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Set in the world of mega-churches, the film tells the story of a man (Greg Kinnear) who becomes the target of a fundamentalist preacher's (Pierce Brosnan) minions after he sees the preacher accidentally shoot an atheist.
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July 16, 2011The movie seems to be intoxicated by how funny it thinks it is, gleefully descending into a swell of hyperactivity, with each new scene engineered to one-up the last.
July 15, 2011Starts out on the right path, but loses its way early on.
July 28, 2011It's quite funny at times and has some good performances. But it's so predictable it has no bite, either as social satire or as slapstick comedy.
July 26, 2011Silly, predictable and as funny as the funny business of religion can be.
August 05, 2011Salvation Boulevard wins exclusively on the strength of its cast.
August 10, 2011If only Ratliff had figured out a decent way to end it, this might have been one of the best comedies of the year.
August 05, 2011In truckin' past so many fruitful oases, "Salvation Boulevard" is a bumpy road.
August 04, 2011Unless you've got a thing for watching Oscar winners shriek themselves silly, you'd be better off praying at a another altar.
July 28, 2011[An] enjoyable if simplistic black comedy loosely based on a novel by Larry Beinhart.
July 15, 2011Salvation Boulevard has a terrific cast and not much else.
August 11, 2011It's a blunderbuss satire that criminally wastes a talented cast.
August 15, 2011An evangelical disciple is pulled into a comically absurd web of crime after witnessing his pastor's dark side.