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Released: 2014-08-27
Genre: Comedy / Fantasy
Director(s): Paul Middleditch
Release Date: 07 June 2013
Movie rating: 5.2
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What is the movie Rapture-Palooza about?
From director Paul Middleditch and writer Chris Matheson comes an amazing comedy. Rapture Palooza doesn’t take anything serious. This unrealistic comedy puts regular and extremely calm young characters in to strangest possible happenings. In this unreal fantastic story best defence is sarcasm. Only those who are sarcastic can change their faith and future. That includes saving the planet and defecating on religion. You probably know John Francis Daley from series “Bones”. Fans of good random humour and uncensored sarcasm can remember him from movie “Waiting...”. He with the rest of crew gave soul the movie. Story is simple. As title says it is about Rapture. All God obeying people have been taken to Heaven and rest is left on Earth to face the Hell breaking loose. In very entertaining 85 minutes you will see how Ben House (John Francis Daley) reacts to raining blood, meteors and much more unreal demonic disasters. Ben has girlfriend Lindsey (Anna Kendrick) and they decide to stop the madness. They try to fight of the Antichrist. The beast (Craig Robinson) after thousand years cones on Earth again. If this hilarious religious satire offends you, you have serious issues. This fantasy couldn’t be more remote from serious. Part of the movie that will make laugh most are dialogues. To give you glance here is one quote : “I panicked, I laser beamed him, I beamed Jeasus”. And he really did that.
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