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Elder Jones
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The Daughter
Robert Lynn Mock ...
The Man
Clara Susan Morey II ...
The Lady
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The Man with the Bike
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Elder Sayer
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Elder Raven
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Jack Gonzales ...
The Postal Worker
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Man with Buddha
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Man at Estate Sale
Fortune Diginee ...
Man #1
David L.J. George ...
Chair Man
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Two young Mormon missionaries wake up to find themselves evicted from the house, where they had been renting rooms from a now deceased widow. Unbeknownst to the Elders, the widows daughter has come to settle the estate, evict them and have an estate sale all in one day. The two missionaries awake to find people rummaging through their belongings asking 'Is this for sale?'. The day takes some twists and turns as Elder Jones and Elder Smith ride their bikes to pick up a Birthday package for Elder Smith. The elders bikes are unfortunately backed over at the post office and they end up bumming a ride with an older but kindly man. The Elders hope to return home quickly but their new friend has other plans. They are soon off going from one strange adventure to another. The elders wonder what on earth they have gotten themselves into but before the day is out their view of the old man and themselves changes. We live in world of sorrow and pain but all it takes is one person unafraid to make ... Written by Anonymous

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I wouldn't call this the worst movie ever, oh wait, yes, I would....
12 September 2003 | by (Houston, TX) – See all my reviews

This year the Bennifer flop "Gigli" was panned unmercifully by critics. Perhaps some of that criticism should have been given to this disaster of a movie. Read the plot summary? Seen a picture of two missionaries, an old man and a dog? Then you've seen the movie. Save your seven dollars and seventy minutes of your time. Fifteen minutes into the film I had to ask myself "Am I really watching this? Is this as awful as I think it is?" And the answer is yes, a thousand times, yes! Half way through it seemed like some bad documentary. Because they were definitely making it up as they went along. I think the plot summary for the movie was the script. Horrible acting, bad cinematography, awful editing and writing. Seeing this movie was like going through a great personal tragedy and coming out on top; every other movie seems to be just a little bit better than this one. And I saw Rugrats Go Wild! The best part of the movie was the end, after the credits, when we went out for ice cream.


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