The Problem With Christian Films | God's Not Dead 2 Explained

 
DIRECTOR: HAROLD CRONK | STARRING: MELISSA JOAN HART, JESSE METCALFE, DAVID A.R. WHITE  RUNTIME: 121 MINUTES | RATING: PG | SCORE:  1/5

DIRECTOR: HAROLD CRONK | STARRING: MELISSA JOAN HART, JESSE METCALFE, DAVID A.R. WHITE

RUNTIME: 121 MINUTES | RATING: PG | SCORE: 1/5

God's Not Dead, but has the creativity for Christian films been buried?

In the past couple of years, the genre has burst into the mainstream raking up big bucks at the box office. However, just like every other genre of film, it deserves to be judged and critiqued according to the standards of cinema - no saving grace here. With the rise and success of so many faith-centered films, you would think that the days of low-budget bad actors, audio and cinematography would be gone, right? 

Well, maybe there's a bigger issue at hand. 

In the video above we dive into the biggest issues presented in the genre today. Can they be fixed? What steps should be taken? Are there examples out there that should be followed?

We're curious to know your thoughts down below!

As for  God's Not Dead 2 's score - it makes improvements from the first while still contriving a story that requires the faith of 10,000 mustard seeds in order to comprehend. 

As for God's Not Dead 2's score - it makes improvements from the first while still contriving a story that requires the faith of 10,000 mustard seeds in order to comprehend.