What do Christians want from Christian movies?
It’s a question that Hollywood just doesn’t quite know how to answer just yet. When The Passion of the Christ made gazillions of dollars (well, at least $370.8 million domestically), folks in the entertainment industry fell all over themselves trying to duplicate that success. Scads of explicitly Christian filmmakers jumped into the game too, hoping to give the faithful something to go to see on the weekends. But the results on both sides of the coin have been–economically at least–mixed.
So why do films like God’s Not Dead soar and movies like Noah sink, relatively speaking? Our own Adam Holz, who has reviewed more Christian movies than anyone I know, offered some of his own thoughts for The Washington Times on Tuesday. Click here to see what they are.