Could you defend your religion in court?Two Mormon missionaries are arrested and placed on trial for preaching in the small town of Marysville. Attorneys and best friends Thomas Bryant and James Radner stir the town into a frenzy when they must take opposing sides in a court battle over the validity of the missionaries' religion.
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I read a review from the Deseret News that was spot on. . . In every way this movie fell short. . . Heavy handed dialog and mustache twisting villains. There is a reason no one from this movie went on to make a career for themselves.
What the hell did I just watch? Did the director even read the book? They tried to over complicate the story line and screwed over the book while doing so. Read the book if you want good references, don’t watch the movie.
Either I really forgot the book, or this movie strayed waaaay from the book. I understand they probably had to create some additional plot lines, but it went way past what I was expecting. The acting was pretty bad. Especially the part with the family tragedy, that was so underwhelming.