1 hr 45 min
The Supreme Court vs. The Supreme Being. Let the Trial Begin. It is the imminent future. The world follows one government and one man. It is a world of peace, yet some still fight the authorities. To crush the dissent, the ruler arranges a trial of unprecedented proportion. A trial in the world court to be televised to a global audience. A trial that would see Helen Hannah, a Christian and a champion of the resistance, convicted and executed for hatred of the human race. Everything is prepared and only humiliation and death await the accused. There is only one small problem – Mitch Kendrick, the defense attorney, has been tricked into representing Hannah, and now hunts for any way out.
Dove "Faith-Friendly" - Suitable for any age.
The courtroom setting of "Judgment" is a great change from the action-adventure of earlier titles in the series. In addition to the "God-on-trial" plot, the film keeps you on the edge of your seat from start to finish. All of the actors deliver a great performance. Non-Christians will not find "Judgment" to be a sermon but a great story of villain vs. hero set in a courtroom. Every part of this movie is great and it will drag you in. Even if you don't believe in God and biblical prophecy you will still think that "Judgment" is a great movie.
Violence: War-styled violence. Nothing graphic and nothing shown.
- Reviewer: Kadie Lukens
- Source: Video
- Writer: Andre VanHeerden
- Director: Andre Van Heerden
- Producer: Peter LaLonde
- Review provided courtesy of The Dove Foundation.