Vadim has written 2 reviews for films with no rating during 2015.

  • Faith of Our Fathers

    Faith of Our Fathers

    "The Pure Flix Entertainment production company recently rocked the Christian film market with the noxious overperformer God’s Not Dead. Now, on the heels of this year’s less successful Do You Believe?, comes Faith Of Our Fathers. The film is stocked with a relative supergroup of participants from the Christian market both above and below the line: Like most of the cast, director Carey Scott is a regular actor in such films, and one of the editors, Alex Kendrick, was (along…

  • God's Not Dead

    God's Not Dead

    In the small town world of God's Not Dead, you're either a Christian or you're not, and if you're not, you have to explain why. You can't simply "be" an atheist, or a Jew, or a Muslim, or a happy-go-lucky person who just doesn't care; if you're not a Christian, you probably secretly "hate God" (as it turns out Kevin Sorbo, avowed atheist, does) or are otherwise activiely antagonistic to what everyone knows must be true, even if they don't…