What Would Jesus Do?



Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 62%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 62%
IMDb Rating 5 10 672


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December 28, 2020


Adam Gregory as Max Walker
John Schneider as The Drifter
Maxine Bahns as Virginia
Terrell Ransom Jr. as Bible School Student
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862.8 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
94 min
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English 2.0
23.976 fps
94 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by acheapmom 7 / 10 / 10

Fairly good movie...watch with family!

This movie's story is roughly based on a wonderful old Christian classic book "In His Steps" by Chas Sheldon. As in the movie, a church service is disrupted by a drifter (John Schneider) who wonders aloud about his and others' suffering in the face of Christians who don't seem to notice or...help. It is pretty good where you see the powerful folks start to amend andnot only help individuals...but also...the slumlord will now improve/restore housing to the poor, and the local media head (the owner of the town paper) will cover the coming mayoral election...properly. Their church building, unlike the book, is scheduled to be destroyed so a casino can be built. but the stranger's words to the congregation and to others in the city of Raymond do propel to ask themselves. "What would Jesus do?" Indeed, there is a difference! The film is scripted fairly decently and is suitable for families to view.

Reviewed by ltcarizona-1 2 / 10 / 10

Great Motivational Christian Movie

Those who rate this movie poorly are missing the intent of the movie and I guess to understand the intent you would have to understand WWJD. Any believer in Jesus believes in what the movie is trying to get across which it did very well. A stranger comes to a town, like many of ours, where the people place everything in their lives ahead of any thought of faith in Jesus. They are pursing what has often happened in the Old Testament wherein sin rules. This movie did for me and I am sure others who have watched it that when we make decisions in life and we are unsure what we should do, we should ask "What Would Jesus Do." I intend to use this movie as the subject of our church's Bible study group.

Reviewed by herosguild 2 / 10 / 10

They don't know what Jesus would do...

I really like John Schneider. From the nostalgia of looking back to the Dukes of Hazzard from my childhood, to my near obsession with Superman and Smallville, John has always been a draw for me. Hence the reason I watched this movie, knowing exactly what I was in for. The acting: for an independent film, these actors gave their best, but as the other reviewers said, its not Hollywood. In some ways that's actually a good thing. But these people were 'acting' rather than 'being' their characters and it showed. The plot: certainly look for clichés and unrealistic transformations of the characters throughout the movie. At one point, the preacher (I refuse to incorrectly refer to him as a "pastor" as the movie does) is robbed, says a few heartfelt words and the crook suddenly goes with him to get a cup of coffee. IRL that never happens. Transformations of the conscience from sin to penitence are longer, harder, and way more powerful than "hey, I feel your pain. Wanna go get a cup of coffee?" The main reason for this review, though, is an examination of the point of the movie. Unfortunately this movie epitomizes the shallow, feel-good view most people in denominational "Christianity" have of the Bible. The message the movie wants to portray is a good one. "Think about what Jesus would do, then do that." But those who put this film together don't really have a firm grasp of what Jesus would do. Jesus spent 3.5 years preaching the Truth as God intended it. He NEVER said "just do what feels right in your heart." In fact, God said that the human heart is deceitful (Jer. 17:9). It is the part that is corrupted and needs to be changed in order to obey the gospel by being immersed in water into Christ (Romans 6:17-18; 1 Pet. 3:21). A sinner who leads with the heart is doomed to eternal damnation. God said instead "come let us reason together" (Isa. 1:18), that the "word of God saves us" (James 1:21). This movie has little more than the milk, the surface presentation of the do good to others, (that Christians should do!) but with little real look into the reality of the world and how Christians should really change it. John Schneider's character came the closest, answering the conflicts he faced by quoting scripture, much as Jesus did in Matt. 4. To summarize, then: Do you want to know what Jesus would do? Go read 2 Timothy 2:15 and John 14:31. (KJV) Everyone else is Prov. 12:1.

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