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Sarah Silverman: Jesus is Magic (2005) Movie Information

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Comedy, Musical





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Liam Lynch


Sarah Silverman
Brian Posehn
Laura Silverman
Bob Odenkirk
Steve Agee
Jon Cellini





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Sloppy comedy concert film with out of place musical numbers and offensive riffs that never build any momentum and exist merely to shock; some material works, thanks to Silverman's uniquely brazen charisma and unpredictability, but most of it doesn't. Final Grade: C-

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Movie God

08/09/2007 (1 of 1 found this helpful)

Shes great as always

Basically a stand-up session enriched by skits. Silverman is exceedingly funny, capitalizing on her beauty, the sweet blankness of some of her expressions, especially mild puzzlement as the audience reacts to some of her over-the-top lines. She has a filthy mouth and a filthy mind and says the most outrageous things as if respect and decorum were annoying nuisances to be swept away with a comment or a laugh. Somehow her riffs on racism and other tricky subjects pass through offensiveness and come out the other side as brilliant satire of society's often hypocritical observance of "tolerant" values. Some of the skits are a little tedious—the framing device with her sister about putting on a show is strained and overlong, and the folksinger at the old-folks' home and the grandmother's funer...

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