This is why I hang out with Bigfoot. Idiots!
I feel sorry for you, King, but not you fictional twin brother. He can rot in Hell next to Clay Walsh from Old Fashioned.
Nice try, imposter... but everyone knows the REAL Elvis is hanging out with body-swapped JFK in a nursing home.
Don't forget the Egyptian mummy
Really Brad? You're reusing jokes that you've previously used in other reviews before? That "WTF Hollywood" joke was taken from that review. I haven't seen that video of course, but I rely on other people to tell me what those other reviews are like. If that's not a sign of close to retirement then I don't know what is.
Even as a child he reused the same jokes
Your increasingly weak attempts to troll indicate you should be close to retirement.
Another flaw with the video is that it's clearly not a Musical. It has songs, sure, but it's not like Father Priest or Seth Green are singing along the Elvis impersonator. So not only is it a sign of needing to retire but also a sign that he's getting Alzheimer's disease. Hopefully next week it'll be an actual musical from a year that's not after 1994.
Hopefully it'll be Pitch Perfect 2, then.
I never heard of this one, i hope it's at least watchable
Oh God, he's going to finish with Dancin...It's On!, isn't he?
I hung out with CG cats and Lindsay Lohan in a baseball cap with a sentient car, and even I can never be as legendarily crazy with my filmography as Green. DAMN IT!
I don't suppose this movie features anyone firing a 44 into his television, does it?
Heh... I love the face Seth Green is making in that poster, he's like: "Ray Liotta, you're here? Who they are threating to kill?", lol.
But yes, this movie isn't as bad as the other Christian movies you reviewed, Brad, but to be fair that's not a great achievement,
Very funny review, you nailed with that aging jokes!
I don't know what's worse for Ray Liotta, this movie or being in Shades of Blue with Jennifer Lopez!
So tangentially related to this movie, have you seen Existo: the Forbidden Movie? It was written and directed by Coke Sams, one of the executive producers for the Identical (and also the producer of the Ernest Movies). It is a dystopian musical about renegade performance artists fighting against a fascist future government and is about as absurd as the premise implies.The whole thing is on youtube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NVHYjHapvsY . Have a good one and keep up the amazing work!
His name is Coke? Holy shit, I love the man already.
Having actually seen this movie due to Brad and company taking about it on their Midnight Screenings videos prior to this Snob episode on it, this film really is as funny as they say.
I’m sure a lot of people asked for a review of this movie since you showed the poster to it in you review of The Bloody Video Horror That Made Me Puke On My Aunt Gertrude.
3:36- Oh, thank god, I thought we stumbled into the First Church of Donald Trump.
5:45- Um, …why are they reenacting the opening scene to 300? …To be fair, I actually which this actually WAS 300.
23:33- In speaking of Zack Snyder movies, Danny Woodburn here played Big Figure in Watchmen, another movie I should be watching instead.
6:13- Speaking as a Christian who has just entered his 30s, I also haven’t memorized the bible. I mean how easy is it to memorize a book that’s almost 1400 pages long?
7:00- Ah crap, it’s The Babe Ruth Story all over again! Oh, and SETH GREEN!? What the hell are you doing here!?
BTW, Hippy Seth Green reminds me of David Gallagher in Super 8.
I agree that both Ray Liota and Ashley Judd (who still looks hot) are too damn good for this movie.
14:52- Well, THAT was fuckin’ fast.
17:43- “Are you the karate guy who sleeps in the backyard? Are you the guy who talks about big box VHSs? Are you the 80s guy who talks to a robot?”
20:26- This should be the point of the film where the universe just implodes.
Well, if you would excuse me, I need to watch Bubba Ho-Tep to wash my memory of this movie out of my mind.
There's only one Dewy Cox and that's the Beach Boys.
I'm sorry, Daddy
Been waiting for this one for a while. Please do Mom's Night Out very soon
So, according to this movie's logic, if you're a slave and you die, you stay a slave in the afterlife? What kind of cosmic justice is that?!
You didn't see Ghost Fever? Sherman Hemsley explains it all
It's a white man's world even after death.
I read on an /r/AskHistorian thread that when we had slavery, white slave owners in the south were under the impression that blacks would still be servants for them in Heaven. Black slaves believed that there wouldn't be slavery in heaven, which goes to show the two groups had very different POVs of the afterlife, LOL
So...um, Jake Norvell is staring in unofficial Elvis biographies now?
Dude,'s he's been everywhere these last few years.
Became Stretch Armstrong, sold guns with an adult Eric Cartman, got in a musician feud with J. Jonah Jameson, is currently cosplaying as former boxer Vinny Paz and even somehow turned into an old man that got grinded into little pieces of meat by Leatherface.
Surely the jack-off has been super prolific during AND after his split from Team Snob.
I saw this movie in the theater because of you, you bastard!
...Aw, who am I kidding? I can't be mad at you.
Honestly...I didn't think it was that bad.
I remembered it from the Midnight Screenings, and for some unknown reason it was put on NetFlix, so out of morbid curiosity I watched it, and thought it was okay. Music's good, performances were fine, cinematography was WAY better than most of these religious films in that it looked like what it is, a mid-20th century period drama, even the religion wasn't heavy-handed except for the Israel part. If anything, I was disappointed because I was expecting worse. It won't win any awards, but...eh. It's fine. I've paid to see Hollywood films that are worse than this in every possible way.
The astroturfing was a dick move, of course.
Can anybody explain the Israel thing? Like, how did they decide on promoting Zionist sympathies through a convoluted Elvis ripoff that has nothing to do with that?
Um, is this a silent movie? I can't hear anything other than the music.
Wonderful review, Bradley. I believe this makes a baker's dozen twice over for your religious movie reviews. Never gets old.
This movie was so deplorable! In fact, anyone who enjoys it or had a part in making it is deplorable! Those deplorables!
To reiterate, it was so awful, I nearly collapsed on the way to my van and needed someone to lift me into it.
The only way this movie could be worse is if it were about a racist frog. It could've been the biopic for Michigan J. Frog.
"...this makes a baker's dozen twice over..."
Now I'm going to be spending the rest of the day wondering what the hell you were trying to say there.
A baker's dozen is antiquated slang for 'thirteen.' Twice that is twenty-six. Dunno if Brad's reviewed twenty-six religious films (at least in Cinema Snob; he and his friends easily could've gone through that many in Midnight Screenings), but I think that's what Paul up there was implying.
Could also just be 14, since a Baker's Dozen was when they'd like the customer and throw in an extra. So 12+1, +1.
So this is what Scott Evil did rebelling against his dad. Makes sense to me
Been dyin' to see this reviewed.
I love how the album on the title card says Golightly. Nice touch Mr. Millington. Nice touch.
Some of the older archived videos of 2009 were brought over from the youtube account before thecinemasnob.com was created, so please forgive the lesser video quality of such as some did not transfer well.