God's Not Dead 2014 PG CC

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When atheist philosophy professor (Kevin Sorbo) plans to forego "dusty arguments" in his class, he insists the new students declare that "God Is Dead." Unable to do this, Josh (Shane Harper) is challenged to defend his faith and prove to the class that God is NOT Dead. With everything on the line, Josh's faith is unwavering...and life-changing to those around him.

Kevin Sorbo, Shane Harper
1 hour, 54 minutes

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Genres Drama
Director Harold Cronk
Starring Kevin Sorbo, Shane Harper
Supporting actors David A.R. White, Dean Cain, Michael Tait, Jody Davis, Jeff Frankenstein, Duncan Phillips, Willie Robertson, Korie Robertson, Cassidy Gifford, Paul Kwo, Trisha LaFache, Cory Oliver, Marco Khan, Benjamin A. Onyango, Peter Chen, Hadeel Sittu, Jesse Wang, Lenore Banks
Studio Lionsgate
MPAA rating PG (Parental Guidance Suggested)
Captions and subtitles English Details
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Format Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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Bad bad bad. I am a Christian and I avoid this kind of "Christian" movie for the fact that they are always so cheesy, one-sided, uninteresting, and black and white. My fiancé has been wanting me to watch Grace Unplugged. She has the same taste in Christian movies as I do and she said it wasn't terrible, so we'll see how that goes. I only decided to watch this movie bc one of my youth kids at church said this was his favorite movie. Really? I feel like this is one of those examples of "bc it is Christian, I must like it". Is this better than Lion King? Is this better than that Chimp Disney movie? That was a great movie Disney, seriously, how do you film those chimps and make a story out of it like that.

This movie affirms it again. 10 minutes into this film, I wanted to shut it off but forced myself to watch. When I saw the muslim girl, I cringed. I knew where they were going with that. Is that not how some Christian parents will react if their child wants to follow another religion or no religion at all? (I remember vaguely what happened...I was falling asleep through the whole movie...I refuse to go back to watch it again...) One of the most disappointing things is how this kind of movie also always without fail demonizes non Christians. I think another reviewer said that too. Sigh...smh...this is exactly how non Christians think we view them. We are in church on Sundays talking about how great we are and how messed up others are. Please STOP portraying Christians this way. I understand it is not intentional but you're doing it. It reminds me of the skits we used to write in youth group, how non Christians get drunk, smoke, and do drugs and the Christians always wear white....yikes....
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I was going to keep my silence, but cannot hold it any longer. My wife and I rented this movie and decided to watch it together after both kids were shown it at church camp and said they liked it. T-shirts were given out. This thing was really promoted. But I had a feeling about this movie. I hoped my suspicions were wrong. Many Christian films are lacking a bit in production quality or have sappy acting and dialogue, but I can overlook much of this if there is a good story, a good moral. Some films are really quite excellent. My wife and I are both Christians, but after 20 minutes we had to shut this movie off. Neither of us could take it any longer. It represents much of what is terribly wrong with politically charged Christianity today. I went ahead and read what the rest of the plot is, no surprises... its not a journey I am willing to take when so much of the plot, dialogue, and characterizations amount to lies and straw-man arguments. Jesus said the truth will set you free. This movie does not uphold the truth so much as erode away at it, or heap so much bitterness and twisting of facts as to make it wholly un-palpable. It is basically a conglomeration of Facebook-style posts or email forwards you typically see from fundamentalists that tend to demonize non-believers, college professors, Muslims, etc., while picturing Christians as innocent and terribly persecuted. It does not seek understanding, It does not help those who want to follow Jesus be more like him, or follow His teachings... instead, it really violates some basic principles of the Gospel. It seeks to indoctrinate us for an imagined war that is being waged in the minds of ultra-conservatives and fear-mongers in the political arena. It seeks to divide and tells lies, in order to get Christians angry and politically motivated. No thank you.
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434 of 552 people found the following review helpful By Noah Howerton on March 27, 2015
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This movie is offensive on so many different levels, but the portrayal of all non-christians as evil sort of takes the cake.

If you look at each non-believer they portray, they portray them in the most negative possible light. As if not believing in god ensures you also are just an all around horrible person. When an atheist gets cancer or terminally ill, all of their atheist loved ones cut them off.

Muslims that convert to other reliigions are invariably disowned by their parents, as if this phenomenon is unique to Muslim families. Evangelical Christian parents are never upset when their daughter marries a muslim, jew, or atheist ... and converts.

My favorite though, is the assumption that everyone behaves like evangelical christians and tries to push their system of beliefs on all those around them. They portray all of the college professors as atheists ... who spend their time persecuting christians. In reality, professors generally do not bring religion into their classrooms. Most atheists likewise avoid the topic of religion. The most vocal about *religion*, are the ultra religious evangelical christians. The *only* instance where religion entered the classroom during my 8 years of college was with a professor that was evangelical. She was easily the most prejudicial, ignorant, and offensive professor I've ever encountered.

The greatest part was the list of legal cases they seemed to site as motivation for the movie's production ... which was a list of religious organizations that fought for their "right" to receive public funding. Funding that I think most Americans would rather see in the hands of non-denominational, non-religious, student organizations promoting education, tolerance, and the freedom of religion in America ... and it's separation from the state.
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