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While Christian audiences will no doubt embrace this heavily proselytizing drama, secular viewers are likely to feel like they've been accosted by a street corner preacher.
The Sorbos, and benefactor Hannity, eventually soften their scare tactics in old-school tearjerking and a tech/design package that's above-average for the genre.
For its intended audience, "Let There Be Light" should prove an involving bonanza of conservative, Christian-centric ideals, mores and speechifying.
Another bit of religious propaganda that wears its intentions on its sleeve, which wouldn't be so bad if it weren't so hackneyed, anti-Muslim, and silly.
It's a good message, delivered badly.
Everything is rushed in the movie, including the tear-jerker ending. None of these characters are really believable, but I have to give it up for Sorbo, he does a pretty good acting job, while playing a poorly-written character.
Sam Sorbo delivers the year's best Kleenex-clutching moment in this warm redemption tale.
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