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Christian Movies are Now Bad | January 5, 2015

Nominations for the “Razzies” came out today. This is a long-running acknowledgement of movies that had little redeeming value, even if they made money. This year, Kirk Cameron’s Saving Christmas, along with the remake of Left Behind, made the list. I suppose that making a movie with little fanfare still entitles it to the nomination. I’m glad “God’s Not Dead” did not make the list, as it was a popular and pretty good quality movie with Christian values.

The good news is that the Razzies aren’t for Christian movies, but for all movies. They may be outside of the Hollywood mainstream, but they are real movies no longer relegated to the direct-to-video market or showings in church basements. Frankly, Kirk Cameron is a little full of himself sometimes. It’s entirely possible he did make a bad movie, and not just a movie bad for being Christian.


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  1. Well, the left is certainly anti-God, Whom they booed at the DNC convention. As you say, however it may just be a bad movie. And as I said when you discussed Siskel and Ebert, I am totally unimpressed by the self-styled, self-congratulating arbiters of taste. Who are the Razzie judges, anyway, and what are their credentials?

    Comment by Mary — January 6, 2015 @ 3:40 am

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