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Mortal Sins (1989)

The widely publicized murder of the Reverend Park Sung results in the disruption of Malcolm Rollins' respected and profitable Divine Church of the People, a financial empire which has ... See full summary »

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Park Sung
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Nathan Weinschank
Ginger Donelson ...
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Mary Carol Johnson ...
Gospel Singer #1
Steve Watkins ...
Gospel Singer #2
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Malcolm Rollins
Anna Berger ...
Mother Weinschank
Stephen Stout ...
Tom Gaston
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Paul Martin (as Frank S. Palmer)
Joe Gioco ...
Panhandler
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Elliot Schmeckler
William Cain ...
Grover Carswell
Brick Hartney ...
Billy Beau Backus
Leslie Caveny ...
Darlene Backus
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The widely publicized murder of the Reverend Park Sung results in the disruption of Malcolm Rollins' respected and profitable Divine Church of the People, a financial empire which has positioned itself along the corporate Manhattan skyline.

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October 1989 (USA)  »

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God's Payroll  »

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Six Nights A Week
Performed by The Crests
Written by Evelyn, Billy Dawn Smith (as Smith)
Published by Paxwin Music Co., BMI
By arrangement with Post Records c/o Original Sound Entertainment
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Lifeless thriller
24 February 2017 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

I saw this one on Amazon Prime under the title DANGEROUS OBSESSION. It comes as little surprise that nobody has bothered reviewing it before because it really isn't worth reviewing. The whole thing is a waste of time, a non-starter right from the outset. The only thing going for it is that it has a background of TV evangelism and religion-as-business, which is never really covered in the movies all that well. The Moonies also seem to be a big inspiration here.

The story is about the murder of a TV preacher and the subsequent investigation. There's a lot of stuff about a rich and ruthless businessman with scenes set in his offices and the like. It's very low budget with no action or incident. The main character is just a lackey who goes around romancing a couple of women before the big twist at the climax, which really isn't worth waiting for. The worst thing about this one? It's a toss-up between the lifeless characters and the static shooting style.


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