In this scare-a-minute sequel to “The Conjuring,” the Gospel message could have been shared easily, but it’s not.
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It may take some effort for audiences to peel away all the punches and explosions to find the film’s central story: fatherhood and the importance of who that father is.
It’s a satisfying film, but its action sequences may be too intense for younger viewers.
The remake of the 1967 classic Disney cartoon is the kind of high-quality film audiences expect, but it might be too intense for young children.
Don’t be guilted into saying this film is good just because its topic — Christian apologetics and civil liberties — is important, writes reviewer Ted Giese.
Christian faith is a significant part of this film, but as in real life, not everyone is happy with God.