Apparently, the film only focus's on the hours immediately following the Rapture. It does not cover everything that the first book includes, but is more specifically concentrate on the first few hours and the chaos of the world in the wake of millions of people vanishing with no explanation.
The film is being panned by critics. One film critic Richard Roeper says the problem is in the execution of the material, not the premise of the movie. He says everything feels forced and clunky.
Another review I read took a different angle to say the movie asks a very important question, "Are you ready for when the Lord comes?"
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