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Suits on the Loose (2005)

PG | | Comedy | 14 October 2005 (USA)
Suits on the Loose is the story of two rebellious teens, Justin and Ty, and their breakout from a desert survival camp. When two naive Mormon missionaries, Elder Talbot and Elder Johnson, ... See full summary »

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Justin
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Tyler (as Eric 'Ty' Hodges II)
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Sarah
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Elder Talbot
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Elder Johnson
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Bishop Hollister
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General Wilkins
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Brother Reginald Steedman
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Senator Roy Boxwell
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Officer Stone (as Dave Secor)
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Suits on the Loose is the story of two rebellious teens, Justin and Ty, and their breakout from a desert survival camp. When two naive Mormon missionaries, Elder Talbot and Elder Johnson, run into a restroom at a remote rest stop, Justin steals their car. Scrapping their military fatigues for the conservative missionaries' tags in hopes of passing through any road blocks, their guise is so good that the police insist upon escorting the escapees directly to New Harmony, the town that's been anxiously awaiting their Mormon missionaries. As the two renegades find themselves embraced by the town's hospitality, they try to map out their escape. With Elder Talbot and Elder Johnson destined to arrive, what will happen when the town of New Harmony discovers that their missionaries are actually on the lam from the law? Can they keep up the charade and fool everyone around them or will they be found out? Written by HaleStorm Entertainment

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Two Delinquents. The Perfect Disguise. The Perfect Getaway... Until She Came Along.

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Rated PG for some language and brief violence

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$6,387 (USA) (10 February 2006)

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$79,358 (USA) (28 April 2006)
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A Disappointment, a Lost Opportunity
12 February 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

As a pioneer-descended, Utah-raised Mormon bishop, I'm obliged to agree with some of the negative reviews. Perhaps I'm demanding, but when I see a comedy, I expect there to be a laugh or two somewhere in it. The actors are fine - very good, in fact. The film editing is fine. The script and direction are abysmal. Forget the plot holes and loose ends: The gratuitous swipes at other faiths and pro-LDS smugness are unbecoming and embarrassing. And I agree with one reviewer: enough with the paint ball obsession, Halestorm. This film wants to be funny and heart-warming and faith-promoting, but it comes out 0 for 3. The scriptwriters write as though they've no idea how to speak to a non-BYU audience. This film won't appeal to anyone but Mormons, and only the most undemanding at that. More's the pity.


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