Rick Bentley | The Fresno Bee
“Faith of Our Fathers,” the latest offering in the growing faith-based film market, gets high points for good intentions but loses most of them for execution. The writers got so wrapped up in the spiritual aspects of the story that the mechanics fall apart.
The story of two strangers united by their efforts to learn more about their fathers speaks strongly about father-son relationships. They learn a lot about their fathers — and themselves — as they make a long road trip to Washington, D.C., to see the Vietnam Veterans Memorial.