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  • Summary: In this sweetly subversive comedy, a group of outsiders band together to navigate the treacherous halls of American Eagle Christian High School and make it to graduation, ultimately learning more about themselves, finding faith in unexpected places, and realizing what it truly means to be Saved!. (MGM) Expand
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  1. Positive: 20 out of 38
  2. Negative: 3 out of 38
  1. Reviewed by: Susannah Gora
    100
    Boasts both wicked satire and a big heart, and as a result, is nothing short of brilliant.
  2. It's the barbs, and not the inspirationalism, that work best in this movie.
  3. The kind of breezy teen-pic that youngsters flock to nowadays, and this particular specimen is imaginative enough to explore an environment off Hollywood's beaten path. It's also broad-minded enough to portray the evangelical milieu with flair, satirize its foibles with restraint, and respect its ideals even as it shows how individuals may fall short.
  4. Reviewed by: Ty Burr
    63
    If Saved! sinks into formula -- any movie with a showdown at a prom is treading a well-worn path -- you're grateful for its forgiving spirit.
  5. Reviewed by: Olly Richards
    60
    It starts off very sprightly and witty and maintains a high giggle-count throughout.
  6. 50
    The problem with Saved!, which is often bright and likable, is that its central point -- extremism, religious or otherwise, is bad -- is too obvious for a satire.
  7. If you're mocking holier-than-thou-ness, you can't very well strike a hipper-than-thou tone.

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  1. Positive: 20 out of 25
  2. Negative: 2 out of 25
  1. Apr 25, 2012
    10
    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. Collapse

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