The War Within (2014)

The War Within (2014)

Brett VarvelRebecca ReidGary VarvelDaron Day
Brett Varvel,Drew Varvel


The War Within (2014) is a English movie. Brett Varvel,Drew Varvel has directed this movie. Brett Varvel,Rebecca Reid,Gary Varvel,Daron Day are the starring of this movie. It was released in 2014. The War Within (2014) is considered one of the best Drama,Fantasy movie in India and around the world.

THE WAR WITHIN is a unique fantasy that takes viewers to a world that only God can see; the world of the inner man. Michael Sinclair (Brett Varvel) is a syndicated cartoonist whose dream of a perfect life is upended when tragic events transform his dream into a nightmare. The result is a war that wages within his soul which is personified by six members; Mind, Memory, Emotion, Will, Conscience, and Heart. The ensuing battle for control adversely effects his relationship with his wife Amy (Rebecca Reid) and causes Michael to doubt his faith in God. But in the midst of this spiritual test, Michael discovers that victory is found in surrender. As viewers follow the quest for answers inside of Michael, they may discover their own war within.


The War Within (2014) Reviews

  • Wow! This movie blew me away...


    This film is incredibly well done and full of powerful truths. I would highly recommend this movie to anyone! This is one of the best Christian films that has been made. I look forward to sharing it with friends and family, both believers and non-believers. This is great film for anyone... It is a movie that is enjoyable, challenging and inspiring! The cinematography is captivating and gives you a clear sense for how the circumstances in the characters' lives impact them internally, affecting their relationships with those who matter most to them. The characters are true to life and the "war within" is realistically and powerfully portrayed. The story is amazing and the quality is excellent. It is definitely worth watching!!!

  • Best Feature, Best Gospel Presentation, and Audience Choice


    This movie took three awards at the Christian Worldview Film Festival in 2014. The first was Best Feature. The second was Best Gospel Presentation. And the third was Audience Choice. I was glad because it was my favorite film at the festival. I even watched it twice. I look forward to seeing it again. I love how it uses film and special effects to demonstrate what is going on inside. I could really relate a lot of the time. I also enjoy movies that make me think and this is one of those.

  • That elusive soul


    The War Within looks like a Varvel family project. Star Michael Varvel plays our protagonist lead a syndicated cartoonist who is having a nice war inside himself. Varvel also plays one of the inner characters called Heart. Various other Varvel family members play other aspects of the inner being conscience, will, emotion, etc. More properly the heart should have been called the soul. I suspect it was to get other than Christian audiences interested. The war going on concerns Varvel's faith which is in jeopardy after the death of his and Rebecca Reid's daughter. At issue in the marriage is Reid's lack of faith, she never goes to church with husband and daughter. I was impressed with the film with the amateurish special effects I wasn't expecting anything of Hollywood quality. The acting of this cast of Varvels and other unknowns wasn't bad all things considered. But I have to say the message of what God got in the way of sacrifice to save someone's soul was off putting to say the least. I think non-believers will agree.

  • Unique and Brilliant


    Wow - this film was much more than I expected! A brilliant work that uses imagination and metaphor to relay truths about the human mind/heart/soul. The War Within delves into the many aspects of a human and follows one man's journey as he struggles in the aftermath of a dark event in his life. The movie breaks down the parts of a man's being (Conscience, Emotion, Will, Memory, Heart, Mind) as they go to war with one another as the man struggles for emotional survival in the wake of a tragedy. I particularly loved the actor that played "emotion" and the way in which the film displays the complexity of an individual. I love that the movie did not oversimplify; most movies cheapen out and characters are painted with one brush - not here. I cannot imagine anyone who couldn't relate to this examination of the human experience put forth without pretension. Finally, the film shows, first metaphorically and then literally, how faith is gained and how it effects the different aspects of a person's being. Creative, complex and smart. I highly recommend.

  • What a movie


    Wonderful movie of the war within, any writer can definitely take from this movie. Expresses the never-ending war going on inside of us. Would recommend to anyone who has experienced tragedy, faced loss, or has been through a divorce. Surely a movie that will make you question life. Would also recommend to any Christian.


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