Martian Garcia announces to his parents that not only is he proud to have converted to Atheism, but he intends to tell his whole family on Christmas. His parents then disown him on the spot... See full summary »

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Abraham Alvarez ...
Father Rodriguez
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Jesus
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Barbara Ruiz (as Latricia Cruz)
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Michelle Carmen Gomez ...
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Karmin Murcelo ...
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Martian Garcia announces to his parents that not only is he proud to have converted to Atheism, but he intends to tell his whole family on Christmas. His parents then disown him on the spot, and they turn to his Aunt Patrica, who turns the rest of his family against him, and she's determined to either bring him back to the fold or kill him trying. Written by B&M

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Great idea, good script, hampered by low budget
27 January 2002 | by (Berkeley, CA) – See all my reviews

This movie says a lot that really needed to be said. Alas, despite my enthusiasm for the message of the movie - which is very irreligious - I felt a little let down at the end. The script was actually very good, apart from a rather lacklustre ending. The acting, on the other hand, was often mediocre, despite some excellent cameos by Ian Abercrombie as Zeus and Andrew Scudiero and John Capodice as a couple of confused Jehovah's Witnesses. Mostly the film suffered from poor timing - much of it had a stilted feel to it - the blame for which must be laid at the director's feet. Nevertheless there was much to be admired in the movie; the editing was well done, Carlos Leon did a pretty good job in the lead and there were some pretty hilarious moments throughout. I don't think this is going to be a breakout success or a cult hit, but it's thought provoking and makes me look forward to the next film by John Medoza. Any atheists out there should make an effort to get a hold of Blasphemy.


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