This is the zillionth movie I think to use the rapture (which is biblically questionable) as a dramatic element in a movie. The film like most PureFlix movies has a limited budget and it shows here more than their others because of how far you can tell they stretched it. The visual style of the film is far too contrasty with some very weird colors that are pushed way too hard. The acting and dialog is pretty bad overall and message wise it has some pretty bad theological problems. I thought nobody could know the "day nor the hour?" yet this film says just the opposite at the end. I wouldn't waste your money on this one.
This is kind of "Ground Hog Day" meets the rapture, only without the humor and innuendos. I thought this movie was very well done and presented the gospel nicely and info about the rapture while being entertaining & engaging. Definitely worth buying.
The acting was good and it had action so that it would keep a non believer interested. I wasn't able to guess the next scene which in alot of movies are so predictable. The message was clear that we need Jesus as our Savior.