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British director Stuart Hazeldine cranks up the digital effects to give a fairly interesting interpretation of heaven, but they cannot make up for how this is a sermon, turned into a play, dressed up with computer-aided show-and-tell.
Most of its running time is taken with mollifying conversations between Mack and the movie's New Age-meets-Bible Belt oversimplifications of the Holy Trinity. It fits right into a long tradition of quasi-mystical pseudo-parables.
For churchgoers it's a nice change of scenery, a visual aid beyond stained glass to reaffirm faith. For the rest of us, it's a trap. We're reminded how cruel the world can be, and if we don't believe in Spencer's pies, we stay miserable.