Nicolas Cage's Left Behind is slightly better than Kirk Cameron's Left Behind. (But to be fair, if both movies were made at the same time and with the same budget, that might not be true.)
For the first time in 15 years, Cage is not the worst actor in a movie he stars in. (You might think this belongs in the "Pros" section, but I only watch his movies for the train-wreck that is his career.)
It's a christian theme that not even a christian could love.
In a movie about a time when millions suddenly disappear, a plane is thrown into mutiny, and the world falls into mass-chaos... very little happens in Left Behind.