I almost gave this five stars because I really enjoyed it. This plot would probably be too far-fetched for many, though, so I rated it down one notch. I, however, really enjoyed the artistry of the writer to bring all the subplots together into one incredible moment of crisis and resolution.
As is probably obvious from the cover picture, this is a Christian movie. As a Christian, I found it very entertaining and motivational. The inciting incident occurs when a street preacher rolls a life-sized cross down the street and asks a man in a car (the minister at the center of the film), "Do you believe in the cross of Jesus?" At first nearly dismissing the question because it's so obvious that a Christian minister would believe this, he smirkingly responds in the affirmative. He's caught off-guard, however, by the follow-up question, "Then what are you going to do about it?" The minister, now haunted by the question, begins to really devote his life to the service of others, and he challenges his congregation to do the same.
If I'm not mistaken, there are twelve separate characters in the film, each struggling with his own crisis, many at first completely unrelated. By the end, however, we see that all the characters' lives connect in some way -- a way that I find beautiful and meaningful. For some, these connections may seem contrived, and the miracles that happen might be difficult for some to believe, though I have personally heard of people who have experienced similar miracles. I guess how one receives this movie depends upon who he is and where he is in his life.