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Still shot from the movie: To Save a Life.

To Save a Life

Jake Taylor (Randy Wayne) and Roger Dawson (Robert Bailey Jr.) used to be friends. But now Jake is the coolest basketball star in the school, and Roger is nothing. When the unpopular student tragically dies, Jake is racked by guilty questions about what he might have done To Save a Life. Looking for those answers proves to be a life altering experience. Get the movie review and more. »

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Overall: A-
Violence: C
Sexual Content: C-
Language: C+
Drugs/Alcohol: D+
Run Time: 120
Theater Release: 26 Feb 2010
Video Release: 03 Aug 2010
MPAA Rating: PG-13
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Barb says: Mar. 05, 2010

My husband and I “stumbled” on this movie - it was not hyped or reviewed by local movie critics.  We thought it could be such a powerfully helpful tool for teens, their families, and church youth groups.  The next day we told our youth minister about it, donated the funds to buy the tickets, and 20 of our teens attended the movie.  All were impressed and positively effected by the message.  I was disappointed that at least in our area theater attendance was sparse and it left pretty quickly.  What a shame that it wasn’t hugely marketed and supported by all churches!  Any family and church ministries of teens should get as many youth to see it if it isn’t too late.  And - hope to get a DVD in the future to share.  Mrs. B. Friedman, Florida

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