Great movie with good acting in my opinion. I like how the answers to the interviewers questions are never answered directly answered . GOD knows the interviewer has the answers and lets him figures alot of these questions on his own . Very thought provoking and I enjoyed the movie . I dont understand the poor reviews . I think alot of these people are a little to harsh . Well done .
An Interview with God (2018) 720p YIFY Movie
An Interview with God (2018)
An Interview with God is a movie starring Brenton Thwaites, David Strathairn, and Yael Grobglas. An up-and-coming journalist finds his world and faith increasingly challenged when he's granted the interview of a lifetime - with...
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Paul Asher, an up-and-coming journalist, returns home from covering the war in Afghanistan and finds his life is falling apart - his marriage is failing and he's in the grips of a personal crisis he doesn't yet understand. Even more pressing, a soldier that Paul befriended in Afghanistan is struggling at home and Paul is desperately trying to help him. But, Paul's life takes a strange twist when he's offered an interview that he finds impossible to resist - an interview with someone who claims to be God.
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Thought ProvokingReviewed bypemaherVote: 10/10
What if you were walking through the park one day? The sun's shining. People are jogging nearby. Some old men are playing Chess. Then, you stop walking and turn to see this man sitting there, staring at you. It's like he was waiting for you, and for some reason, you move toward him, sit down on the opposite side of the Chess table. And he seemed like any other person, just another human, but what if he wasn't? What if he revealed from the beginning who he really was? Would you still listen?Some of us have seen terrible things, things that will change us, whether we admit it to ourselves or not, and those terrible things can derail us. It can shake our foundation, crack it open, and if not careful, we could be swallowed up by the abyss beneath it. Others just stumble over the cracks, trying not to fall, but when they fall, is there anyone really there to catch them? What if he appears out of the blue, willing to give answers to questions constantly asked? Would we believe him, or would we call him a Prince of lies? How could we wrap our mortal minds around the conversations with him, and why would he come to us? What would make us different, or is it because we have reached our end?If our lives have reached the end of their story, what would you do? What would you do with the answers that he had given? Would you throw them away, or would you share them? Would you help others, try to erase the bad that had fell upon them? Would you chase after love and hold onto it as long as you could? We never want to know when it's over, but we can't live forever. And time is a precious thing, sands in an hourglass that are counting down to that last grain, and when that last grain falls, that's it. But we are not gone yet, so what would you do if you had an Interview with God?
People are going around saying that Morgan Freeman should have played God here, but David Strathairn does a pretty good job. I was impressed by the acting from both of the two leads. Brenton Thwaites clears his name a little performance wise and shows that he's cabable of more than what he's been offered in the past. It's a straightforward setup, a guy is gonna interview a man who tells him that he's God. From there on it starts out interesting. There's clever dialuge thrown back and forth. And yes, my attention very clearly on every word said. But as soon as we move away from the interview aspect the story crumbles. It's never as interesting as those interview parts. I know there's effort there, but its approach to tell the mundane story didn't latch on to me.
Lookswise it's nothing that stands out. Simple framing and narrative. But honestly they didn't need to push the execution. The simplicity is good enough when watching two characters have interesting things to say. Speaking of that, the film definetely should have put more focus on the actual conversations. Because that's what held my attention. The stuff that happens in between went with the convoluted "we gotta have these curvballs of drama and mishy-mashy, sugar-coat, sweet turning points". Jeez, it's ok movie. The conversation of what a man and a God can have about life (and whetever else) is your great subject. Use it wisely. To be fair, the Journalists story that you follow isn't bad per say. I's uneventful compared to what this movie could have reached. The third act almost fell apart, which made it end on a very safe note.
So it's an OK little movie. The conversation scenes and performances were good. The rest is merely your usual soap opera. Last thing to say is that it's not that long and decently easy to watch.