A vision of Jesus sighted on the screen door of Mother Harper's front porch sparks misadventures as the media and crowds gather around the phenomenon and the townsfolk start to take sides. As more people flock to the door, some for guidance, some for healing and some for pure entertainment, the pressure on this sleepy town starts to build. From the wanton Mayor to the scheming town seductress; from the white banker to the desperate black rough neck who seeks his help; from the security guard with all the answers to the hoards gathering with nothing but questions, there's something boiling under this town and only one thing is certain: no one will escape the apocalyptic results unchanged.
An eclectic cast of characters intertwines and collides around themes of faith, religion and race in a small East Texas town. Screen Door Jesus tells the story of the church-going, but not ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Jhordan W (au) wrote: Death Of A Superhero sera la entrega final y este el boceto. De todos modos, siempre he sido un defensor de Kevin Arnold (aunque este resulte indie y enamorado de una polilla ms polilla que Winnie Cooper) y la simpata era inevitable.
Del F (us) wrote: Fascinating juxtaposition of 15th and 21st century exploitation of indigenous American peoples via a film within a film. Despite being somewhat overly schematic (ref Stephen Holden) and with a denouement that stretches credulity, still a stirring depiction of both moral debasement and elevation.
Ade S (de) wrote: It's quite a bizarre movie - but as it goes further into the depths of Asano's keen interest - it becomes moreso
Petra R (gb) wrote: it was good and inspirational but can;t remember to good
Olivier B (ru) wrote: One of the most beautiful, scary and impressive werewolves I've seen in werewolves movies. The story don't let the characters to being just piece of meat. The movie kicks ass so hard.
Thomas P (kr) wrote: A fun and funny muppet movie.
David C (us) wrote: One of the ten worst movies I've ever seen!
Jennifer X (nl) wrote: Out of Busby Berkeley's early trifecta this is easily his weakest of his plots, but the most imaginative of the musical numbers. But give me the gritty, earthy tap dancing to ridiculous water-sprite synchronized swimming anyway. Doesn't James Cagney remind you of Orson Welles sometimes?
Gregory W (ag) wrote: good action adventure flick but I think I like the sequel better. Ward seems a little stiff in this role, at least til the second pic.