Will, Kirby, and Danny are the hottest new sensation in Mormon pop music! Will is an aerobics instructor, Danny is a student of eastern philosophy, and Kirby is a scrapbooking specialist. ... See full summary »
Will, Kirby, and Danny are the hottest new sensation in Mormon pop music! Will is an aerobics instructor, Danny is a student of eastern philosophy, and Kirby is a scrapbooking specialist. Together, they make up the band "Everclean" and they have taken the Mormon boy band scene by storm. Sons of Provo chronicles the struggles and successes of a group of boys fighting to become the most spiritual Mormon boy band in history. Written by
The number listed on Will and Danny's flier for the boy band audition is 867-5309, which references the Tommy Tutone song "Jenny (867-5309)." This number also appears in the other Halestorm films "The Singles Ward," "The R.M.," and "Church Ball." See more »
During the "Word of Wizzum" performance, and after recovering his CTR ring, Kirby rotates the prop behind him from a picture to the letter "U". In the next scene the prop is back to showing the picture. See more »
Shoot for the stars. That's what I say. If you shoot for the stars and you only end up in outer space, at least there you are.
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Anyone who's spent any time among the Mormons, or on the planet during the recent invasion of boy bands, or any combination thereof, will laugh and wince their way through this delightful film. It's a spoof that gently mocks its subject matter, never resorting to the mean-spiritedness that kills so many offerings in the mocumentary genre. The filmmakers know their topics--both Mormons and Boy Bands--very well and they don't hesitate to lampoon them. However, an overriding sense of affection for these same topics keeps the humor accessible. At the same time, the dialog is intelligent and the barbs pointed.
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