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David A.R. White plays an Amish man who goes to Los Angeles to find his missing uncle and inadvertently becomes a television star in this genuinely funny film. Since "The Passion of the Christ," there have been quite a few faith-based films trying to tap into the Christian market. This is the first comedy in the genre that I've seen and it definitely succeeds. It is essentially a Prodigal Son story about a naive young farm boy who goes to the big city and faces all of the temptations of the world before coming to his senses and returning to the roots. The biggest difference between this film and the parable in the Bible is that this one has more laughs. Then again, it'd be hard not to get laughs with supporting performances by the likes of Fred Willard, Clint Howard, Edie McCLurg and Jennifer Lyons. I'm looking forward to a sequel!
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