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Suing The Devil 2011 TV-PG CC

3.2 out of 5 stars (92) IMDb 4.8/10

A down-and-out law student sues Satan for $8 trillion dollars. Satan appears to defend himself and the trial of the century takes place.

Starring:
Malcolm McDowell, Shannen Fields
Runtime:
1 hour, 38 minutes

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Genres Drama, Comedy
Director Timothy A. Chey
Starring Malcolm McDowell, Shannen Fields
Supporting actors Corbin Bernsen, Tom Sizemore, Bart Bronson, Rebecca St. James, Jeff Gannon, Roslyn Gentle, Jennifer Skyler, Chad Lammers, Annie Lee, Gabrielle Whittaker, Gemma Kaye, Robin Royce Queree, Dennis Cole, Kenny Epps, Gregory Caine, Drew Pearson, Rob Walters, Melissa Hanes
Studio Warner Bros.
MPAA rating TV-PG
Captions and subtitles English Details
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I was looking forward to this movie's release after seeing the trailer. While the script falters in some places, concerning some dialogue and the courtroom timeline, overall I think this is a worthwhile movie that many should
enjoy. Malcolm McDowell was brilliant as Satan and has some scenes that I consider blockbuster material. Also, the truth revealed in this film may give you goosebumps!
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I saw this film at a small screening in Studio City before it was released in public. I loved the movie so much I got a copy for myself.

The film starts out showing law student, Luke O'Brien, played by Bart Bronson, beat down by outrageous fortunes in his life. He experiences many of the tragedies we all face. He is on the verge of a nervous breakdown and is about to kill the man responsible for his mother's death. He gets a pistol to commit the murder but he realizes he failed to load the gun. In his search for bullets to load the gun he stumbles across a Bible. This triggers a change of heart that leads him in a different direction.

He makes the decision to bring a law suit against the One who is ultimately responsible for all the tragedies and suffering in the world, The Devil. He files a claim in The International Court of Human Rights for a judgment against Satan for eight trillion dollars.

Of course no one takes Luke seriously. He is laughed at and ridiculed in the press. The Judge denounces him for being mentally unstable and for wasting the court's time with his ridiculous, frivolous law suit. The judge is outraged because Luke appears to be making a joke of the high court.

The judge is about to dismiss the case on the grounds that Satan cannot be located and has not been served with a subpoena to appear in court. The judge is about to pound her gavel to dismiss the case when guess who walks right into the courtroom? That's right, The Prince of Darkness himself.

Satan is portrayed by legendary actor Malcolm McDowell. When he enters the scene the fireworks really begin. The movie takes a giant turn at that point. We find that defeating Satan in a court of law or in any aspect of life is a horribly difficult thing to do.
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5 stars for one of the funniest 7 seconds of film ever! Don't ask Satan to prove who he is; you might get what you want! Hopefully it will go viral.

Everyone across the belief spetrume should watch this film, if for any other reason that, one, there are a lot of folks who will see this film as 'fact based fiction', and two, the christian values shown in this film are ignored by the majority of american christians.
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I found out about this movie via christiancinema.com but I no longer use their dvd-by-mail subscription, instead I use netflix which has streaming capability. Alas, this film was not available on netflix streaming and I've not seen it at any redbox so I rented it on amazon via the roku for $2.99
I enjoy christian oriented films as most seem to give good insight into the battles that not only christians endure, go through as well as providing the simplest answer: Let God love you and shower you with grace. This film was no exception, a good story line that keeps you interested & entertained w/out the need for sex, drugs, murder, etc...
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This is a great movie directed by Tim Chey to expose the devil and his schemes. We all face a spiritual battle everyday and this movie does a great job showing that and what better way then having someone sue the devil in court. This movie has Christian cult classic written all over it and I think Malcolm McDowell plays the perfect devil. It's entertaining and has funny moments and some very touching and moving moments. Best of all the gospel and the truth of the gospel will be seen and heard. I recommend this movie to ALL.
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I have seen all of Tim Chey's films and this one is by far the best! This movie kept me entertained, thinking and at the edge of my seat. And that's a lot to say for me because I have seen EVERY movie and am very critical. The storyline of "suing the devil" is so unique and original. The writing in the film is really good and stimulating. The quality is excellent for a low budget film it will make you think it's a big budget studio film.

It was a great debate with the devil...the things said in the film never even crossed my mind. It was really interesting and educational for me as well for someone who's not that familiar with the bible. To me it was a mix between "Miracle on 34th Street" & "Law & Order." Actually there is no film out there like this. It blends in drama, comedy, love, faith and suspense. Great for kids to watch as well as adults.

Malcolm Mcdowell is the PERFECT devil! He is hilarious and so entertaining to watch. Tom Sizemore really cracks me up in this too. I've never seen both of these actors in these characters so it was a treat. The film is worth watching for Malcolm alone! Everything else is a pleasant bonus.

This DVD is a great collector for your family that you can watch over and over again. Highly recommend!
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I have seen Suing the Devil a couple of times in the cinema and also on DVD.
Malcolm plays the best bad guy - he plays a good devil (is that an oxymoron?)
Both times I saw it in the cinema there was spontaneous applause at the end of the film - something that doesn't happen often in Australia.
When I saw it with friends on the DVD, it really sparked some thoughtful discussion. I have seen it with both Christians and non-Christians and both lots of people enjoyed it.
There are some classic scenes from Malcolm and enough twists in the film to keep you entertained until the end.
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