Nun of That is an action-comedy that follows Sister Kelly Wrath as she transforms from a nun with a simple temper problem to a vengeful killer. After being gunned down in an alley, she ... See full summary »
Nun of That is an action-comedy that follows Sister Kelly Wrath as she transforms from a nun with a simple temper problem to a vengeful killer. After being gunned down in an alley, she ascends to heaven to receive training from some of the great figures of religious mythology (Moses, Gandhi, and Jesus himself). She is then set back to Earth to join the other members of the Order of the Black Habit, a group of supernatural vigilante nuns as they seek revenge against the mob. Written by
For low budget, this is a really good all-around independent film. It's strength is the high quality of acting combined with great cinematography and a very funny script. The comedic aspect of the script is much akin to a road-side sobriety test. While the jokes are directed toward many religions, the film does a good job of walking the fine line between what some may consider light humor and others find offensive.
In addition, the humor reminds me of a David Zucker film where the jokes often come at you at a relentless pace, but they are not over-the-top ridiculous or slap-stick. This endeavor proves that SFR can diversify and turn out high quality projects beyond independent horror films.
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