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That is so gay on so many levels I can't even sum it up! For one, religion is gay, and then this film just proves how gay religion is!!! I have nothing against gay people or anything, but I really don't even see the point in this at all. Unless you're gay, you probably won't either. I would recommend spending 15 minutes on anything more productive or entertaining, like taking a crap, for instance. I really wish I wouldn't have wasted my time on this one. Go mow the lawn or clean the bathroom or something. You will have a much better time and you'll feel much more satisfied. This one is a complete waste of time, IMO. It's like one man's statement about being gay and religious. If that's entertainment to you, then you'll love it.
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