Secular critics are dismissing the new film I Can Only Imagine as nothing more than Christian "catnip."
But meanwhile, whether they like it or not, this little film is giving the big-budget, star-studded "spirituality" movie A Wrinkle in Time some intense competition at the box office.
Will Hollywood finally get the message?
I Can Only Imagine is the true story of a young man who endured a childhood of unimaginable abuse, but went on to write one of the most popular and beloved songs of all time.
But a movie has to have more than an inspirational story to be a success.
How does I Can Only Imagine measure up?