Tomorrow Focus on the Family’s first movie, “Irreplaceable,” will debut in more than 700 cinemas across the country. Seats are filling up fast (with some theaters already sold out) – despite attempts to censor our documentary.
Just in time for tomorrow’s premiere, we’ve released a powerful new trailer for the film. Browser visitors can watch the "Irreplaceable trailer at this link. Mobile device visitors can watch the “Irreplaceable” trailer at this link.
As you can see, “Irreplaceable” is far from just your average documentary. Yes, you will leave the theater empowered and equipped better to defend your Bible-based views. But it’s more than that – your heart will be moved as you experience, along with host Tim Sisarich, the emotions that come into play as God’s beautiful design for the family is explained and lived out by real men and women.
It’s the type of impact that goes far beyond the momentary viewing at a movie theater. It’s something you’ll take home with you, and will inspire you to better live out your own life.
If this trailer has captured your interest, you might be interested in learning more about the other cultural issues “Irreplaceable” examines.
Here are some of my past blog posts dealing with important topics from “Irreplaceable” that affect today’s families.
You can buy your tickets to see “Irreplaceable” online at www.irreplaceablethemovie.com.
And for those of you joining us at the theaters tomorrow, we hope you’ll also join the conversation on social media. We want to hear about your experience! Tell us what you think about the movie and share your pictures using #Irreplaceable.
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And for those of you joining us at the theaters tomorrow, we hope you’ll also join us on social media. We want to hear about your experience. Join the conversation by telling us what you think and sharing your pictures using #Irreplaceable.