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International art dealer Ron Hall must befriend a dangerous homeless man in order to save his struggling marriage to his wife, a woman whose dreams will lead all three of them on the journey of their lives.
For all his far-reaching fame, Sol Harkens, the world's most famous atheist, is a lonely soul and a lousy part-time dad. After a near death experience challenges his simplest assumptions about this world, Sol finds his purpose and re-imagines his life, in a film that will make you laugh and cry and want to stand up and cheer.
No need to go past the previews for this one. Kevin Sorbo plays the same angry antitheist that he played in 2014's God is Not Dead, who doesn't exist. What an atheist really says: there is as much evidence for a Christian God as there is for Piranha Sharks, another 2014 movie Sorbo was in where he is far down in the list of credits. I am comfortable in my skin in saying YOUR God doesn't exist and a minute away from believing in any God that cares to contact me, as what happens to Sorbo's character in this movie.
I suppose those embracing the frothing at the mouth atheist converting to God the way Scrooge turns into a decent guy trope might find this entertaining. I am entertained by beyond reality movies, not so much by unhinged from reality Sean Hannity. Added a star for what appears decent production values.
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