A high powered businessman is blackmailed by a woman he meets via web-cam, who hacks his laptop and phone, gaining access to what starts as embarrassing material, but quickly escalates as the stakes are risen.
In this quirky comedy Shepherd is a struggling door-to-door freeze-dried pet salesman, who lives alone with his ailing mother. He is harassed at work by his mentally challenged boss, while his nearly catatonic mother sits at home, addicted to televangelists and prescription drugs. Her monetary contribution to these TV "pastors" is draining them financially dry. Their family physician urges Shepherd to find his mother some excitement before she slips away. When Shepherd loses his job he hits the road with his mother and their two neighbors, Annamari-ah (Maria-Elena Laas) and her father (Danny Trejo), to attend the End Times Revival Event! Written by
I saw this with my parents and I liked it just as much as they did. My dad had kind of convinced me to see this and Im glad that he did. Both he and I really liked the relationships and then of course the connections that they all have with one another. Very different than most of what is in the movies and I liked that., I love it when any movie makes you think... I am so sick of all these big blockbusters with no character or main person worth investing in. I recommend this to anyone religious, goes to church, or has family that does. There are millions of action films out there and even more super hero ones, but this movie to me was super unique and different! I just loved the main character. i give it a 9 out of 10!
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