A down-and-out law student sues Satan for $8 trillion dollars. Satan appears to defend himself with seven of the greatest trial lawyers and the trial of the century begins.

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Timothy A. Chey (as Tim Chey)

Writer:

Timothy A. Chey (as Tim Chey)
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Malcolm McDowell ... Satan
Shannen Fields ... Gwen O'Brien
Corbin Bernsen ... Barry Polk
Tom Sizemore ... Tony 'The Hip' Anzaldo
Bart Bronson Bart Bronson ... Luke O'Brien
Rebecca St. James Rebecca St. James ... Jasmine Williams
Jeff Gannon Jeff Gannon ... Mr. Banks
Roslyn Gentle ... Judge Woods (as Ros Gentle)
Jennifer Skyler Jennifer Skyler ... Cynthia Jones
Chad Lammers Chad Lammers ... Mr. Ice
Gabrielle Whittaker Gabrielle Whittaker ... Ms. Scarlett
Gemma Kaye ... Ms. Shy (as Gillian Emmett)
Robin Royce Queree Robin Royce Queree ... Mr. Think Tank (as Robin Queree)
Dennis Cole Dennis Cole ... Murray Fields
Kenny Epps Kenny Epps ... Mr. Innocent
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Storyline

Luke O'Brien, a washed-up salesman turned night law student, decides to sue Satan for $8 trillion dollars. On the last day before Luke files a default judgment, Satan appears to defend himself. On Satan's legal team are 10 of the country's best trial lawyers. The entire world watches on Legal TV to see who will win the Trial of the Century. Written by Susan Fisher

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When Luke O'Brien sued the devil for $8 trillion, he never expected the 'Trial of the Century' See more »

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Drama | Fantasy

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TV-PG | See all certifications »

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The LA Times reported the film as one of the most illegally-downloaded movies in 2012. See more »

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The character name "Ms. Black" is listed in the end credits as "Ms. Red." See more »

Connections

References A Few Good Men (1992) See more »

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Take You Down
Written by Timothy Hockenberry and Christopher Epsha
Performed by Timothy Hockenberry
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Amazingly directed, Greatly Scripted, and Impeccably acted. What more can you ask for in a movie?
27 January 2012 | by baller9393See all my reviews

I just want to get this out there right away and put the cards on the table so to speak: When I first heard about it, I had very little faith in this project. I was stupefied, confused by the thought of what attracted all this talent to this seemingly trivial story to begin with? Why would Tim Chey, the well-respected Christian filmmaker possibly be interested in the story of suing the devil? Surely he could have found something more important, more meaningful after the masterful 'Genius Club'. After seeing the film, though, I realized that, of course, Chey knew what they were doing all along. And furthermore that labeling this as "a Christian movie" is really just another label. The film is a rare showcase of pure acting prowess on Malcolm Mcdowell's part, and features a very interesting and eclectic cast of young actors stepping out of their comfort zones and delivering some truly phenomenal work.


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Release Date:

26 August 2011 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

O Diabo no Banco dos Réus See more »

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Burbank, California, USA See more »

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