Will the actors and actresses portraying this beautiful scene experience heaven? It seems to me as I watch people like Georgie Henley (), etc. But perhaps scared to be filled up with the very best. They haven’t accepted the saving grace of Jesus Christ. And all we care about is how they bring us great movies.
The love, the joy, the reunion – ) That led to another thought. Do we see them as people who need Jesus just as we do? Or do we flippantly think they are just here to entertain us? As I read interviews, they give a glimpse of their hearts, and that glimpse is often enough to show me that they’re empty and searching for something to fill them up.
They drag Steve and Rachel to the programming center, but Steve escapes and rescues Rachel, killing the medical techs as well as Chug who has been left behind to guard them.
They try to get out of town again with Lindsay and U.
After escaping from the hospital, Steve and Rachel have a run-in with the town’s police chief Cox (Steve Railsback) who is also involved in the conspiracy and he tries to arrest them after learning from Dr.
Caldicott about their excursion to the mental hospital.
Everything plays out here exactly as you’d expect, but ORIGINAL INTENT is surprisingly well made and engaging for what it is.
CAST James Marsden (Superman Returns) Katie Holmes (Go) Nick Stahl (Terminator 3) Tobias Mehler (Wishmaster 3) Steve Railsback (Lifeforce) Bruce Greenwood (Star Trek) Katharine Isabelle (American Mary) William Sadler (Roswell) Ethan Embry (Eagle Eye) Derek Hamilton (Arrow) Chad Donella (Smallville) Natassia Malthe (Elektra) David Paetkau (Flashpoint) Brendan Fehr (Bones) Sarah-Jane Redmond (V) Carly Pope (Popular) Lynda Boyd (Power Rangers In Space) Daniella Evangelista (Ripper) Steve Clark (James Marsden) is a high school senior whose family moves to Cradle Bay, a picturesque coastal town in Washington state’s Puget Sound with his parents.
It has been nearly one year since Steve’s older brother, Allen (Ethan Embry), committed suicide which traumatized the family. The following day at lunch, Gavin walks in looking like a Blue Ribbon.
Steve’s parents tell him that they have relocated from Chicago to Cradle Bay as a fresh start to move on with their lives. Gavin tries to tell Steve that he believes there is something evil about the “Blue Ribbons”—a clique of students taking part in a “special program” led by the school psychologist, Dr. When Steve tries to confront Gavin, he gets punched in the stomach for his impertinence.
During Steve’s first day at his new high school, he meets and befriends three outcast students, Gavin Strick (Nick Stahl), U. Later, after being chased home, Steve finds Blue Ribbon member Lorna Longley in his living room, waiting to seduce him under the pretense of helping his younger sister study.