Movieguide Magazine posted a review praising the Greg Laurie’s Biographical Documentary, Lost Boy: The Next Chapter.
(CCC, BBB, Pa, FR, V, S, N, AA, DD) Extremely Christian worldview, with very moral content and some discussion of sex, substance abuse, promiscuity, Eastern mysticism, and divorce, all resolved by the coming to Christ story; talk about fights and protagonist’s mother being knocked unconscious by one of several husbands; two brief shots of upper male nudity at 1960s rock concerts in newsreel footage and partial upper male nudity in a photo; brief discussion of a bout of drunkenness; brief discussion of the 1960s drug culture; and, nothing else objectionable.
LOST BOY: THE NEXT CHAPTER Summary:
LOST BOY: THE NEXT CHAPTER is a fascinating documentary about how Pastor Greg Laurie became saved during the Jesus Movement of the late 1960s and grew to become one of the most popular Christian evangelists today. LOST BOY is an extremely well made documentary that captures the viewers and makes us laugh and cry, while presenting the Gospel of Jesus Christ in an extremely winsome, appealing, intelligent way.
LOST BOY: THE NEXT CHAPTER Review:
LOST BOY: THE NEXT CHAPTER is a fascinating documentary, especially for those of us who lived through the 1960s and who were part of the Counter Culture…
…LOST BOY is extremely well made. It captures the viewers and makes us laugh and cry. It gives a very accurate portrait of the 1960s and presents the Gospel of Jesus Christ in an extremely winsome, appealing, intelligent way. The story of the Jesus Movement in the late 1960s and early 1970s is fascinating. Greg Laurie’s personal odyssey is an important testimony of how God can reach the least of these, and the death of Greg’s son will capture your heart. MOVIEGUIDE® highly recommends LOST BOY.