God's Not Dead: A Light in Darkness (2018) - Drama

Hohum Score

39

Bearable

Pastor Dave responds to the unimaginable tragedy of having his church, located on the grounds of the local university, burned down.

IMDB: 4.5
Director: Michael Mason
Stars: Megan Alexander, Adeeja Rochele Anderson
Length: 105 Minutes
PG Rating: PG
Reviews: 6 out of 61 found boring (9.83%)

One-line Reviews (22)

I think this movie was the most engaging of the trilogy, and was so well-written that I couldn't find fault with it -- which is rare.

Even though it has some serious slow parts I give it points for attempting to tackle a different point of view than the originals.

Pretty boring .

Too much drama in this one and everything just dragged on.

Well worth going to see - but a little slow and more predictable than the previous movies for me.

We thoroughly enjoyed it, and thought it had the best writing of the 3 in the series.

First of all, it's slow.

I imagine the hope is that the end was unpredictable for non-Christians who may have attended because of the previous 2.

"God's Not Dead: A Light in Darkness" is more enjoyable, more relatable and more relevant than the previous GND movies.

John Corbett was stunning in his role.

There is this idea that movies have to be entertaining, fun, and Academy Award level or they get dismissed (e.

So much money is put to a franchise that builds off of propaganda that makes every little thing in someones life extremely important and dramatic.

The Ending is unexpected in a very positive way.

Serviceable filmmaking is boring as Hell.

There are boring stretches of time that could have been cut out.

After watching this unbearable boring movie, I think to my self: "What Christians really want at the end".

Another Christian propaganda .

It brilliantly and tastefully explored the issues, 'both sides of the coin', and added humor in the process in the entertaining and thought-provoking mental tug-of-war between brothers.

It's boring, cringy and awful.

This movie did a fantastic job at being compelling, convicting, and so much more!

The arguments, the legal and personal escalation is entertaining.

When the film is propaganda and the message is so obviously wrong and rooted in misconceptions so remedial it seems like self-parody, you actually do wind up with a damaged film.