United Artists | Release Date: May 28, 2004
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KeithGApr 25, 2012
Saved! is a must see for anyone who has survived the sterile Christian culture bubble and come out on the other side with a better understanding of faith. The satire is humorous and spot on as it tackles the many quirks of a young Christian.Saved! is a must see for anyone who has survived the sterile Christian culture bubble and come out on the other side with a better understanding of faith. The satire is humorous and spot on as it tackles the many quirks of a young Christian. The audience for this film is likely limited, but I still laugh out loud every time I watch it. My only criticism of the film lies with some of the subpar acting. Parker and Donovan are stellar and Fugit and Moore hold their own, but the wooden performances of Malone, Culkin, and Martino leave something to be desired. Still, I must recomend this film as one of my favorite comedies. Expand
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AnnTaylorOct 27, 2006
Great movie.
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DaveC.Apr 10, 2006
Granted, it's not quite the malignant pile of crud that A Walk to Remember was, but this film could have been so much better. Characters aren't particularly interesting, some of the satire is enjoyable at first but the film Granted, it's not quite the malignant pile of crud that A Walk to Remember was, but this film could have been so much better. Characters aren't particularly interesting, some of the satire is enjoyable at first but the film doesn't really know where to go and the second half is barely distinguishable from any other bland, syrupy teen drama. It does raise some interesting questions though:- Why does the voice-over narrative in a film that is supposed to be lampooning Christian orthodoxy, address only Christian audience members with frequent casual references to Jesus? Why is atheism such a taboo even for the film-makers? Collapse
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JCNov 4, 2005
(If there was a choice of 11 out of 10, I'd vote 11. )This movie was my favorite of all...and I'm crazy for movies. Before this I couldn't choose my absolute favorite...but this is by far the best. i don't feel that this (If there was a choice of 11 out of 10, I'd vote 11. )This movie was my favorite of all...and I'm crazy for movies. Before this I couldn't choose my absolute favorite...but this is by far the best. i don't feel that this movie puts Christians down or brings them up...it just has over all good morals and shows just what kind of thoughts go through teens' heads. I'm Christian and I wasn't offended by it at all. You just have to forget about how offending religion can be...and just love the characters (Patrick ... :) ) and the humor. If you haven't seen it...make sure you do! Expand
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