A very sad attempt at filmmaking. I've always been amazed at how little quality there is in any "Christian" film productions. In a way, it's insulting. Scripts poorly written with very little intelligence, poorly acted, terrible production values and shot as if by a student filmmaker. I know, I've made some bad student films.
Director Charlie Jordan ( I ), is new at this. Everybody has a turkey now and then, even Mr. Hitchcock, so Mr. Jordan is in good company.
This film, like so many other "Christian" films, seems to be saying, our message is so heavenly minded we don't have to try and be any earthly good. If this film is trying to hold an audience, that audience is already Christian. This is just preaching to the choir, and poorly.
If you want to look at a film with a Christian message, I highly recommend: "Places In The Heart", 1984 starring Sally Field, who took home the Oscar for her performance. "Tender Mercies", 1983, starring Robert Duvall, who also won an Oscar for his work.
Bottom line, Christians need to grow up before they start making movies. They need to remember that the church was the standard for art.. a long time ago. Bach, Mozart, Handel, Michelangelo... not a bad bunch. It was all about the work. Just because you're doing something for God, (spreading the Gospel), does NOT mean you can take short cuts on quality. On the contrary... you should at least try to stand on the shoulders of giants.
I'm a Christian. I've worked in the film industry for 15 years.