I’ve just started reading The American Catholic blog, and saw this review. I liked this part of the review, and must remind myself to try to get to this movie (or borrow it from the library when it becomes available on DVD.
And of course we all know that Christianity really is the coolest thing amongst all the kids, that no one has ever been made fun of or ostracized for standing on a moral principle, that any typical teenage boy could throw away a hot girlfriend, his basketball teammates, parties on the weekends and the approval of his parents just to make a big deal out of helping a strange kid who no one likes and who he hardly knows and everyone would just stand up and applaud, because Christianity is just that hip.
Read the rest of the review here: To Save a Life: The Film Commissars Attack
Update: Here’s the trailer.