When two friends realize all "faith based" films make buckets of cash, they set out on a mission to make one of their own.

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Vincent Masciale

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Luke Barnett
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Luke Barnett ... Luke
Tanner Thomason ... Tanner
Lance Reddick ... Pastor Mike
Jason Alexander ... Nicky Steele
Margaret Cho ... Jane
David Koechner ... Butch Savage
Christoph Sanders ... Hoyt
Carly Craig ... Brandy
Richard Riehle ... Herman
Marlon Young ... Marlon
Danielle Nicolet ... Tiffany
Lisa Schwartz ... Lisa
Chris Marquette ... Hans
Danny Woodburn ... Jimmy
Lynn Downey ... The Astronaut
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When two friends realize all "faith based" films make buckets of cash, they set out on a mission to make one of their own.

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This is actor Richard Riehles 404th registered enter in a film ,long or short . See more »

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References Look Who's Talking (1989) See more »

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Amusing, but a bit slow.
14 December 2020 | by ejonconradSee all my reviews

You know the setup: a couple of losers decide to make a Christian movie, because those make money no matter how bad they are. It's an entertaining premise for those of us who are constantly scratching their heads over the fact that Kirk Cameron is somehow worth (checks google...) No, really? $20M! How can that possibly be?!?

This movie is to Christian cinema what the "Faith +1" episode of South Park was to Christian music; however, that episode was 30 minutes long, and these guys have a hard time stretching the concept to fill 90 minutes. Don't get me wrong, it definitely has its moments, but it really starts to drag in the second half.

Also, whereas Parker and Stone have mastered the art of making biting satire while still somehow not being "mean", this movie takes the more traditional route of pulling punches, which really takes the edge off.

Finally, they really pull a bait and switch with David Koechner (Champ on Anchorman). He's barely in the movie. In fact, most of his scenes are in the trailer.

So, worth watching, but maybe wait until it's free.


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9 October 2020 (USA) See more »

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Lone Suspect, Title Media See more »
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