Flop: Rob Reiner’s ‘God & Country’ Fails to Convert Audiences

Liberal director Rob Reiner faces backlash as his film questioning the Christianity of Trump voters, “God & Country: The Rise Of Christian Nationalism,” tanks at the box office, grossing just over $38,000 nationwide.

The film’s critique of “Christian nationalism” resonated with liberal critics but alienated audiences, continuing Reiner’s struggle since 2005’s “The Bucket List.”

While political themes have succeeded in other films, Reiner’s approach risks polarizing viewers.

Director Dan Partland, known for “Unfit: The Psychology of Donald Trump,” aims to expose the intertwining of Christianity and politics. This flop signals challenges for Hollywood’s attempts to politicize religion, contrasting with successes like “Jesus Camp” in 2005.

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