Summary:Salvation Boulevard is a modern comedy about Pastor Dan Day, a charismatic evangelical preacher who has captivated a small western American town with his charm – and the promise of a sweet real estate development.(IFC Films)
Salvation Boulevard isn't groundbreaking or even consistently funny, but it is mildly inventive and the absurdities of its characters are tender and recognizably human. Best of all, we're encouraged to laugh with them rather than at them.
It's a stupid farrago of aborted ideas, misguided actors, lame direction, submental writing and follow-the-dots plotting that never comes anywhere within a 10-mile radius of what I used to call coherent filmmaking.