Tag: Christian

God’s Not Dead: A Light in Darkness Review

If Reverend Dave is getting the bump to the main event status, the story should have been more centered and focused on him. Instead, what we get is a messy Frankenstein of a movie that fails with its target audience and the people who are going to need blood pressure meds after watching this film *cough* David *cough*. God’s Not Dead III, is okay but its failure to capitalize on its potential is it’s biggest failure.

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I Can Only Imagine Review

Watching this film it’s not hard to see why audiences are praising this film the way they are and I can safely say, this is the best film I’ve seen so far this year. I Can Only Imagine mirrors the song it is based on and is a word of mouth smash hit that keeps the Christian genre rolling.

Because of Gracia Review

Less is more and the reason other Christian movies worked is that they focused on one topic and wrote a story to best represent their point. Here you feel like they needed a product to target to teens, but is just isn’t relatable to its own Christian teenage demographic. Overall Because of Grácia some moments of brilliance but fails to put together a coherent story in its Pro-life message it wants to present.

The Case for Christ Review

The real Lee Strobel shortly quit his job as a reporter and became a pastor with his wife, the story of his life is a fascinating ride from non-believer to believer that not only delivered a bestselling book but a compelling film. The Case For Christ is a story that can be embraced by mainstream audiences along with Christian audiences right in time for Easter.

The Resurrection of Gavin Stone Review

The Resurrection of Gavin Stone is a story about a troubled former child actor returning to his hometown to work for a Megachurch in order to work on his community service for trash a hotel room. The film is essentially a high budget Hallmark movie with a pretty routine storyline.

Silence Review

The topic of religion is one that gets the usual suspects on both sides but 2016 has been a great year for Faith-based movies with Hacksaw Ridge, I’m Not Ashamed, and now Silence.

I’m Not Ashamed Review

Overall, As a biopic and a Christian Film, I’m not Ashamed sets a standard that we haven’t seen a quite some time because it’s one of the few films that putting storytelling over sentiment.