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The Good Catholic (2017)

The Good Catholic (2017)

Zachary SpicerWrenn SchmidtDanny GloverJohn C. McGinley
Paul Shoulberg


The Good Catholic (2017) is a English,Latin movie. Paul Shoulberg has directed this movie. Zachary Spicer,Wrenn Schmidt,Danny Glover,John C. McGinley are the starring of this movie. It was released in 2017. The Good Catholic (2017) is considered one of the best Comedy,Drama movie in India and around the world.

A young "dying" woman's visits to late night confessionals challenge the faith of young Father Daniel. Will her appeal prove to be enough to turn Father Daniel from his calling? Father Victor, aware that something is afoot, wonders and waits, and it all comes to a head over dinner.

The Good Catholic (2017) Reviews

  • It's not what you think


    No matter what you might think this is about from the title, you're wrong. IOW, don't not see the film because of it. It's neither a polemic mocking religious faith, nor does it say anything about religion except maybe why don't we all just sit down and start over. All four primary characters are superbly cast, including Danny Glover who is about 3 steps above anything I've ever seen him in before. The subject matter is handled respectfully, albeit with liberal amounts of humor which zeros in on the fact that most religions take themselves way to seriously--which the production company apparently takes to heart, naming itself Pigasus (sic) Pictures. This is about as perfect as you can expect an independent film to be. It's only flaw is there being too much lipstick on Daniel--which is so obvious, I wondered if they just wanted to give the audience something to criticize. Needless to say, there's no actual action for the action junkies, but the dialogue and the subject matter are outstanding--and at times, profound. This is my second "10" of the year, (18th all time), the first being only a week ago, so I was wondering if coming out of the summer movie drought has something to do with it. It' doesn't'.

  • Very good movie, but that "end"...


    A lot to think about, that's what this film gives you;there will be laughs,and also tense and sad moments;my friends and I had an interesting discussion after watching it, but most of all :no one liked the end ... frustrating ...you see, there's a lot of stories with 'open ends',and most of the times it works; as for this one, we all wanted to see EVERYTHING on the screen,without having to decipher anything at all.Wren Schmidt is lovely here;Glover:finest work ever;Mcginley, hilarious as usual but also moving(must see);Spicer was a revelation to us: very good acting.Don't miss this film!

  • Fascinating Story


    I was lucky enough to see this film and thoroughly enjoyed it! I knew some of the basic story line, but found that I was still glued to the screen as the movie progressed. I was pulled in by the actors and felt their emotions and points of stress! It was fascinating watching how the story grew and changed and how the characters dealt with it all. I work in a church and could relate to the well-acted subtleties of having "church" in the mix! The movie has some really funny parts and very serious and tense parts. This is the kind of movie that sparks conversation. Please don't miss it!

  • Interesting exploration of faith and love in entertaining story


    Enjoyed the development of the relationship between faith and love in a story with interesting, well developed characters. Funny and sad issues that adults can relate to presented in a compelling and entertaining story. Well worth seeing with friends and discussing after. The filming and photography struck me as excellent. Set in small town America, the story presents challenges and moral issues faced by everyone.

  • This is a coming of age film about how a young priest discovers passion and purpose from an unsuspecting confessional. Divine intervention has many faces.


    This is a fantastic independent film. Jane and Daniel, finding comfort in the boundaries created by the Catholic confessional, carry you on their search for life's meaning. Father Victor and Ollie are ahead of this curve but each character struggles with accepting their humanity. Father Ollie challenges Daniel and Jane to wrestle with their frailty and flaws. Sparks fly and judgment is abandoned, until Father Victor exemplifies the voice of reason. Less movie typical, the action in the movie is caring for the sick, watching basketball,and going for a run. Endlessly refreshing you are challenged to realize the action is YOU. With wit and perfection you will find yourself asking what action will I take to live a compassionate life..


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