From the director of The Grace Card and the studio that brought you Fireproof and War Room comes Indivisible, the story of one marriage ... one family ... under God.

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I'd been asked to review movies in the past, but was never interested since seeing movies in theaters mean I have a 100% chance of falling asleep as well as a 98.2% chance that when I wake up (possibly by being nudged due to my snoring), I will have an awful crick in my neck due to whatever un-flattering sleep position I assumed in the theater seat.

However, when I was contacted to review a movie that I could screen at home, I was all over it.

Not only would this mean I would (most likely) stay awake for the entire thing, but I could wear comfy clothes and assume comfy positions and snack on all the free popcorn I wanted!

Despite these perks, I settled in to watch this movie with pretty low expectations. I'd seen Christian movies in the past that were just really difficult to sit through -- low budgets and mediocre acting made it hard for me to take the films very seriously.

But I knew this movie was a product of the same studio that created Fireproof and while I haven't seen that movie myself yet, I've heard so many people rave about it and its Hollywood-like quality, I felt Indivisible was worth checking out.

Movie Synopsis: Indivisible is based on the true story of Army Chaplain Darren Turner and his wife Heather. With a strong, faith-filled marriage, the Turners are ready to follow their calling: serving God, family, and country.

Fresh from seminary and basic training, Chaplain Turner and his family arrive at Fort Stewart. Yet before the Turners can even unpack their new house, Darren is deployed to Iraq. Heather is left taking care of their three young children alone ... as well as serving the families of the other deployed soldiers.

Despite a desire to stay connected with their loved ones, the harsh realities of war take a daily toll over the course of the Battalion's extended deployment. Meanwhile back home, babies are born, kids keep growing, and nerves are frayed with every late-night knock on the door.

With deeply etched battle scars, the soldiers' long-awaited homecoming is much different than any of their families anticipated. Carrying burdens the other can't comprehend, the Turners must decide if they're willing to face one more battle: the fight to save their marriage.

The movie concluded and I did not like it. However, I also do not like movies like The Notebook, Titanic, or Steel Magnolias, so please understand that this type of movie is just not my cup of tea.

If you do like movies like that, or are a fan of anything being shown on The Hallmark Channel, then be sure to get yourself to the theater to see this flick, because you will probably love it!

This movie felt like a big-budget film and the acting was top-notch. I truly started to feel for all the characters involved, even though I didn't want to (show me something silly or action-packed; I don't want to feel anything -- especially cry -- during a movie!!)

Ultimately, I'm happy I saw this movie because I now know there are high-quality, Christian movies being produced out there today. I will no longer be as gun-shy over watching one, although since I suspect most require a box of tissues along with the popcorn, I might still ending up skipping them.

I definitely appreciate this movie and have already heartily recommended it to several friends and family members who enjoy films of this genre!

You can find Indivisible in theaters nationwide beginning October 26. The movie stars Sarah Drew, Justin Bruening, Jason George, Tia Mowry, and Madeline Carroll.

Check out more information at the movie's homepage here.

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