It's always been the crooked path to easy street for Vinny. But when a routine bank heist goes terribly wrong, Vinny runs out of options. Hiding out in a small town church, he is discovered...
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It's always been the crooked path to easy street for Vinny. But when a routine bank heist goes terribly wrong, Vinny runs out of options. Hiding out in a small town church, he is discovered - and mistaken for their new pastor. It's a 'baptism by fire' as this crook-who-would-be-clergy struggles to keep up appearances, stumbling through sermons and sacraments! Bad turns to worse when "Pastor" is charged with mentoring a troubled youngster caught stealing (ah, the irony!), and overworked Administrator Mallory Ball struggles to keep all the plates spinning as the new pastor adjusts. Through it all, Vinny begins - for the first time - to understand real love and forgiveness. But when his devoted congregation finds out the truth, will they be able to forgive him?
Donny Offerle is a small time crook who takes part in a small town bank robbery. Things don't go according to plan and Offerle has to hide out in a church. Where he's mistaken for the new pastor the place is supposed to be getting.
As this is a Christian film I think you can figure out where this is going as it is also a comedy. I have to say that there were indeed some funny moments.
As Offerle brings his street ways to the role of pastor he seemed to be channeling Paul Muni from his classic film Angel On My Shoulder. He was no Muni, but it wasn't half bad.
This one might get more than church audiences.
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