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Desc:"Wow. These movies look like they have about a thousand 'garbage day' moments each."
Category:Classic Movies, Religious
Tags:Jesus, 80s, suicide, fetal alcohol syndrome, Christploitation
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Comment count is 10
Quad9Damage - 2008-01-04
Wow. These movies look like they have about a thousand 'garbage day' moments each.
Caminante Nocturno - 2008-01-04
"No, dear, we're not taking you to see that sinful Star Wars movie. We're going to go see a much better movie than that."
snothouse - 2008-01-04
"Drop dead!"
andru strange - 2008-01-05
3rd? suicide wasn't doin' to good in the 70's...
Dinky Patterson - 2008-01-05
The Healing and Whitcomb's War came out in 1987. Face In The Mirror came out in 1988.

In 1981 the Christian Film Distributors gave William Wellman Jr. the Best Actor award for Brother Enemy. He wasn't in the trailer.
andru strange - 2008-01-05
they give their own guys awards? that's kinda cute.

Hugo Gorilla - 2008-01-05
Actually, Whitcomb's War has a fun idea. Follow a trio of invisible demons dressed as Hell-themed state troopers disrupting the lives of Joe Church-Goer and Sally Sunday-School and let the hi-jinks (spontaneous fist-fights with your neighbor, pre-marital ankle-showing, hyphen-use) happen. But they probably kept it tame and preachy and it's not as funny as I like to imagine it could be.
Rodents of Unusual Size - 2008-01-05
It's the fact that there are people that genuinely find this sort of thing funny and entertaining that really puts this over the edge.
Xenocide - 2008-01-05
She didn't actually want Danny Dimarco to drop dead, she just had an alliteration fetish.
Ow Switch - 2008-01-06
I think Donnie Darko simply successfully traveled through time and used a wafer-thin alias.

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