Being the son of God can be trying: half the people you meet expect you to pull a miracle out of a hat without hesitation, and the other half just don't accept that you exist. The upside, of course, is that you have impeccable hipster style, unbeatable kung fu skills, and a direct (if unpredictably weird) line to the big man upstairs.
In all of cinema, God has been portrayed by a countless array of actors - like Morgan Freeman, Graham Chapman (using W.G. Grace's visage), Alanis Morissette, and George Burns - but only one movie depicts Him as a bowl of ice cream. That would be Jesus Christ Vampire Hunter, an obscure cult movie from the early aughts that pits Jesus against vampires preying on Ottawa's lesbian population.
It's every bit as strange as you might expect, but nothing's more out there than a conversation Jesus has with his dad, who chooses to appear in the form of a yummy ice cream sundae. Brought to life courtesy of a sock puppet.