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Reconciled (2004)

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Franklin McDowell embarks on a journey to kill his estranged wife. But along the way, he receives resistance from a mysterious preacher-like stranger who appears to know more about Franklin... See full summary »





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Richard R. Anasky ...
Nowhere Man
Risa Lin Anasky ...
Friend Of Jesus
Taina M. Anasky ...
Go-Go Girl
Clubber (as Steve Barton)
John Christopher Biebrich ...
Red Suspender Guy
Shade Burnett ...
Mary Magdaline
Brianne Depadua ...
Gownie Girlie
Lori L. Holley ...
Jay Ingle ...
Jeania Ingle ...
Trippy Hippie Girl
Reaper M. Jones ...
Franklin McDowell (as Ron A. Blair)
Nowhere Girl
Debi Moore ...
Scorned Apostle


Franklin McDowell embarks on a journey to kill his estranged wife. But along the way, he receives resistance from a mysterious preacher-like stranger who appears to know more about Franklin than himself. Will the preacher's revelations make him change his mind or will Franklin go through with his evil intentions? Written by Anonymous

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After Forever: The History of Reconciled
28 June 2009 | by (Tallahassee, Florida) – See all my reviews

Wait a minute, Tim Ritter made a Christian film? THE Tim Ritter? The guy who made Killing Spree and Dirty Cop No Donut? Sounds good. I mean, after all, Tim Ritter made it, of course it'll be good. In an age where Christians are mostly seen as lame and closed-minded, a man who normally creates bold horror movies, boldly shows us something a little different. This time it's something real, something true. Tim Ritter, Florida's most talented independent filmmaker, has shown us the one and only way to live forever.

No twisted illusions here, folks, this story is as real as it gets. A deep but simple story, told in a very down to earth manner. Concerning an over-weight, alcoholic, adulterous man, who carries around a lot of anger and resentment, mostly to his estranged wife who can no longer stand his abuse. Franklin is on a mission from Hell, to, once and for all, put that wife in her place... with a gun. I think it's safe to say this guy has some demons. As Franklin makes that long, drunken drive, he is confronted by a stranger, a rather easygoing stranger who seems to know him a little too well. The stranger tells Franklin the story of Jesus, and His significance, mostly telling him things he's heard a million times. Franklin is just not ready to listen, he's still feeling drunk and ornery. Franklin is still in the mood to kill. Unfortunately for our portly, drunk friend, this man is invincible. A gun, a car, or even fire cannot prevent this stranger from talking some sense into Franklin, before it's too late.

And I'm sure most exploitation fans out there would be a bit disappointed in Ritter's latest effort, mainly, because of the lack of certain obvious, exploitation qualities that were left out for obvious reasons. Reconciled Through The Christ is bigger than exploitation, it's bigger than the gory, often inept, B-entertainment we all know and love, Reconciled is an attempt at saving souls, plain and simple. Good message or not, Reconciled is an all-around good movie that holds you attention till the very end. So, give it a chance, you might learn something. The Bible says that in the last days, the Gospel will be available everywhere, and Exploitation Country is no exception, thanks to Tim Ritter. No Wynkoop, no Asbestos, no gore (atleast not much), no profanity, just a positive message, the truth about Jesus Christ. Well done, Ritter, I didn't know you had it in you. Now, please, for the love of God, make another horror movie!! 10/10

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