Contrary to the usually very good reporting of the Babylon Bee, it turns out that not only was it legal to produce God's Not Dead 3, but it has been produced under the name God's Not Dead, A Light in Darkness. What's the tragedy? Well, look at the rating--3.2/10--and compare it with Attack of the Killer Tomatoes, Return of the Killer Tomatoes, Killer Tomatoes Strike Back, and Killer Tomatoes Eat France. Yes, you read it here; GND3 rates below all four Killer Tomatoes movies, twice by a long shot.
Really, Christian movies need to come to grips with the fact that a lot of them are just plain awful, and that we need to learn something from good movies, even if they contain elements with which we disagree.
Podcast #408: The Incredible Story of One of WWII’s Most Daring Escapes - Ed Dyess was a smart, talented, athletic kid from Texas who had a passion for flying, movie star good looks, and a flare for acting. Thanks to a chance e...
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