A new film from Five & Two Pictures and directed by Rich Christiano, this intriguing film tells the story of an intense and exciting Creation vs. Evolution debate.
I was excited about watching this film, especially since it’s by one of my personal favorite directors, Rich Christiano. He also directed one of my favorite Christian films, Time Changer, so I was anxious to see another film from him. The first thing I noticed when watching this film was some of the impressive cinematography. The opening intro has some beautiful scenery shots and I was impressed with the camera work throughout the film.
The story of this film features a creation vs. evolution debate, but the stakes are considerably high as Stephen Whitaker realizes that his own daughter’s salvation is on the line. The characters are interesting and genuine and the acting felt very natural as well.
I felt the story was well paced and never felt like it was lagging over skipping over crucial moments. It’s also full of its share of twists and turns and is sure to keep you on your toes.
If I had to compare this movie to something, I would say it was similar in style to God’s Not Dead. But honestly, I felt this movie worked much better. It seemed fairer, better paced, and better acted.
As far as content issues go, this movie was very clean and family friendly. In one scene, a college student briefly implies his desire to pursue a relationship immorally, but it’s only mentioned in passing. Other than that, this is a clean film, although some of the deeper scientific talk may go over the heads of some younger viewers. We like to follow the Dove Foundation which approves this movie for ages 12+.
That’s all for today, overall I really enjoyed this film and think it presented a fair and balanced case for Creation.
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