Memorable, crazy movie
I don't have all the words right now but this film is a work of art.
I like movies that are aware of what they are selling... without [any] greater aspirations than to make people laugh and that's it.
No one should be afraid to be able to stand up for their faith. The movie displayed the animosity the media and some organizations hold towards Christians. As a Christian I found the movie to engaging and truthful.
...movie makers show that Christians have a right to their beliefs, and should DEFINITELY fight for what they believe in. Very well written. It is nice to see some actors and actresses we do not see much of any more doing some of these Christian movies. There's been several and I hope they make more. Turning a simple statement from a public school teacher, into proving that Jesus really did exist, and how our beliefs in faith still have some weight. I doubt this would ever happen unless there were some kind of revival in America. Liberal Communist supporters have pretty much destroyed our court system so this was a refreshing look at what could possibly happen if Christians banded together to help restore America to a respectable place. So excellent job, well done. Tell the producers to make more like this!
Saul Can't say
As someone wrote on their review tittle: Christian paranoia, at best. I'll keep it simple and short: there is not a single shred of evidence for any gods of any religion, it's common mental construct as 1 of the infinite hypothesis over creation/formation of the Universe, for which further elaboration you realize it's false, having said this I, as many fellow atheists, advocate for free thought, speech and expression, since non-believers are often attacked as dishonestly as this movie, we appreciate and defend these Human Rights and our intellectual honesty easily let us extend it to religious people, so you have the right to believe your favorite or indoctrinated imaginary god, according to these Human Rights you have the Right To Be Wrong, and you are, as reality demonstrates.But this approach to Christianity from Christians is common, they,in general, believe they're victims before becoming Christians, and religion reinforce this even more with the guilt of "being a sinner", so I'm not surprised this is the outcome, proving 1 more time how delusional and away from reality not only Christians, but religious people really are, as it is their belief. These will bring even further bad consequences because of twisted perspectives, stubbornness (because of faith), jumping to conclusion and unrealistic expectations, that religious people incur because of their delusional wishful thinking.It is because of these reasons and consequences that being religious is simply wrong, and any reasonable person would see it once it is explained to them, but if you want to keep believing in believing in your god, you won't and keep being wrong with further negative consequences for your life, this movie is the tip of the tip of the iceberg; you don't pray a rocket into space, and you can get faith through Science, so don't mix religion and real-life, in the privacy of your home believe whatever you want, in real-life be realistic, at least this basic fact about life to avoid being a problem for others and yourself.
I am a Christian and I just loved this movie. Then I look at some of the reviews of some of the people who blasted this movie.If this movie isn't your cup of tea don't watch it. I really hate all of the movies about ghosts, zombies, and ultra violent movies. I won't watch them just so I can chime in how much I dislike them.I loved it, and there are so few movies that are suitable for a Christian to watch now. If you don't think there is persecution in America then you better look around. People are being sued because they refuse to supply cakes or flowers to gay wedding. I do wonder what would happen if there was a church, that was against gay marriage, that wanted some literature printed up by a gay couple, and they refused.The 10 Commandments are being removed from Government buildings. I have had arguments with atheists and some of them do get angry about my stance as a Christian.Is this movie 100% believable, no not really, but take a look at Harry Potter, The Hunger Games, Star Wars, James Bond movies, and see just how believable they are.