I'm Not Ashamed

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User review rating: 5 March 19, 2018

Awesome movie

User review rating: 5 February 25, 2017

Rest In Peace Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold, two true American heroes who gave people EXACTLY what they deserved! You two are a true inspiration and are forever missed!

User review rating: 2 January 23, 2017

My review will probably get deleted, but this is not nearly an accurate portrayal.....First of the whole "She was killed because of her belief in God" is complete b.s. Erick Harris and Dylan Klebold did not kill her because she believed in God, in fact they never interacted with her, that has been proven. And not only that, but Rachel wasn't the saint this movie is making her out to be, she was only nice to the people who shared her belief, while those who didn't...She stuck her nose up at them. To say that Erick Harris and Dylan Klebold shot up the school and killed Rachel for her belief in God is a total lie. Erick Harris and Dylan Klebold shot up the school and planned to destroy their ho

User review rating: 5 January 23, 2017

This was a really fantastic movie about Rachel Joy Scott she was killed for her belief in god.

User review rating: 5 November 01, 2016

Great movie!

User review rating: 5 October 31, 2016

I'M NOT ASHAMED IS "The BEST MOVIE OF THE YEAR" ~~ NOT TO BE MISSED !

User review rating: 5 October 26, 2016

loved it.

User review rating: 5 October 25, 2016

Fantastic

User review rating: 5 October 25, 2016

The story of Rachel Joy Scott is powerful, inspiring and real. So relative to what youth have been faced with for decades and are still faced with today. A must see for every parent, grandparent, aunt, uncle, educator, pastor, brother, sister and youth of all ages. I applaud director/producers for not trying to portray Rachel as "super human" but staying true to her story. Masey McLain truly died to herself and lived the life of Rachel for all to embrace. What a gift!

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