Michael was randomly abandoned by his wife while Rick’s wife and daughter died in a car wreck. Rick hates God now but Michael is still a perfect role model for his son. Rick has let his life fall into shambles, but Michael and his son reach out to Rick and his son and try to help them with stuff. After hanging around the doing stuff for a while, tragedy suddenly strikes these characters and they will have to try to face it together.
Production Quality (0 points)
Seriously, this movie looks like it was filmed with a camcorder on the cloudiest days possible. We’ve seen some doozies when it comes to bad productions, but Fathers really takes the cake. There are absolutely no positive elements here as everything about this production is terrible and horrific in every possible way. From blurry video quality to shaky camera work to horrible audio quality to a loud soundtrack to highly unprofessional sets, this film is unrivaled, except for unforgettable gems like Final: The Rapture or My Refuge. As if it matters, there is also no editing. Just when we think we’ve seen it all, along comes another medieval production. How does this stuff get made?
Plot and Storyline Quality (0 points)
With barely any plot or purpose to speak of, Fathers mindlessly slogs along until the time is up. Full of meandering emptiness and utter pointlessness, there is no clear story here to speak of. Whatever point is trying to be conveyed here is totally lost in the disaster that this film is. The characters therein in are totally empty and laughable, burping out garbled dialogue here and there. Though there is an attempt at a plot twist near the end of the story, it’s just too little too late. Words can’t even begin to describe how inept this film is.
Acting Quality (0 points)
If the Rossetti’s team goal was to find and cast the most awkward white people Walmart has to offer, then they succeeded with flying colors. They succeeded in mumbling at least half of their lines and demonstrating to most dorky emotions ever. They constantly repeat phrases like ‘you know’ over and over again. At this point, it must be considered how much those involved in this film actually cared about what it looked like in the end.
There is little else we can say. If you want a good laugh, you simply have to see this one for yourself. If you don’t laugh, then you have to cry at the fact that this kind of stuff is made in the name of Christian film. Money was spent on this and somehow it was released as a feature length film. The only thing we can ask is why. Why, why, why, why, why, why, why. Why.
Final Rating: 0 out of 10 points
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From the poor kid who looks like his wisdom teeth were just taken out and he has some sort of gum infection, to the multiple lowlife characters, to the less-than-compelling dialogue, this movie really has it all. The casting job on Fathers looks like some aspiring Christian filmmakers went down to the local Walmart and rounded up everybody looking to make some quick cash, then threw in some needy church members to make it look better. These types of “Christian movies” are exactly what the culture expects from us. Isn’t it time we gave them something better?