If you can get past the made-for-television quality it can actually be engaging.
The main goal of this movie, and the book series that the movie is based on, was to illustrate what the rapture might look like and how the remainder of humanity would deal with the situation; basically a more realistic version of “This Is The End” with Seth Rogen. Unfortunately it is still bogged down by limitations that most faith based films suffer from; low production quality and sermonizing dialog just to name a few. Nicholas Cage however does liven things up with his usual off-beat personality that any lesser actor would have made too stoic.
Not the best attempt but I did leave the theater curious about what would happen next.