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Why Christian Movies Continue To Crush It At The Box Office

https://www.businessinsider.com/why-faith-based-movies-are-doing-well-at-box-office-2014-4

 

Christian Films Making Money For Hollywood Studios  

https://www.freedomproject.com/christ-culture/597-christian-films-making-money-for-hollywood-studios

 

Stop calling Christian movies' success a 'surprise'

https://www.usatoday.com/story/life/movies/2018/03/27/stop-calling-christian-movies-success-surprise/459744002/

 

"If you're going to make something aimed at religious crowds just go the whole way — aim it at religious crowds without the secular moviegoing population, because the reality is there's a big enough audience globally for you to just make a film that's aimed directly at religious people and that's it and still succeed. It doesn't have to be everything for everyone,”

 

Facing the Giants

 

Budget: $100,000

 

Box Office

Opening weekend

$1,389,000

 

Gross (US & Canada)

$10,178,331

 

Gross (World)

$10,307,987

 

 

2006

Rated PG

Grant Taylor is a high school football coach and letting fear determine what happens in his life. He’s struggling to coach a team that has little talent on the field and he and his wife have tried to get pregnant for years without success. Grant finally realizes how his fears of failure are a huge stumbling block in his life and puts his hope and strength in God. His entire outlook changes and every aspect of his life begins moving forward. Alex Kendrick directed the film and he also played Grant Taylor. Alex and Stephen Kendrick wrote the film.

 

The Grace Card

 

Budget

$200,000

Box Office

Opening weekend

$1,040,000

 

Gross (US & Canada)

$2,430,735

 

Gross (World)

$2,430,735

 

 

2010

Rated PG-13

Bill ‘Mac’ McDonald is a preacher and police officer that learns that his partner Sam Wright feels like life is falling apart and it goes back to when he lost his first son. As they drive around together fighting crime, Mac feels like he is failing as a preacher because he had no idea the pain and suffering Sam felt everyday or how to help him. Sam is at a place where he desperately needs God’s grace and Mac feels convicted to preach and live what God’s grace is. Howard Klausner wrote the film script and David G. Evans directed the movie.

 

 

 

Fireproof

 

Budget

$500,000

Box Office

Opening weekend

$6,836,036

 

Gross (US & Canada)

$33,456,317

 

Gross (World)

$33,473,297

 

 

2008

Rated PG

Caleb (played by Kirk Cameron) and Catherine Holt have been married for 10 years and are headed toward divorce. They constantly find fault in each other and the bitter feelings turned to resentment long ago. Caleb’s father challenges him to take The Love Dare and at first he is frustrated and disappointed, but then things begin to change and hope is renewed. Alex Kendrick and Stephen Kendrick wrote the film with Alex directing it.

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