Let There Be Light

Genre:  Drama
Running Time:  100 min.
Release Date: February 9, 2018 (limited)
DVD: February 27, 2018
Blu-ray: February 27, 2018

Current rating: Rating: 4.65
based on 234 votes and 85 reviews
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Cast: Kevin Sorbo, Sam Sorbo, Daniel Roebuck


After the death of his young son Davey, Sol Harkens (Kevin Sorbo, who also directs this screenplay co-written by his wife, Sam Sorbo) blames God. He goes on speaking tours and becomes a world famous atheist with a bestselling book, titled Aborting God.

When Sol has a near-death experience in a car accident, he's declared legally dead for a period of four minutes in the ambulance ride to the hospital. The doctor pronounces it a miracle when Sol not only survives, but fully recovers. Sol reveals that during that four-minute period of time, he saw Davey. Unable to comprehend the experience, he goes to a priest for guidance and begins to see things differently.

Director: Kevin Sorbo
Studio: Atlas Distribution Company
Producer(s): Warren Ostergard, Sam Sorbo, Dan Gordon, James Quattrochi
Screenplay: Dan Gordon, Sam Sorbo

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  • 5 stars "Seems like a lot of the reviewers are writing based on personal politics and haven't actually seen the movie. It is a good drama, also family friendly, and Kevin Sorbo is good in this. Other actors good too."
  • 5 stars "Very nice movie. Absolutely true about many things. Especially about black ISIS and islam that they believe in."
  • 1 star "Another piece of religious pulp put out to draw these "believers" into a theatre to watch another fairy tale. What kind of review do you expect them to write when they believe in such hogwash as "god created this vast universe."Sure he did! There is also such a thing as Santa Claus. Give us a break. The last decent religious movie I saw was the one about the Catholic priests who abused children."