THE PILGRIM’S PROGRESS (Released to Theaters France 2019)


Ben Meyers’ Rating: 3.5|5.0 Starsììì

 The Pilgrim’s Progress—sterile and weak—begs for an explanation. It is a message film but without a clear message. The story needs expansion and a definition for the scenes which are undefined. Even a Wikipedia plotline read does not sufficiently supply quality of storyline to really make one want to watch it as a high priority, It has a lot of explaining to do.  It  lacks coherency and explanation for random characters that appear throughout the story. The theme seems to run on a death theme rather than a life theme. It supports  annulling of promises made for the marital state, gives permission to abandon wife and children, and encourages walking toward death rather than toward life. In 2019 there were much better animation techniques available than this film uses. 

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A man leaves his wife and sons to take a journey that he knows has no return.                                                             

Additional Thanks 

Thank you to Director Robert Fernandez for directing effort. Thank you to Producers Steve Cleary, Robert Fernandez, Chris Jung, and Larry Zielke for making the film possible. Cast includes David Thorpe, John Rhys-Davies, and Kristyn Getty. 

Buy a ticket
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No. This film does not support good moral values. 

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 Ben Meyers

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