Generally unfavorable reviews - based on 12 Critics

Critic score distribution:
  1. Positive: 1 out of 12
  2. Negative: 7 out of 12
  1. Reviewed by: Cody Clark
    Hark! A Christian thriller about the Last Days that doesn't (totally) suck. That's got to be a sign of the times.
  2. With an appealing lead in Cameron, and a nicely brisk pace, there's a decent, midlevel Apocalypse movie here. But be aware that you will have to peel away several pages of the Bible to get to it.
  3. Reviewed by: Joe Leydon
    Might be extremely effective while preaching to the converted, but it's no great shakes as secular entertainment.
  4. 40
    This picture's b-movie values probably play better on video than in theaters.
  5. Seems perfectly timed to coincide with the ascension to office of George W. Bush. It's a clunky effort Bush could have written and directed.
  6. Piously acted, stiffly directed, and infused with a view of world politics that might charitably be described as delusional.
  7. For all its intimations of fire and brimstone, the film isn't remotely frightening, and the high-school-level acting doesn't help.
  8. 25
    A slow-moving, dirt-dull narrative crammed with clunky expository dialogue and obscure Biblical references.
  9. Reviewed by: Tom Keogh
    Watching Left Behind's plodding screen adaptation may make you feel the Deity has already abandoned us to a shockingly dull post-apocalypse.
  10. A blundering cringefest, thanks to unintentionally laughable dialogue, hackneyed writing and uninspired direction.
  11. It's well-shot and well-edited by Hollywood standards, though special effects don't reach the top Hollywood level. The stars have their hearts in their work: Cameron and Johnson don't have great depth but give their all. Currie makes a subtle villain.
  12. The loosely scripted story is further burdened with clunky dialogue and performances, shoddy continuity.

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