Check out:


"All Saints" Official Film Site has some amazing resources including: Refugee Information, Discussion Guides and clips from the movie.

"All Saints" Facebook Page has photos, interviews (including one with the real Michael Spurlock) and behind-the-scenes clips!

Buy it: Visit "All Saints" Official Film Site to buy tickets for the movie and get more information.

Win it: One Sowing Dandelion Seeds reader (US only) will win movie tickets for two to see the movie "All Saints" in theaters! (2 Fandango discount code tickets).


Disclosure: As a featured contributor of Sony's ALL SAINTS Influencer Program, I received the value of two movie tickets in exchange for an honest review on my blog. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe would be good for my readers.

~❀~ Chelsey ~❀~

80 comments:

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    1. Yes! "Unbroken" was amazing! I hope you watched the bonus features with "Louie" Zamperini afterwards.

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  2. The world NEEDS more faith based films!

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    1. I haven't seen this yet, but I've heard it was great!

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  4. The Butler inspires me to try harder to accept others.

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  5. Rudy is a movie that has inspired me so much!

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    1. I I have been meaning to watch this for ages! "Woodlawn" is a great football true story too!

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  6. I really loved Erin Brockovich and enjoyed her perseverance when it came to helping her community.

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    1. I agree -- she showed amazing perseverance in that situation!

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  7. Miracles From Heaven and Captive both resonated with me. I love watching positive and inspirational movies.

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    1. I haven't seen either movie yet, but "All Saints" is from the makers of "Miracles from Heaven"!

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  8. "During World War II, when the Japanese occupied the region, long-term tensions between the Karen and Burma turned into open fighting. As a consequence, many villages were destroyed and massacres committed by both the Japanese and the Burma Independence Army (BIA) troops who helped the Japanese invade the country."

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  9. I'm not a big sports fan, but I loved the movie Hoosiers, which was loosely based on a true story. It was very inspiring!

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    1. I'm not a sports fan either, but I'll have to check it out sometime!

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  10. I really liked the movie Captive.

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  11. I loved Remember the Titans.

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    1. It's been ages since I saw that one -- I'll have to rewatch it!

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  12. My favorite is The Sound of Music (1965) – the story of the Von Trapp family, with Julie Andrews as the young woman who leaves an Austrian convent to become a governess to a widowed naval officer's seven children
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    1. Have you read any of the books about their story? I read one years ago and it was very interesting! Now we'll all be singing "Doe a deer..." :)

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  13. Karen groups reside primarily in Karen State, southern and southeastern Myanmar. The Karen make up approximately 7 percent of the total Burmese population with approximately 5 million people.[6] A large number of Karen have migrated to Thailand, having settled mostly on the Thailand–Myanmar border.

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  14. Wild was one of the most inspirational movie I've seen. I loved it.

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  15. I really liked the blind side.

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    1. That was a great movie! I'll have to rewatch it!

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  16. One of my favorites is Other Side of Heaven. Thanks!

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    1. I looked it up and realize I know that actor from "Covert Affairs"!

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  17. Karen People: about 5 million...is that correct? Wow!

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  18. Almost Famous was the true story of music critic Cameron Crowe...and I loved it!

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    1. I don't know if it's my kind of movie, but it sounds interesting.

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  19. I loved both the book and the movie Unbroken. I felt like it really inspired me and made me realize that God never gives up on His children!

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    1. I'll have to check the book out sometime!

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  20. I like the movie Titanic and have been intrigued by the ship since I was a child.

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    1. I still want to see the tv mini series from 2012 called "Titanic".

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  21. I watch Erin Brockovich every time it's on. I admire her passion and conviction to help those that were wronged in that movie.

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    1. My husband loved it too when he saw it back in the day!

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  23. I loved The Blind Side - my whole family did. Rudy is a great story as well.

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  24. I love "The Blind Side." It was amazing! I just thought about it today and how he had never his own bed before. Sad. kristiedonelson(at)gmail(dot)com Thank you.

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  25. I now know that Burma has had genocide and a civil war. Ye Win was the man at the core of the refugee camp. Very inspiring! kristiedonelson(at)gmail(dot)com Thank you.

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  26. Rudy was probably the most touching movie based on a true story! I need to watch it again!

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    1. Rudy has so many "votes"! I can't believe I never saw it in the past!

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  27. My favorite is Erin Brokovich. It inspires me to make a difference and speak up for others.

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    1. Making a difference by speaking up for others is a great moral!

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    1. These movies are interesting in how they weave fiction and non-fiction together!

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  29. Honestly I know this might be controversial but religilous inspired me.

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    1. Controversial movies can sometimes (ironically) solidify what we believe. I hope it helped you grow in Biblical faith!

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  30. Captain Philips to me was a good movie. Although not faith based based but a very good movie. Thank you for the chance!

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    1. Even true stories that aren't faith based can be really interesting.

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    1. I loved the book, but I have never seen the movie.

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    1. "The Blind Side" and "Rudy" are ranking really high!

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    1. I think I'll have to re-watch this and watch Rudy for the first time! True story movie night!

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    1. I never realized that was inspired by a true story!

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  35. The Diary of Anne Frank was an inspiring movie - and book - for me.

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  36. I learned that the Karen people are very diverse, with different ethnic and language sub-groups .

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    allibrary (at) aol (dot) com

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  37. No doubt about it - Schindler's List.

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    1. That movie was amazing. Irena Sendler (who was called the female Schindler) has a movie about her life called: "The Courageous Heart of Irena Sendler".

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  38. War room was a great movie!! Me and my husband seen it in theatres.

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  39. I still love Erin Brokovich - totally inspirational!!

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    1. Yes, doesn't it make you want to change the world?

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