After Jake Cooper tragically dies in a car wreck, his younger brother Bobby decides he needs to find heaven, where is brother now is. With the Cooper family in shock and grieving in all the wrong ways, Bobby and his sister Trish set out on a silly adventure to figure out where heaven is. What they find as a result helps them grow as kids, maybe?
Production Quality (-1 points)
Finding Cooper’s Heaven (whatever that really means) looks like it was filmed with a flip phone, hands down. This is among the worst productions we have ever viewed, mostly due to weird close-up shots, blurry video quality, and awful background noises, not to mention the general lack of good audio quality and the presence of overdubbed lines. The soundtrack is also loud and invasive. Camera work is also very dizzying at times, and lighting is fairly poor in most scenes. The whole experience seems very amateurish, as random, unrelated footage is included throughout, as well as weird slow-motion sequences that are off-putting. The use of cheesy sound effects and special effects also makes for an undesirable experience. Thus, the horridness of this production is enough to warrant negative points.
Plot and Storyline Quality (0 points)
Besides the extremely childish premise, message, and storyline, the Christian elements are very juvenile as well. The characters therein are empty and cardboard as they try way too hard in zany fashions to be comedic. This ‘plot’ is funny for all the wrong reasons, because you either have to laugh at it or become depressed that this sort of garbage is even made. Full of head-scratching and eye-rolling sequences, this storyline is utterly pointless and purposeless. Thus, it is not justifiable, and it generally lacks potential in every way.
Acting Quality (0 points)
As if other elements were not bad enough, the acting is basically cringeworthy as many of the cast members are extremely awkward. Line delivery is downright terrible as many lines are either mumbled or seemingly incorrect due to being done in only one take. Emotions are quite juvenile and robotic, with heavy doses of obnoxious yelling and screaming. Cast members seem generally unsure of themselves as coaching is noticeably absent. In the end, this punctuates a bad experience all around.
Of all the movies that don’t get made, garbage like this film gets made. How is it possible, first of all, to make a film this bad? Secondly, how it is possible to get it finished, released, and distributed? The mind boggles, but that’s the entertainment world we live in, I guess. We can just hope that no one sees garbage like this and that the prevalence of such things becomes less and less.
Final Rating: -1 out of 10 points