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Full Count Review: Strong Faith Message and Confusing Filmmaking
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An unfortunate chain of events forces Milton Young to give up his dream of playing professional baseball and return home to the town he fought hard to escape. Once home, Milton faces insurmountable economic and personal hardships. Only to be faced with an even greater challenge. Defending himself against a Tragic crime that could send him to prison for life. What emerges is a heart-warming story about perseverance, faith, triumph, and the struggle to never let go of a dream.

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Full Count (Am Muu) is a small faith-based drama from 2019 now available on home video and streaming services like Amazon Prime. It tells the story of a high school senior, Milton Young, who has a bright future in baseball. When Milton gets a baseball scholarship to Mountainview University and earns the starting pitcher position. Everything seems to be falling into place. However, after a series of unfortunate events. Milton is caught up in family business drama, tragedy and a possible prison sentence for a deadly traffic accident he may not have committed. All hope appears lost until a random drifter starts working on the family farm, and miracles begin to happen.

Full Count (phim hanh dong my) is too jumpy to grab the viewer’s attention and involvement. In fact, it jumps so much that it’s actually hard to follow. Also, the acting is below average. However, the movie does have a strong Christian, biblical worldview with prayer, family loyalty. So many Scripture references, and faith that God will see His children through all situations. However, some disturbing deaths and violence warrant caution for older children.

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Very strong Christian, biblical worldview as prayer and church services are depicted. Scripture is quoted throughout the movie. And the main character is seen reading his Bible, character talks about his “inner voice” (which is assumed to be the Holy Spirit leading him). A conversation about God blessing you with talents, miracles happen. What’s thought to be an angel blows on and touches the arms of the main character to give him knowledge. A strong mother and son relationship is depicted. And character forgives his father for his shortcomings and patches up the relationship.

Young man is seen having an overdose. One character is seen having a stroke or a heart attack and dying. Man is seen beating up main character and stealing his truck with him in it and. While driving hits and kills a woman. After the man hits the woman. He continues to beat the boy and frame him for the accident. Woman points gun at a man on her property out of protection. And two teammates get into two pushing and shoving altercations. This review comes from Madaboutmoviez.com.
  


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