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The film's name was inspired by the director's own religious background in what is known as Calvinism, the second expression of Protestant Christianity to spring out of the Protestant Reformation. The first being Lutheranism. John Calvin and his followers believed that Martin Luther had not taken his reformation far enough and sought to install doctrines that further distances themselves from Roman Catholicism. See more »
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What an annoying and infuriatingly bad film. A new low bar. People in the theater laughed and groaned at the end. What a waste of talent. Heavy handed and clumsy writing. I don't understand how this train wreck of a film is being seen as anything more than the mess that it is.
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