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Angels Love Donuts (2010)

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On an otherwise ordinary day, the life of prominent businessman John A. Money is thrown into chaos when a quirky donut-eating Angel of Death appears in a puff of smoke and announces that ... See full summary »

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J. Howard King ...
John Money
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Kathryn Boswell ...
Mandy
Duane Deering ...
Ricky Jenkins
Elizabeth McWhorter ...
Kelly
Leon McWhorter ...
Lucky
Susan Remele ...
Vanessa
Billy Woods ...
Angel
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On an otherwise ordinary day, the life of prominent businessman John A. Money is thrown into chaos when a quirky donut-eating Angel of Death appears in a puff of smoke and announces that he's come to take John to the pearly gates. John spends his "final" hours trying to figure out what life is all about ... and that's the problem with Money. Written by Alan Elliott

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Dreadful Movie
31 March 2011 | by (Thailand) – See all my reviews

It is supposed to be rated as a comedy...Who laughed at this rubbish? It really has to be the worst drivel I have seen in years. If you find a bald headed 60 year old man walking around everywhere donating money to charities in the hope he will get to heaven after being told by an overweight doughnut eating angel that he going to die, then your sides will be splitting. If you like a lead character who is as wooden as a plank, talks in an irritating drawl, then you will be in hysterics. In fact, I think if anyone can find ANYTHING redeeming in this movie, I'd love to hear it.

I tried my best to stick with it in the hope that something even mildly amusing was going to happen, instead, it was more like some moralistic Christian rubbish.

If you enjoy slow cruel torture, go and see it, I got to 45minutes and 33 seconds and that was more than enough! Watch it if you dare. Unfortunately the rating system doesn't allow Zero or Negative numbers.


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