In a groundbreaking achievement for the film industry, Jon Erwin, director of the Christian film “Jesus Revolution,” has become the first director to receive four A+ CinemaScores for his work.
The announcement was made by CinemaScore, a research firm that measures audience satisfaction for newly released films.
“Jesus Revolution,” which was released in February 2023, tells the story of a group of young people who become followers of Jesus during the Jesus Movement of the 1970s. The film has received critical acclaim for its powerful storytelling and uplifting message, and audiences have responded with overwhelming positivity.
The four A+ CinemaScores for “Jesus Revolution” represent an extraordinary accomplishment for Erwin, who has already made a name for himself as a director of faith-based films. His previous films, including “I Can Only Imagine” and “Woodlawn,” have also received high CinemaScores, but “Jesus Revolution” is the first to achieve the highest possible rating from every surveyed audience member. Erwin expressed his gratitude for the response to “Jesus Revolution” and the impact he hopes it will have on audiences.
According to a certain Jonathan on Twitter, who posted about the win of the faith-based movie director. He said; With Jesus Revolution, Jon Erwin becomes the first director to ever have four movies receive an A+ Cinemascore, following Woodlawn, I Can Only Imagine, and American Underdog.
With Jesus Revolution, Jon Erwin becomes the first director to ever have four movies receive an A+ Cinemascore, following Woodlawn, I Can Only Imagine, and American Underdog. https://t.co/29YuUWNGAS
— Jonathan (@jonathanmb32) February 25, 2023
The four A+ CinemaScores for “Jesus Revolution” are a testament to the power of Erwin’s storytelling and the impact that faith-based films can have on audiences. As the film continues to screen in theaters across the country, it’s clear that it is touching the hearts of viewers and leaving a lasting impression.