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Blasphemy the Movie (2001)

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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... See full summary »

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Abraham Alvarez ...
Father Rodriguez
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Uncle Richard
Steve Broussard ...
Jesus
John Capodice ...
Jehova's Witness
Tricia Cruz ...
Barbara Ruiz (as Latricia Cruz)
Yelyna De Leon ...
Aunt Martha
Michelle Carmen Gomez ...
Cousin Michelle
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Martin Garcia
Irene Olga López ...
Anglea Garcia
Karmin Murcelo ...
Aunt Patricia
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Robert Garcia
Andrew Scudiero ...
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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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crude. that's about the only thing i can say about this 'atheist's movie'
3 March 2005 | by (Groningen, Netherlands) – See all my reviews

I rented this because it said the following on the bottom of the front of the tape: "if you liked Dogma, you're going to love this". I'd like to think that's the biggest bit of blasphemy in or about this movie.

It isn't what I'd call blasphemous as such, as far as movies in this genre go, it just offers you a litany of chewed-out comments and clichés as reasons for why god shouldn't exist, with only one or two valid questions, the rest being moot, and prays (excuse the pun) it will convince you that God cannot exist

I would have hoped that those who felt like they needed to present yet another movie to impress the viewer one shouldn't believe in god, but i'd like to argue it doesn't do that at all, in fact all it really convinced me of is that believers and non-believers are alike in many ways.

There are a lot of people that do not understand how to respect other people's beliefs, and the makers of this film strongly believe that anyone who is a believer *cannot* accept nor recognize that it is actually possible to live by a moral code that is not based on the often contradictory beliefs expressed in the Holy Book, nor can they understand how someone that *does* live by it is able to do just that unquestioningly.

The ending is about the only thing that made me laugh, and that was out of sheer incredulity


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