It used to be rare to come upon a Christian movie that wasn't cheesy and/or had bad acting. In the last few years however, there have been several that have come out that are worth watching and have good acting and are not cheesy. This movie is one such movie.
The plot is a bit different than other Christian movies: the theft of $30,000 from the church raises the need to call in a private investigator who happens to be very anti-Christian. A lot of the movie consists of his investigating and conducting interviews with anyone who could possibly have had access to the church safe. Along the way he realizes that churches may have hypocrites, but they also have genuine Christians who God has truly saved and changed.
I loved the plot, and the actors. I felt they all did a professional job of acting and don't feel there was any cheesy or amateur moments in the movie. There was a great message that even the most mature Christian may fall and do something wrong, but there is still forgiveness and restoration. The movie is definitely worth watching as it is entertaining and also carries a great message.
The DVD cover says it is a "story of Easter traditions." That is the only thing about the movie I didn't get..... it has nothing to do with Easter, but is still a great movie.
The Grace of God is available from Walmart and other retailers.
Thanks to FlyBy Promotions for the review and giveaway DVDs.
Courtesy of FlyBy Promotions, I have one copy of the Grace of God DVD to give away.
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