Yes, Kevin Sorbo was the Atheist Professor in God's Not Dead. Here he reprises his role, produces the film, and is divorced from his real life wife who helps write the script. He is an atheist in this film because he and his wife lost a 9 year old boy to cancer. Then he gets himself into a near death experience and sees his deceased son telling him it's not his time yet and let there be light.
He has the ex-wife and 2 other sons whose family has been destroyed by dads self destruction. In some ways you really want to like this movie. The trouble is that despite some pretty good acting, the script sort of over powers the good and evil senses beyond the good intentions of the plot line.
I do enjoy Dionne Warwick singing and proving she can still perform well. Sean Hannity is pretty much wooden in playing himself. The main coincidence I see here is that Kevin and his wife put themselves into their own world here as they have 3 sons, which they also have in their real life. The 2 living sons really get a bad message here while trying to be given a good message. Their characters are just here in the script and not fully developed emotionally.
The ex-con minister is pretty much like one would be in real life. Trouble is he too is one dimensional and never comes to life. Travis Tritt's doctor is pretty much a one scene actor who is the bearer of bad news. Overall the film is just under developed. While it over powers the viewer emotionally, it underserves the message it is trying to convey,
Let There Be Light
Let There Be Light
For all his far-reaching fame, Sol Harkens, the world's most famous atheist, is a lonely soul and a lousy part-time dad. After a near death experience challenges his simplest assumptions about this world, Sol finds his purpose and re-imagines his life, in a film that will make you laugh and cry and want to stand up and cheer.
Uploaded By: FREEMAN
March 02, 2018 at 08:22 PM