I’ve seen this one several times. Every now and then I’m just in the mood to watch it. Burns is good, but the real unexpected talent in this sequel is Louanne.
It is refreshing to see a female protagonist who is clever, shows leadership and courage, and is willing to speak with confidence about her perspective and experiences.
The film has some great humorous moments, and it isn’t at all “preachy”.
I prefer this to the other Oh God films. Each stands alone. It’s not riveting, but it is thought provoking and sweet. It’s a solid story. Nothing at all like what passes for Christian entertainment these days. It’s real and honest and enjoyable.
My favorite scene is in the Chinese restaurant, followed by the ending itself.
To say much more would spoil it.