Generational Sins (2017)
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It's so stupid you will laff at it from start to finish!
Shame on the people that sold their soul to act in this gutter trash.
Doesn't even rate 1 star !!
Most Christian films fall flat on their faces as overstated, obvious, and safe. Generational Sins is not like most Christian films. It paints the ugliness of life as it truly is, strong language and all. God's in it but you wouldn't be able to play this film on a Sunday morning.
The script uses silence well. And Daniel's acting job is superb. With such an emotional role, it easily could have crossed into "cheesy" many times, but Daniel's voice, face, and body control kept the scenes believable. Good job to him.
I wish from the bottom of my heart that future Christian filmmakers would take a page out of Generational Sins' playbook. Why censor real life? The Bible didn't. Unchristians don't. Last time I checked, Christianity isn't a G-rated perfect white world lived on a cloud. It's for the real messiness of life, the hard family situations, and the only treatment for the untameable animal inside each one of us.
Generational Sins isn't an entertaining comedy if that's what you're looking for. It's a statement about the jagged edges of life from an angle that needs more representation in this industry and age.
Such talented camera work and directing. A bold script and a phenomenal story line with excellent character development.
The casual chemistry between Drew (Dan Macpherson) and Will (Dax Spanogle) provides excellent comedic relief within a stoic and gritty film.
Highly recommend this film to others!
A movie that truly reflects the struggles and trials of real people and real life.
Generational Sins is definitely worth the watch!