Whenever Ray makes a new movie he reminds me of a card dealer. His message is almost always the same and he mainly reshuffles the same deck of cards over and over: atheists are nasty people, if science cannot explain even a very in aspect of even a well-understood theory, then God is at work behind the scenes, he spends more time attacking atheism than he does making a case for his own beliefs.
This movie is no different.
Some time ago, Ray interviewed a number of prominent scientists and a few regular people. He then proceeded to edit those interviews so that he could turn the interviews into a puppet show where he was the puppet master.
That's when any respect I might have had for Ray Comfort disappeared, and since then I cannot trust a single thing he says.
I have studied filmmaking and video editing and I know very well how easy it is to edit an interview just so and have the subject say the exact opposite of what they meant. I don;t know if that trick was used here, I would need the raw footage to be sure, but since that was done by him in another movie, I have to assume he did it here too.
That's simply not acceptable. We can disagree, even vehemently, but when you cheat you lose any respect you might have deserved and Ray Comfort cheated. Did he cheat in this movie? I think so but I cannot know for sure yet. But he cheated in the past and he wasn't the least bit sorry when he was caught red-handed.
Certainly, this is a movie that deserves a negative score, but I have decided to give it 2 stars because the production values are a bit better than the norm.
It is very sad that people like Ray Comfort find it necessary to lie to make their god relevant. No one really cares what Ray Comfort or his cohorts believe. It's a free country, but in their case, the propaganda's final object is to take their beliefs and turn them into school curriculum and secular laws. That we cannot have.