God's Not Dead 2 Synopsis
After answering a student's (Hayley Orrantia) question about Jesus, a junior high-school teacher (Melissa Joan Hart) faces an epic court case that could end her career.
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Movie Reviews

Great Movie

By tj1872001
I loved the first movie, but this one was on a whole new level. A must see movie for anyone!...

Great movie

By alexlukanowski
Great movie with a great message. Pure Flix is doing good things for the world!...

Better than the first!

By adam302
Amazing! This is a step up from the first film. A nice surprise . God's Not Dead!!!!...

Wonderful movie

By jenniveve49
Everyone needs to see this movie ! Great writing , great directing . Very moving , inspiring movie that deals with issues we are facing today . Not going to give any details other than to say make...

Awesome movie!

By kmalumbe
A must see. 2:01 hrs duration was like half hour. Engaged thru and thru. Highly recommended....

Wonderful Tool for Indoctrination

By SeanAlexander
Another pandering jab designed to expand the shadows of a modern day religious persecution complex. A film designed to simplify our enemies and glorify our propaganda. Surely worth seeing for those...

Touched me in many ways

By brileyfamily
This movie touched me in many ways; some humor, some tears, and a lot of inspiration. It is technically quit good, with above average acting, and many in it are “easy on the eyes”. It’s really a...

God is alive

By mkdude25
One day every knee will bow and every tongue will confess Jesus Christ is Lord...

Same (Enter Deity name here)Damn thing as the 1st

By linartedavid
Well, not really,but it's sort of a switch. The teacher is now putting her morals into the class( Which is a religious based moral one) and the students being bombarded by it. Acting was decent, a lot...

By jessicadairy
Awesome! Go out and see it this weekend!! Don't leave before the credits are done... ;)...

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Rated PG | For Some Thematic Elements.
What Parents Need to Know
Common Sense Media says Strong acting can't redeem heavy-handed drama.
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