I Still Believe Review: A Christian Film With No Soul

I Still Believe cannot find the sweet mix of scripture and entertainment and unlike I Can Only Imagine, the film isn’t engaging or well acted to enough to create magic.  … More I Still Believe Review: A Christian Film With No Soul

Overcomer Review/Discussion: Take The Biggest Flaw Of This Movie And REALLY Think About It

Jeffrey Lyles put it best: “It’s always lame how Christian films get criticized for “preaching to the choir” as if comic book films are catered toward stuffy Oscar voters or Oscar bait films are targeting geek culture.  … More Overcomer Review/Discussion: Take The Biggest Flaw Of This Movie And REALLY Think About It

Run the Race Review/Discussion: A Redemption Story & The Wrap’s Terrible Take

If there is one genre that always gets the toughest treatment in Hollywood, it is faith-based films and here we have one that flew so far under the radar, it’s a bit of a miracle that it got a wide release. If you want to understand the kind of opposition that films which promote Christianity deals with from the media, look no further The Wrap’s review which criticizes this film on the basis that the writer can’t stand…well, on-screen Christians.  … More Run the Race Review/Discussion: A Redemption Story & The Wrap’s Terrible Take

Indivisible Review: A Strong Faith-Based Drama With An Strong Emotional Punch

It has been a busy year for Christian movies especially actress Madeline Carroll who has been in three films this year I Can Only Imagine, God Bless the Broken Road, and now Indivisible. One thing I credit the Christian genre for doing is bringing to light real-life stories of people who we would have never seen or known about otherwise. Here we have another film based on the True Story of Army chaplain Darren Turner (Justin Bruening) who deploys to Iraq during the height of the War in 2007. … More Indivisible Review: A Strong Faith-Based Drama With An Strong Emotional Punch

Unbroken: Path to Redemption Review

The ability to forgive someone is one of the hardest things to do in life and redemption is one of the hardest things to achieve. Unbroken: Path to Redemption cites Matthew 6:14 “For if you forgive other people when they sin against you, your heavenly Father will also forgive you.” This was the choice that World War II veteran Louis Zamperini had to make to save himself and his family.  … More Unbroken: Path to Redemption Review

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. … More God’s Not Dead: A Light in Darkness Review

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. … More Because of Gracia Review