I got the opportunity to see God's Not Dead - The Next Chapter, We The People ahead of it's release date. I liked it! I will say, up front, this was a 2 Kleenex movie for me. I cry at everything, though.
Quick synopsis: social worker persecutes homeschool families, judge rules they must send kids to school or be found in contempt of court, which means hefty fines and jail time. A trip to Washington DC happens, for the purpose of testifying at a congressional hearing.
This picture is the 4th installment in the God's Not Dead movie series, which I did not know prior to viewing. It does fine as a stand alone film, though. It doesn't feel like you're jumping into the middle of the story. I came away from it wanting to see the first 3 movies, though.
There are several other fun threads that run through this production, of course. There's kind of an underdog character who has their moment to shine, when a single mom stands before a senate subcommittee and makes a passionate speech. There's a small whiff of romance between a homeschooled teen and a public schooled teen.
One thing I realized while watching We The People, is that I've become really dependent on the closed captioning on all the streaming services. The screening I watched was not closed captioned, and I know there were things I missed. Oh, the joys of getting old.
You can get more information about the film and showtimes on Facebook, or at the God's Not Dead website. Buy your tickets for this inspiring, family friendly movie, in theaters October 4-6.
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