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Nun Of That 2010

NR CC
4.3 out of 5 stars (18) IMDb 5.4/10

Nun of That is an action-comedy that follows Sister Kelly Wrath as she transforms from a nun with a simple temper problem to a vengeful killer.

Starring:
Alexandra Cipolla, Brandon Luis Aponte
Runtime:
1 hour, 31 minutes

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Product Details

Genres Adventure, Action
Director Richard Griffin
Starring Alexandra Cipolla, Brandon Luis Aponte
Supporting actors Debbie Rochon, Lloyd Kaufman, Michael Reed, Rich Tretheway, Ruth Sullivan, Sarah Nicklin, Shanette Wilson
Studio Entertainment One
MPAA rating NR (Not Rated)
Captions and subtitles English Details
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This is a very creative B-grade film.

It is not going to win any awards for acting or writing, but it is a fun movie set in an alternate universe where "the Order of the Black Habit" battles evil.

The Heavenly disco number is worth the price of admission alone.

Some folks might be offended by the lack of strict orthodoxy in the film.

My take is that the film has enough religion in it that it's a loving poke by a staff that lived faith from the inside.
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If you haven't heard of Richard Griffin (and Scorpio Films), he's an independent filmmaker from RI. (Check out his other work, such as Return to the Dunwich Horror, Splatter Disco, Pretty Dead Things)The man can write anything from straight-up horror to slapstick. This film falls into more of the humor category, with some nun violence thrown in for good measure. The cast does a great job portraying these rather over the top characters so that the audience still connects with them. All I can say is, who could possibly say no to a musical number sung by Jesus himself? Do yourself a favor and check it out!
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where else can you find a Jesus musicial number and Ganhdi's dojo? Seriously if you are one of those people that complains about Hollywoof and the dog turd remakes of the Flintstones and Dukes of Hazzard, then this unique and original film is for you. Then again, if you like the latest monkey puke Tom Hanks film, by all means, you seriously aren't ready for this film
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I love B Movies and this one didn't disappoint Fun Cheesy action from a group of Butt Kickin' Vigalanty Type Nuns that have no problem taking the law into their own hands in the name of the Big Guy Up Stairs. The New Order Of Nuns for the crimes of the times.
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This film is one of the most incredible horrible movies i have ever seen. The music, concept, even the on point comedic timing for actors that never went on to go beyond B movie acting is very solid. If you like puns and lots of blood. We watched this for my Sunday Bad movie brunch and it greatly exceeded my expectations. Well worth watching.
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Caught this at a local screening. Laughed my butt off.
This effort by director Richard Griffin has an excellent sense of irony and irreverent humor combined with excellent comic pacing.
I recommend seeing it more than once since you will very likely be laughing thru half the jokes the first time around.
It's the story of an order of vigilante nuns (The Black Habit) with a special penchant for dealing justice out to evil mobsters. There's some soft-core nudity (always nice) and every conceivable variation of nun jokes and religious humor in general.

The violence is over the top bloody without being a gorefest.

Normally I'm not one for musical numbers, but this has some real rib ticklers. Where else are you going to laugh when Jesus does a song and dance with a bevy of leather-clad nuns providing backup?

What's really tasty is the cast. Sarah Nicklin simmers with sexual attitude, Brand Aponte is perfect as the angry mob avenger and the rest of the cast CAN ACTUALLY ACT! Incredible in a low budget film, I know, but it's true. This is one of the big redeeming factors here where most low budget efforts fall flat.

Don't get my wrong, I'm a big fan of badly acted low budget features. But in those instances the bad acting is the reason I laugh. I have a very MST3000 sense of humor. But not so here. Mr. Griffin has managed to corral some real talent and it makes all the difference. One laughs at the jokes, not at the acting. With him, not at him.

So do yourself a favor and pick this one up. Unless you're devoutly religious, you'll have a great time. And even if you are and have a sense of humor, you could still find yourself in stitches.
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I should have questioned when viewing on the Net why Nun of That the movie had a 2 Minute Trailer & a four & a half minute trailer. Yes I bamboozled myself into thinking the Nun of That short film ( that inspired the movie) was the trailer for the actual film & boy was I surpised when a lot of the scenes from the NOT short story simply didn't happen at all in the movie. Still after getting over my bout of confusion & checking the actual trailer I realised it was very true to the movie. Both versions noted above are included on this DVD, which I recommend.My only critique of the movie is that it wasn't the laughfest the originator was. Yes it had it's moments but it got a little too dark in places & when it did the comedy damage control was a little slow arriving. Sara Nicklin's Nun garb as well underwent a slight modification between the 2 versions. You decide if that matters or not. The DVD has lots of trailers, commentaries from the creators & actors as well as a behind the making of the movie feature. All in all a pretty entertaining production. They accomplished a lot here with a small budget. This movie will attain cult status some day but because of blood & gore as well as handling sensitive themes it will be a while before it gets to your TV screen. A good reason I think to buy your DVD now & Sara Nicklin is exceptional.
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This is a movie to either enrage or amuse Catholics although there is little Catholicism in it other than the use of nun outfits (sort of) and a poke or two at some Catholic icons, notably the Pope. The song and dance routine by Jesus and his interaction with the nuns (they are after all his wives) provide the most humor. There is not really any sort of a plot in this movie, just a send-up of religion in general and those sexy(?) nuns in particular. Not everyone's cup of tea, but then, what is?
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