“Miracle in East Texas” in Theaters This Fall
Kevin Sorbo is a good friend of Loor’s, having done the voice over on The Procedure for CHOICE42.com. He’s a talented actor and is doing a lot of indie work in the Christian film space. He’s a worker--I do not think anyone works harder in this market. His name comes up in film pitches everywhere.
I have not seen it yet, but I have been following his work on Miracle in East Texas. Color me intrigued.
First, it’s Texas. Who doesn’t love Texas? Even Kalifornians love Texas, if the license plates I see on I-35 mean anything. And the rising property values. And the lib….Never mind.
Second, it’s comedy. If trailers mean anything (they don’t always), this one looks like a pretty good representation of the film. It should be pretty funny. If it’s not funny, whoever made the trailer has a bright future in Hollywood. Or preferably, Loor.
Third, it addresses hypocrisy. Now, if there’s a subject that needs to be addressed, it’s the hypocrisy of evangelicalism. Jesus had a fair bit to say about hypocrisy that you NEVER hear preached on in churches (especially Matthew 7:21-23). Humor is a great way to tell the truth about this in this space, which is also why we have Churchville (get over it, Karen).
So, I hope you will watch the trailer, and make plans to watch it in a theater near you this fall. If it turns out to be less than hoped for, blame Kevin.
If it’s as good as I think it is going to be, give ME the credit for telling you about it. And I will be sure to remind you about it after it releases--same bat time, same bat channel.
Otherwise, it’s Kevin’s fault. His number is…
You can find him on the socials, attacking liberalism wherever he finds it: left, right and center.
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REVIEW! Miracle in East Texas
Let’s just say it right up front: the film is a fun family film with a message that Hollywood hates–redemption is possible through the Gospel of Jesus Christ.