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Rated PG-13 · 106 min. · 2012


Unwatchable. If you can't decide whether films that are sanctimonious or snarky toward religion are more insufferable, then this ostensible comedy about Donald (Marshall Allman of True Blood), a 19-year-old holy roller trying to escape his fundamentalist upbringing by enrolling at an ultra-secular college in Portland, Ore., is just the schlock for you. With a screenplay seemingly workshopped by a liberal arts class taught by Ryan Murphy and directed like a film school project, this movie is as insightful about teenage maturation as an episode of Glee.
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Director: Steve Taylor
Writer: Donald Miller and Steve Taylor
Producer: Steve Taylor, J. Clarke Gallivan and Coke Sams
Cast: Claire Holt, Tania Raymonde, Jason Marsden, Marshall Allman and Eric Lange


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