God's Not Dead 2

2016

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God’s Not Dead 2 (2016) download yts

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Jesse Metcalfe as Tom Endler
Robin Givens as Principal Kinney
Maria Canals-Barrera as Catherine Thawley
Ernie Hudson as Judge Robert Stennis
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Reviewed by Deon Ozzy Krause 1 / 10

Religious Propaganda - Avoid even if you are Christian

Instead of adding a coherent voice to the debate on Freedom of Religion vs Human Rights, it is an insanely one sided depiction of how Christians are persecuted for being religious. This plot is so laughable that it makes United Passions look like a critical look into how Fifa works.

The close mindedness of this movie and its predecessor is cringe worthy and even some of my more religious friends complained about the plot holes, horrible acting and unfair representation of non-Christians. This movie provokes no thought and misunderstands what freedom of religion means.

Reviewed by vlgraves-76464 1 / 10

Propaganda Disguised As Truth

Some movies are meant to entertain. Some movies are meant to educate. A few movies are meant to deceive. This movie falls into the latter category. The "true story" is not true. It rests somewhere between "heavily dramatized for a gullible audience" and pure fiction. The film is a flagrant attempt to promote the "victim culture" which is increasingly prevalent among conservative Christians. It is a story of a teacher who was called to task for daring to discuss Jesus in the pubic school classroom. The producers seek to stoke emotions of outrage over what they purport to be discrimination against Christians who are not permitted to use their public jobs to evangelize in public schools. There is anger and outrage because teachers are told to check their religion at the door to the schoolhouse. What the movie does not explore is the common deceptions used by evangelical Christians to "sneak" their version of Christianity into the classroom with the intent to proselytize to their captive audience of impressionable young minds. It does not explore the fact that of Jewish, Buddhist, Muslim and atheist parents send their kids to school to learn the ABCs and not to be indoctrinated by teachers determined to promote their particular brand of religion. It does not explore the reality that Constitutional prohibitions on proselytizing the classroom are there to protect Christians, as well as non-Christians. In short, the move does not entertain. It does not educate. It does however, mislead with a mastery which comes only with practice.

Reviewed by spencerkberry 8 / 10

Remarkable Movie

A fascinating sci-fi alternate reality thriller with a fundamental reality twist that would put Hitchcock and the writers of the Twilight Zone to shame. Imagine a world where Christians were victims of oppression and persecution in the United States. As hard as it may have been to conceive of such an outlandish alternate reality (much less make a film about it), the team behind GND2 were Kubrickian in making this film. The idea itself is worth 10/10 stars on its own, all the way to its conclusion of an ordinary schoolteacher besting an Orwellian justice system. It puts everything in perspective, as the oppressors become oppresses (the shoe is on the other foot, so to speak). The film carefully parallels the persecution of non-Christians by seemingly earnest (but deceptive) believers, and completely switches it around! There were some faults, of course. Some of the legal jargon was misused (as it depicts a civil suit, yet the heroine is warned of criminal liability), and the presence of some expert opinions didn't really seem to be relevant to the case. Also, the dialogue did seem, well, unrealistic (but such is to be expected of Sci-Fi films). Overall, however, I felt transported to another dimension at the film's onset, one where Christianity was routinely shunned in the US. I felt as if I were really there. The one thing that stuck out, though was the audience: It didn't seem like a sci-fi prone audience, although the other viewers seemed even more convinced of this truth of this alternate universe than I was. I give it 8/10 stars.

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