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Based on 15 Reviews
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  • 25
    Peter Hartlaub San Francisco Chronicle

    The movie appears to be a contrived, poorly produced attempt to sell more of the author's books. show more

  • 38
    Elizabeth Weitzman New York Daily News

    One of Walsch's precepts is that you should never make a living doing something you hate. If I'd known that, I might not have felt obliged to sit through every excruciating minute of this sanctimonious infomercial. show more

  • 38
    Michael Phillips Chicago Tribune

    Despite valiant efforts from Czerny and from the fine stage actress Vilma Silva, who plays one of Walsch's many saviors, the result would qualify as a blandly inspirational amateur hour if the running time weren't closer to two. show more

  • 38
    Peter Debruge Miami Herald

    The movie itself frustrates by guarding the secret of Walsch's newfound spirituality. show more

  • 25
    The Globe and Mail (Toronto)

    An achingly sincere but often staggeringly inept attempt to introduce Walsch's message to movie audiences. show more

  • NA
    Kyle Smith New York Post

    God, if you exist, why do you keep letting morons like Walsch get rich? show more

  • 40
    Austin Chronicle

    Corny and harmless, Conversations With God is a humanistic little movie with a real belief in the power of redemption and a positive enough message: “Love is the answer.” Or: “Go to your Godspace.” Whichever speaks more clearly to you. show more

  • 42
    William Arnold Seattle Post-Intelligencer

    If, like me, you haven't read this book, the movie makes little sense, and has zero inspirational kick. It's just a depressing parable about a fellow who sinks lower and lower in life until he figures out a nebulous new way to sell God to the masses. show more

  • 50
    L.A. Weekly

    Beyond a lack of enthralling characters or convincing plotting, though, what's most glaringly missing in this self-promotional marketing tool is, of all things, God, who gets only a bit role as Walsch's muse in a few scenes. show more

  • 50
    Village Voice

    It's an agreeable enough tale right up until God butts in and starts talking; even if you can swallow the premise, it isn't particularly cinematic to watch a guy endlessly scribbling on legal pads. show more

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