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I understand his vision in producing this film is to hit a genre of youth who wouldn’t be caught dead watching a “Christian” film.And “Christian” “Carman: The Champion” ain’t (though this film is part of a massive new campaign for Carman that includes a new tour, albumn, and image).Just as hitting someone over the head with a Bible doesn’t bring them to Christ, neither will hitting Hollywood over the head with another end-times thriller.I applaud and support Carman and TBN/8X for their first, imperfect as it may be, baby step. I thought it was a realistic view of tough life with realistic situations and characters.The bottom line is that I was disappointed in this movie. Most Sundays at church are filled with talk of the most recent secular movie hits which are much more offensive than this, and never are they reviewed as negatively as I have seen Carman’s reviewed.As a friend said after the movie, “They missed both audiences.” If they were aiming for the Christian audience they were offended by unnecessary scenes. …most of the people who reviewed this movie were looking for another Jesus film. We can subtly move entertainment back to Godly values, but another Jesus film would only be another Christian film.If it was a secular audience, there was nothing there to hold them. If Carman’s movie had been so unrealistic as to portray the “perfect” Christian life, which most of the viewers/reviewers haven’t achieved, it wouldn’t bring Hollywood any closer to clean movies.
[See our answer to “Should Christians be involved with lotteries or other forms of gambling?Anyone who walks in the Lord must agree that our God is a God of many surprises. you’ll find provocative scenes, and a preacher/boxer (Carman) who is attracted to his wife more from lust than anything else.The boxing is bloody, but if you’re OK with boxing you’ll survive it… I do not believe Jesus would have watched the film with pleasure. Carman “the Preacher” was more attracted to his would-be wife by her constantly-flaunted body than by her faith or mind.), Orlando is cornered into a heavily promoted fight after a highly publicized night where Orlando, moonlighting as a hotel security guard, punches-out a drunken Keshon at a rowdy hotel party.Early on the film we meet a striking latina named Allia (Spanish singer turned actress Patricia Manterola, who isn’t shy about showing off her figure).