Welcome to another special installment of Drunken Philosophy At The Movies! Normally on this podcast we'd be discussing a philosophy topic, but this week we watched a philosophical movie (sort of). The film God's Not Dead is a christian propaganda film that takes place in a philosophy class (sort of) and attempts to explore both sides of the argument for the existence of God (not really). It also happens to be terribly written, terribly directed, and terribly acted all of which makes it terribly fun to watch and pick apart. You don't have to have seen the movie to enjoy this episode, but if you want a good laugh, there are plenty of places to steal it for free on the internet. Next week we'll be back to the regular format, have no fear!