After suffering through the worst day of his life, Bruce tries using his prayer beads to communicate with God, yet disregards all obvious signs from God.
Themes: Prayer, Blame, Communication, Brokenness, Anger, Foolishness, Testing God, Desperation, Suffering, God's Nature, Blasphemy, Cynicism, Neglect, Oblivious, Sign, Plea, Proclamation, Indignation, Listening
Main Idea: Signs Can Be An Unreliable Source of Divine Guidance
Scene Setup: After Bruce has a devastating argument with his girlfriend about having the worst day of his life, he takes off in his car to calm down, but the drive turns into a...
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He’s Got the Power.
Bruce Nolan, a television reporter in Buffalo, N.Y., is discontented with almost everything in life despite his popularity and the love of his girlfriend, Grace. At the end of the worst day of his life, Bruce angrily ridicules and rages against God and God responds. God appears in human form and, endowing Bruce with divine powers, challenges Bruce to take on the big job to see if he can do it any better.
MPAA: Rated PG-13 for language, sexual content, and some crude humor
Principal Cast: Jim Carrey, Jennifer Aniston, and Steve CarellDirector: Tom Shadyac
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