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OK so i honestly wouldn't have given this movie a 10 if it wasn't for all the low rating and the reviews bashing it. Probably an 8. But it was hilarious and entertaining the entire way through and parodies the bible in a way no other movie has yet. Part of the humor is how mundane or annoying it makes things that were supposed to be terrifying and apocalyptic. And i get the christians freaking out about how this film is sacrilegious or something, but the rest of you, i mean come on! Do you guys not have a sense of humor? I mean that scene at the end just makes it worth it. I don't want to spoil it but they have a pretty funny depiction of our lord and savior which makes for some pretty hilarious dialogue. And the ending is entirely unexpected and ridiculous, which they point out, is about as ridiculous and nonsensical as the rest of the book of revelations. You can tell rob coddry was involved in the writing cause its got some children's hospital style parody, and a lot of the same cast, only with a bit more intelligent characters. The attitude of the film is basically, well this entire situation sucks and both god and the devil are dicks. which is sort of my view anyway.
"blood??? its raining blood? thats not disgusting. what the f*ck is the point of that? there's no point!"
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