Black EasterThe absurd and ultimately relevant topic turned out so that you can’t help but think about what you would do if you were in the movie. If you’ve had the chance to go back in time and change history, where or where when would you go Everyone has a different answer, but I guarantee you will never think of those who Black Easter is considered a topic. Trust me you won’t.
This is a very different experience. The film celebrates itself from the start as it throws you in the face with all the awards it has received. You laugh at the jokes as you criticize some redundant decisions that will eventually make sense. You frown at excessive acting. But you may end up feeling rested and relaxed after the movie stabbed you indirectly.
Black Easter is a faith-based film that combines time travel, Jesus, terrorist organizations and humor. You have never seen anything like it.
I won’t describe much of the movie’s events as they are revealed very early on. We know where this is going early on. A self-proclaimed genius works on a time machine with his girlfriend and some of her friends. Your prototype worked to a very limited extent.
The head of a business promises a huge bonus if only they can actually get it working. Needless to say, it does and the group of scientists work for someone whose plans are evil. Your only mission is to travel back in time with this machine, kill Jesus and change history.
Yes, you actually read that.
The movie’s action-thriller approach is fun considering this Black EasterThe budget is very limited and is used precariously by the writer and director of the film (Black Easter is a time travel film, and as with all of these films, things can get confusing. This time you may need a pen and notepad. The third act is also unnecessarily long and complicated. He has a vision and wants it to be realized. He doesn’t care if some things look bad or good. He wants to get his message across. The film is an undeniable work of the passion of someone who uses their own confidence to overcome any chance of control or failure. In filmmaking, it’s a quality that needs to be celebrated. Jim Carroll makes a film that we shouldn’t question a lot. We understand what we see.
Personally, the spiritual content of the film was not important to me for most of its running time. In the end, I got Carroll’s wink and digested his remark, “Forgiveness Above All”. There’s a permanent sense of humor in Black Easter this can actually help monitor the absurdity of the experience. In a few moments I actually laughed out loud.
Faith-based films do not play by the same mechanism as other films. They have a clear agenda that some will blame as extreme. Black Easter is an example of material made for a specific audience and nothing wrong with that.
As long as films aren’t harmful, I don’t see any problem with any of them. Black Easter is literally a film about the change in the passage of time with Jesus participating in a time travel system. That’s not offensive, it’s just insane. And yes, it’s fun too.