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Common Sense Media

December 28, 2010

Begins as a satire, ends with a renewal of faith.
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New Yorker

August 01, 2004

A minor work, yet it has a teasing lilt to it, and to make it at all took courage and originality.
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Toronto Star
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June 11, 2004

Something puts the fear of God into Saved! about halfway in.
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Time Out
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June 24, 2006

It's a shame the closing moral about a more pragmatic, inclusive approach to spirituality is conveyed with such a heavy hand.
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Seattle Times
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June 11, 2004

Saved! ultimately can't quite go the distance, but it's a promising debut by a filmmaker to watch.
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Eye for Film
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December 07, 2007

Brian Dannelly's movie waltzes across the floor of high school comedies like a new kid out to prove he's in a class of his own.
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Laramie Movie Scope
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March 11, 2007

As a superficial treatment of this important subject, it has its moments.
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ColeSmithey.com
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June 10, 2009

"Saved!" starts out as a feisty satire on organized religion but sputters in its third act to an apologetic footnote for all that has come before.
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Suite101.com
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September 19, 2010

A successful mix of John Waters' naughty sass with Frank Capra's' cordial sweetness, "Saved!" questions Christianity's constant urgency: Is salvation really unattainable for these teenagers if they're not seeking it this second, every second, 24/7?
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New York Magazine/Vulture

August 07, 2004

No doubt the filmmakers are bracing for -- even hoping for -- a display of ire from religious conservatives. But the truth is, nothing in Saved! stings.
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Old School Reviews
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May 05, 2013

The real value lies with what its audience does afterwards
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