"Forgive Me Father" tells the story of Virgil Garrett, an intensely frightening, yet strangely sympathetic and sublime character. Garrett was once a ruthless and feared hit man for ... See full summary »

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Father Virgil Garrett
Rich Komenich ...
Izzy Goldman
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Frank Ransom
Chris Elbert ...
Tony Ransom
Jeff Bass ...
Mike Ransom
Alexander Hill ...
Clarence Garrett
Jack Rooney ...
George Haney
Rebecca O'Gorman ...
Lt. Lena Sohms
Stephen Jon Cohen ...
Detective Gil Lansing
John E. Blazier ...
Father Allston
Brad Griffiths ...
Detective Jacobs
Derrick Perkins ...
Nigerian Leader
K.A. Killebrew ...
Nigerian #1
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James Penn ...
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"Forgive Me Father" tells the story of Virgil Garrett, an intensely frightening, yet strangely sympathetic and sublime character. Garrett was once a ruthless and feared hit man for organized crime boss, Frank Ransom (played by Charles Napier), until he faked his own death, to get out of the "business". Unbeknownst to almost everyone, Virgil Garrett has spent the past twelve years living and working in Canada as a Roman Catholic priest. Now, a mysterious message brings Garrett back from the "dead", like a dragon woken from a long sleep. He learns that his brother Clarence (played by Alexander Hill), has been senselessly murdered, gunned down by Frank Ransom's cocksure son, Tony (played by Chris Elbert), and four of his criminal cohorts. Garrett now makes a transformation and returns to his old ways, but with a different purpose. He is now the personification of retribution with a Bible in his hand and a divine wrath in his heart. Caught up in Garrett's reprisal are three figures from ... Written by The Myriad Entertainment Group, LLC

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It's time to meet your Maker... and the ultimate instrument of judgment!


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Rated R for strong brutal violence, pervasive language, and for sexuality/nudity | See all certifications »
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10 May 2002 (Canada)  »

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Box Office

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$3,642 (USA) (26 January 2001)

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$3,642 (USA) (26 January 2001)
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Actor, Brad Griffiths quit the production three times until he was released permanently by producer/director, Ivan Rogers. See more »

Quotes

Father Virgil Garrett: I want you to repeat after me. Forgive me Father, for I have sinned.
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Depressingly Bad, Yet Oddly Enjoyable
25 January 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

While wandering through Wal-Mart, I came across their $1 DVD shelves and saw this bad boy. There's a good reason that this film is only a dollar and it's because most people with a working brain wouldn't pay anymore for it. It's a terrible, wannabe blaxploitation film, but it's still pretty fun to watch, and laugh at.

To be totally honest, I've seen better actors on Barney and Friends. I really liked the idea of a former hit-man turned priest turned back to hit-man but it seems the producers didn't execute it very well. It was also way too long. It'd definitely a good movie for a laugh and probably would have been better if I had seen it with some friends.

If you're bored and low on cash, go to Wal-Mart, pick this up and enjoy. Don't expect much of anything but still be prepared to be entertained.


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