Come Sunday (2018)

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Evangelist Carlton Pearson is ostracized by his church for preaching that there is no Hell.


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14 April 2018 | EuricSanti
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| Good performances. Good cinematography.
I liked more than anything, the acting. Was really good.

For many may look that the same old, same old story, but this one is not.

We see a guy who actually changed the way modern churches see people even if they don't want to accept it. He fought so churches see everyone as equals, just as God sees them and even though everything went sideways, his teachings (legit story) are now used by many modern churches in a different way and content but in the same essence. Hillsong for example.

If you have Christian friends whom behave like "God is gonna kill us all", you should share a moment with them on Netflix and... chill (With actual popcorn and chat, not... you know); is gonna help them understand that inclusion and God are alike.

Overall I think is a great story and the actors did a good job, even though has its lame moments just wait for a couple of minutes.. they will pass by.

Is it an Oscar worthy? Nup. is the best movie out there? Nup Is worth watching? Yes.

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