War Room is directed and co-written by Alex Kendrick, and it stars Priscilla Shirer and T.C. Stallings in a Christian film about a realtor that has a bad marriage going on with her husband who's verbally abusive and gives little care to everyone other then himself, and she comes across an elder lady who made a room called a war room where you put sculptures of quotes from the Bible and pray there, which got the realtor thinking more about it and think that she might get some help from the woman. The first time that I've heard about this movie was when it was on Flixster that was playing in theaters, including Cinemark which was surprising for a Christian film to be there as I don't tend to see them there, and Brad Jones tends to review those films for midnight screening. This would be the first film from the Kendrick Brothers that I've seen, which Fireproof is one of their films that I did recognize, but I'm not quite sure if I have seen that. So I thought that with this having a bit more positives, even if it's still negative, than some other Christian films, I was wondering about what they got in stored for this, and what I got from it, I wasn't really expecting this to be, this insulting to me as a Christian. The acting is not that good, and seeing that some of the actors in here were pastors before this, they probably would've been better off as pastors since I'm sure they're better at that instead. The writing by the Kendrick Brothers is insane that gives us lessons that wouldn't work if you were not a Christian, or even one. It shows us that if the husband is making bad choices, the wife is to blame for this and prays for help in terms of getting the marriage back together, and that the person shouldn't focus on the person that's ruining the marriage, but focus on the devil that's hurting it, not the person starting the problems. The jokes in here are so bad that it felt so sitcomy and might as well have a laugh track by the end of these jokes. The main plot of the film was actually done in the first hour of the film, and there's so much filler that's going nowhere on the second half, other then some plot points that wasn't mention that much, or at all, in the first hour. For Christian films in general, they can probably be preachy because it's very easy to do so, and it definitely gets so preachy, so heavy-handled, that in the last 5 minutes of the film feels like they're trying to make an army, which you don't do that in a film, you do that in propaganda videos, which this certainly felt like it. It can also be unintentionally creepy at some moments, which is always not good to know about this, and the quality of this film looks like something that I should watch on TV, which in some creepy qualities for marriage problems, more or less on Lifetime. When I finished the movie, I was so glad because I had never been this mad in a film, since probably the first Fifty Shades of Grey film, which surprised me to know that Fifty Shades Darker is better than this because that looked like a film, and some of the acting in that was pretty good, even if it wasn't that much of it. War Room might be the worst thing that I've seen that was playing in theaters, it might even be one of the worst movies that I've seen, and I only got God's Not Dead left, which has even worse reviews than this did. Didn't realize I was watching the worst times for filmmaking wise, but now I know, and it wasn't a fun sit to be in.