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Matthew A. Brown,
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Britani Bateman was actually pregnant during filming. The part, originally written for her, had to be rewritten to include her pregnancy in the film. See more »
This place looks like a whole lot of nothin'.
Well it was just a desert waste land when the Mormon pioneers arrived in July of 1846, but under the leadership of President Brigham Young the entire area...
Carmine "The Beans" Pasquale:
You work for the National Park Service or the FBI? Just drive the van G-Man!
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solid acting, a creative story line, and sharp comedy
Solid acting, a creative story line, and sharp comedy move this latest addition to the LDS film genre right along. Lead actor DeCarlo couldn't have done a better job as an obnoxious, yet fun to like mafia soldier. Hale Storm Entertainment has had mostly hits for members of the LDS faith, but this film soars passed their previous efforts and delivers a film that appeals to one and all and does not limit itself to members of the LDS church. That is what is so wonderful about this particular installment. The story is about the outside folks, looking in on a very peculiar community. It's a message about getting along and living together as neighborhood and community, not a dogma based preachy film.
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