As long as you don't know how it's going to end (which is impossible, considering this is a Christian flick) it might have been descent. While this film is undoubtedly Christian and it has good intentions, there is absolutely no way non-Christian would want to see this. To Christians, it gives them the message to hang on until the Armageddon, and to non-Christians it is preachy. The script is third-rate, the humor is revoltingly cheesy, and the lead actors either can't act worth a hill o' beans or aren't trying hard enough, with the exception of F. Murray Abraham, who is merely adequate. I am a Christian and I loathed this. It was entirely too sappy - even blasphemous when taken into its literal context.

Movie reviewed by Michael Lawrence



Tony Goldwyn, Kurt Fuller, Giancarlo Giannini, F. Murray Abraham, Stacy Edwards, Colleen Camp

Directed by:

John Purdy


2002 spiritual

Rated G.


Don Ignacio's score: C-

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