Ted is a successful dog food marketer until one fateful day when he accidentally kills his company's iconic mascot and becomes the town laughingstock. Underemployed and in debt, Ted and his... See full summary »

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Colleen Addair ...
Cashier
Denny Brownlee ...
Cashier
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Curt
Carla DeFranco ...
Beautiful Woman #2
Adam Drake ...
Pizza Boy
Evan Fielding ...
Kid #1
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Hootie
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Beautiful Woman #1
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Nurse & Coffee Shop Patron
Tammy Hyler ...
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Miss Thompson
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Iris - Doc's Wife
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Ted
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Billy
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Moochie
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Ted is a successful dog food marketer until one fateful day when he accidentally kills his company's iconic mascot and becomes the town laughingstock. Underemployed and in debt, Ted and his wife Josie are doing their best to make ends meet, but it's not enough. Josie is unhappy, so she concocts a plan to swipe her elderly boss' valuables in order to pay their debts. Accompanied by her lazy little brother, Ted and Josie attempt to pull off a caper but soon find that their intended victim has more in store for them than they thought.

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A financially desperate couple robs a mansion, and becomes the victims themselves when they are trapped inside of it by a dying Christian man who will not let them leave until they've made a decision to follow Jesus.

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Comedy

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27 March 2017 (USA)  »

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$500,000 (estimated)
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Actor Jamie Costa's first feature film. He is widely known for his impressions on the Vine app. See more »

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Hilarious and touching
13 May 2017 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I watch a lot of Christian films, but this has to be one of the best I've ever seen, especially for a comedy. Torry Martin and Michael Joiner had me laughing out loud in just about every other scene. The message of redemption was conveyed effectively and naturally without it ever falling into the trap most Christian films fall into, being overly preachy to the point it makes the audience uncomfortable. Nancy Stafford was excellent, as was Danny Vinson, whose performance was both funny and thought- provoking. Victoria Jackson and Jamie Costa were both great in their supporting roles, and the production quality/camera work was pretty impressive. Definitely in the top three best faith-based films I've ever had the pleasure of seeing. Job well done to all involved!


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