While I was impressed that one character repeatedly questions some of the more tenuous tenets of Mormon theology, the film ultimately tells us not to worry about all that, and that if you're Mormon you can even heal the crippled with your prayers. Writer/director Richard Dutcher also stars in the film (alongside a creepy looking Matthew A. Brown), and his hateful bastard character (he may have brain cancer, but he's still a total jerk) is reason alone to run screaming from this film. (Not to mention, the character makes the Mormon church look pretty bad.)
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