The new movie God’s Not Dead, a Pure Flix Production coming out March 21st, promises to be one of the most important movies of the year. In light of all of the negative and morally offensive movies that Hollywood puts out every week, this will be a rare opportunity for moviegoers of all ages to see a movie that casts Christian values in a positive light. It also takes the rare stance of exposing lies that are taught as truth in our Universities.
I am hopeful that it will be well written and well made. A pastor friend of mine saw God’s Not Dead last week at a special showing and he raved about how wonderful it is. I’ll not make any promises on its level of professionalism until I’ve seen it for myself, which I plan to do during its first week of release. I’ll post a full review, at that time, and let my readers know how it rates morally and professionally. I’ll still be glad I took my wife and kids to see it even if the plotting and acting turn out to be sub-par. To me, the message that it’s preaching is that important. However, I know there are many moviegoers that avoid Christian movies because they don’t like the amateur-ish production values. So, I’ll do my best to give a well-rounded review to help them decide if it’s worth seeing or not. That being said, it’s my hope that many people will go see it just to support movies with this kind of message. For more info, go to the official movie website.