Catch That Kid
- compiled by Jeffrey Overstreet Copyright Christianity Today International
- 2004 1 Jan
A few years ago, a Danish film called
"I hope that the film makes more sense when spoken in a foreign language," says Michael Elliott (Movie Parables). "It is hard to recommend that anyone catch this American version. Though it is meant to be all in good fun, the film's message is unmistakable: The ends justify the means. If the stakes are high enough, any action—even illegal action—is excusable. Is this really the type of lesson we want to teach our preteens?"
Tom Snyder (
"There might not be rampant profanity, explicit violence or naughty nudity," writes Loren Eaton (
Mainstream critics almost unanimously agree that the film is not worth your time or money, and that your kids deserve better.