The Falls: Covenant of Grace

The Falls: Covenant of Grace
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Cinnamon

I enjoyed all three movies, too!

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Ronald

I enjoyed all 3 movies.

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Damien

Nice movie!!

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Mike

If you enjoy the company of completely awkward and needy people banter on about nothing, including stinky breath in crystal clarity you will enjoy this movie. It just put me to sleep and the characters lacked integrity and that annoys me.

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Rich

It was very slow and easily could have been combined into two movies. I did like all the characters and found it very believable. It's worth watching.

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Ma

Laconic: a nice way of saying slow. Writing is thin with way to many Hi, Bi, Sorry type words. In the end Still worth the watch especially for a gay LDS. You will need towatch all 3 movies sequentially. Cheers.

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Sahan

A well-acted movie, but it is predictable. It lacks tension. It lacks spontaneity. And why is it "restricted"?

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