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Spiritual Warriors (2007)

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Finn trying to make it in Hollywood. Throughout the movie Finn meets with an elderly man, Roger, who helps Finn learn how to awaken to the insights of his soul.







Cast overview, first billed only:
Christopher Finn
Claire (as Shyla Cruize)
King of Sparta
The Psychiatrist
Julian Wells ...
Gwen (as Suzy McCoppin)
Doctor (as Rick E. Edwards)
Stephen Sowan ...
Hospital Administrator
Alisha Das ...
Spartan King's Valets
King Akeon


When part time actor, part-time drug dealer Finn meets an eccentric, "Mystical Teacher", he is abruptly and unwillingly thrust into his spiritual awakening. Faced with a choice, he can continue along the current path of his life or embark on a quest into the unknown to become a Spiritual Warrior. Written by Jaime King

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John-Roger, spiritual movies, spiritual awaken, love,


Adventure | Sci-Fi





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4 July 2008 (USA)  »

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$2,500,000 (estimated)

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An abomination of what you would call "a film".
23 April 2010 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

To begin with, this film was shot with a less than capable eye for film-making. It felt like it was made by a ten year old with a flip camera. The plot, if you can call it that, is loaded with holes and what most would call an unwatchable film. Spiritual Warriors is a spiritual mess. The only saving grace of the film was when it finished. It's one of those films that you don't even want to watch the credits role. You really just want to role the DVD down the street. I am truly amazed and dumbfounded at all of the positive comments posted on this film. It leads me to believe that they were written by the same persons, perhaps the same crack smoking clowns involved in making this "film". It's an offense to other movies to call it a film. For this review's sake we'll call it "the mess"

To break it down, one review was accurate when it said it jumped from one monologue to another within one scene while causing the watcher utter confusion and discomfort with its bad special effects and even worse writing.

Just because a filmmaker(s) is spiritual, and wants to deal with the beliefs of certain individuals, it doesn't mean that they should go out and attempt to make a movie out of it. I'm spiritual but I'm not going to crucify a bunch of people by making them sit through a terrible mess of this "mess".

In short this mess/film doesn't even deserve a shelf life at your local video store. A message to all wanting to watch Spiritual Warriors: Don't! Go out and help out at your local shelter or perhaps an older retirement community. Trust me. You'll get more out of it. And a message to the "filmmaker(s)": This film should serve as a reminder and a firm example. Just because you want to do something doesn't mean you should attempt to do it. Fimmaking is an art. It takes an artist. Sprituality is beautiful. It takes beauty. But Spiritual Warriors manages to strip both of these timeless things down in only 100 minutes.

PS - to the filmmaker(s) of Spiritual Warriors. You're not a warrior. You're a little toy soldier who should put down the flip camera and pick up The Godfather.

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