Kirk Cameron’s ‘Saving Christmas’ Hits New Low: Official Worst Movie In IMDB History!
Kirk Cameron has been working overtime trying to save his film, Saving Christmas, but after this bit of news, maybe it’s time for him to try and start saving face. IMDB reports that Saving Christmas is officially the worst movie in IMDB history as reported by Patheos.
The reviews have been so horrendous for Saving Christmas that Kirk Cameron has taken to his own Facebook to beg his followers to deluge Rotten Tomatoes with good reviews to boost the film’s rating. Inquisitr previously reports that Saving Christmas had an average rating of 2.9 out of 10. We all know what that means.
As Cameron’s Saving Christmas hits rock bottom, let’s take a look at a few movie titles that actually scored a higher rating on the worst movie list on IMDB. Saving Christmas received a whopping 1.3. A movie called Breaking Wind scored a 2.5, Blubberella: 2.6, Santa Claus Conquers the Martians: 2.5, The Tony Blair Witch Project: 2.5, Lawnmower Man: 2.3, and one final flop, Santa With Muscles at 2.3.
It’s certain that Cameron had good intentions with his film, which cost producers $2.5 million that they may never see again. It seems as though Cameron wants the world to remember that Christ should be the center of Christmas, however, the storyline may not be well enough developed for viewers to grasp that concept. It seems as though the moviegoers can’t get past the bad acting and cheesy filmmaking.
IMDB gives a full synopsis of the storyline.
“Kirk is enjoying the annual Christmas party extravaganza thrown by his sister until he realizes he needs to help out Christian, his brother-in-law who has a bad case of the bah-humbugs. Kirk’s fresh look at Christmas provides Christian the chance to see Christ is where He has always been: at the center of our Christmas celebrations and traditions.”
According to Samuel Warde, the storyline comes across as Kirk “convincing his brother-in-law that all of the materialism associated with the holiday is, in fact, all good and well because it is how we honor Jesus.” Samuel Warde goes on to say, “A thinking individual might be confused as to how celebrating materialism puts the “Christ” back into Christmas when Jesus despised materialism.”
Unfortunately for Kirk Cameron, it seems as though all his efforts to save his film Saving Christmas are moot. Samuel Warde has posted moviegoer reviews that may actually make you laugh much harder than if you paid full price to go see the film in the theater.
“Simply HORRIBLE! Could not sit through all of the crap. Tried to get a refund, but no luck. Don’t waste your money, give your $10 + the cost of popcorn to a homeless family, do something ACTUALLY Christian!” – Mark S
“The thing that so impressed me about this movie was the closing credits. They were manna from Heaven after this soul-sucking ordeal. Well, I was impressed by the closing credits, and how the teams of EMTs shouting ‘CLEAR!’ as they tried to revive several audience members who’d tried to end their own lives rather than sit through this movie, sounded like a sort of round-robin chorus of abandoned hope. The star, Kirk Cameron, is an evangelical Christian who not only believes in eternal salvation, he tries to sap the will to live in this world from his audience through his demonically bad acting. This is a can’t-miss motion picture if you’ve recently lost the power of sight and want to stop yourself from longing for visual entertainment.” – Gina C
“I would rather a video of a stranger passing a tapeworm while picking lice nits out of my own chest hair than watch this drivel. They should have named this movie ‘Hurting Christ.'” – Chris B
“I get that he wants to bring the world to Christ. His intentions are honorable because at the end of the day he is really just trying to ‘save us’. That being said his energy and efforts would be better put towards sitting quietly in the basement of an abandoned house with no lights on for the next fifty years. This makes a vasectomy seem entertaining.” – Roy W
“”I’ve had hemorrhoids more enjoyable than this movie.” – John M
According to Patheos, it is possible that Kirk Cameron may blame the crash of his film on Christian persecution. However, Patheos reminds us that the blockbuster Christian film God’s Not Dead received a 5 star rating on IMDB.
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