This film makes me want to be a communist.
(I shouldn't have to say this, but if anyone's reading this, NO I'm not communist. That was a joke.)
I'm legitimately in shock. If you don't know, I absolutely hated the first two movies. All they did was make anybody who's not a Christian look like the most horrible people who ever lived. Those two movies relied on stereotypes and guilt-tripping to get their agenda across.
God's Not Dead: A Light in Darkness takes all of that, and throws it straight out the window. In fact, this movie is so different in quality and philosophically, that it actually feels…