The faith-based family comedy hit the silver screen on Nov. 14 for a limited time only.
Evangelical Christian and 80s sitcom megastar Kirk Cameron’s latest film opens to decent numbers, despite being panned by critics on Rotten Tomatoes, reports The Wrap.
The movie, titled Saving Christmas, was written and directed by famed music video director Darren Doane. The story focuses on a Christmas party where the guest, Cameron, tries to keep the celebration centered on Christ.
“The most important part about Christmas is the first six letters,” Cameron writes on his personal website while promoting the film.
Doane, who also has a major role, is set as a disenfranchised Christian, and the two reportedly butt heads about the meaning of Christmas. In Cameron’s usual fashion, he draws the plot and characters closer to God, allowing the fictional family to enjoy the holiday together.