Wednesday, September 27, 2023

[Review] — "THE BLIND" is a Dramatic Journey into the Marriage of Phil and Kay Robertson — {Giveaway}

In theaters, tomorrow—September 28th—is the unforgettable true story of Phil and Kay Robertson from the Duck Dynasty in the new film, The Blind.  Get your tickets today at

In a society that seems to be ruled by consumerism and superficiality at times, it's nice to see a film that presents an emotionally inspiring true story. The Blind, directed by Andrew Hyatt, does this by shining attention on the astonishing journey of Phil and Kay Robertson, two exceptional individuals who have grabbed the hearts of millions on A&E's Duck Dynasty (2012–2017). 

The everlasting faith of Phil and Kay lies at the heart of The Blind. Their steadfast faith in God, which has served as the foundation of their enduring love and the source of their strength in the face of hardship, is brilliantly shown in the film. It serves as a reminder that faith may be a guiding light, offering comfort and hope even in the most trying circumstances.

The Blind captivates viewers with its cinematography, immersing us in the years of Phil and Kay Robertson's marital journey. The Robertsons, stars of the television series "Duck Dynasty," are renowned for their unwavering faith, resilience, and devotion to family. However, this film delves deeper into Phil's battle with addiction, which poses a grave threat to their union. Only through God's grace that Phil triumphs over his demons, finding solace in his commitment to Jesus Christ—ultimately restoring his marriage and preserving his precious family.

Bravo to the whole ensemble, especially the actors who played Phil and Kay (Aron von Andrian and Amelia Eve). Their performances are nothing short of extraordinary and perfectly capture the personality traits of the real-life Robertsons. Because of its realism, The Blind is an even more fascinating and sympathetic experience.

What sets The Blind apart is its ability to elicit a spectrum of emotions. The film induces tears of empathy in its viewers. Because of the authenticity of the story and the great performances by the cast, you'll feel as though you're right there with the Robertsons, experiencing their problems with them firsthand.

You'll leave the theater after watching The Blind with optimism and gratitude for life's little pleasures. It serves as a reminder that whatever the difficulties life may bring, how we handle them determines who we are as people. Phil and Kay's perseverance in the face of misfortune is admirable; it shows the human spirit as they find joy despite difficulties. The Blind is a must-watch if you're looking for a movie that will strike your heart and have a lasting impression. ╌★★★★✰

Disclosure: Many thanks to Tread Lively for providing a screener for this review. My opinions are 100% my own.

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  1. I am a super fan of the Duck Dynasty tv show and can not wait to see this movie it looks amazing!
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  2. This is another movie that I would be interested in seeing.

  3. I do like to view movies that are inspirational.

  4. I would enjoy seeing this movie on a Sunday afternoon.

  5. I look forward to seeing this loved Duck Dynasty. Thanks for sharing.

  6. I find movies hold my interest when they are about real life people.

  7. I really should have watched Duck Dynasty when it was popular.


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