Fox Mulder (David Duchovny) is called upon by old partner Dana Scully (Gillian Anderson) to try to locate an abducted agent. A psychic priest claims to be able to help but Scully initially wants nothing to do with him due to his background as a pedophile. As the plot unfolds the question becomes whether this priest who cries bloody tears has a genuine ability or is simply attempting to deceive them. This film deals with a lot of issues, such as the failure of Catholic priests, and the controversial topic of stem cell research. It also deals with the topic of forgiveness which is nice to see in a film. Unfortunately, it goes off in a lot of directions, and although it kept my attention, a trip to the restroom would have totally placed a viewer in the dark.
Unfortunately too, is the use of strong language and the violence levels, in addition to implied sex between an unmarried couple and the controversial topics. These issues prevent us from awarding our Dove “Family-Approved” Seal to this picture as a family-friendly film.