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March 24, 2012
Just saw Seven Days and we loved it. We have seen Lucas Black in a couple other movies and really enjoyed his acting. This time he proved what a good actor he is. I told my husband he'd look good in a \"cowboy\" hat, but he's not bad in his golfing hat as it turns out. I'm telling my kids and their families to watch this, because I know they will also enjoy it.
January 08, 2012
Quietly confident little movie that spoke the truth loud and clear. Enjoyed it.
September 28, 2011
In a climate of violence and non existent vakues, this movie is an unexpected jewl. I'm sure the anal retentive Oscar nomination people will pass it over for not being more secular in scope, but for those of you that actually go to see this film hoping for a valuable and entertaining life lesson, you won't be disappointed. The cute and uber sexy little redhead from the 'Trueblood' series did a
September 27, 2011
Beautiful story all kids and adults must see.They are not making movies with such valuable lessons anymore.Great story with good lessons to learn about life and faith.Parents take your kids of all age. I enjoyed every minute of it .I kept thinking \"wish my grandchildren were with me\".
September 25, 2011
Who would not like it. It offers hope and teaches some truthful lessons in how to approach any thing you do in life. Great Movie in my view. Deep, spiritual, and filled with good lessons and truths.
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With all due respect to Cook's novel, another book - the Bible - teaches us that on the seventh day, God gave it a rest. Seven Days in Utopia should have followed His lead. Full Review
San Francisco Chronicle
Until its final seconds, Seven Days in Utopia is just a piece of gee-whiz, G-rated, nicely shot evangelism outfitted as a golf movie. Then it cuts away at the pivotal moment that's normally the life's blood of inspirational sports dramas - and becomes something vastly more obnoxious. Full Review
God bless Robert Duvall. An American cinematic institution, our greatest living actor makes the fortune-cookie bromides of Matthew Dean Russell's Seven Days in Utopia sound like Yates. Full Review
New York Daily News
There's a climactic putt, of course, but by then you wish Duvall would get one more "Tender Mercies" under his belt so you can forget about this tin cup of a family flick. Full Review
I would rather eat a golf ball than see this movie again. Full Review