Rather than a timely, relevant story, this poorer Left Behind plays like a throwback to the 70s, when disaster movies were all the rage.
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The Song may not make it to the top of the charts but it is (loosely) inspired by Scripture and might be excellent for date night.
The directors dedicated so much energy to making it surreal and quirky that they forgot who, namely the younger set, will be watching.
Feels like the studio dusted off an old script, hired an Oscar-winning team for illusion of merit, then re-branded an old TV property.
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