This film is to capitalism what Darren Aronofsky's MOTHER! was to Christianity. It is a bold, exciting film that completely misunderstands its subject.
Six years ago, at the end of Joss Whedon’s THE AVENGERS, the Marvel Cinematic Universe promised to become even bigger than it already was. By briefly teasing the eventual appearance of cosmic villain Thanos, they alluded to one of the biggest events in comic book history, THE INFINITY GAUNTLET. Remembering the tragic events of that series, I found myself wondering just how far the MCU was willing to go. With AVENGERS: INFINITY WAR, I finally have my answer.
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Jon Gunn’s THE CASE FOR CHRIST manages to accomplish what so many Christian films have failed to do. While so few of the characters found in modern Christian films ever really register as real, flesh-and-blood human beings, THE CASE FOR CHRIST is peopled with flawed, struggling characters who live in the same world as the rest of us. That combined with the investigative journalistic nature of the story, and we arrive at a film that, while certainly imperfect, is often effective and occasionally even powerful.
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47 METERS DOWN makes THE SHALLOWS look like OPEN WATER, OPEN WATER look like JAWS, and JAWS look like the absolute pinnacle of all human endeavor.