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Lukewarm (2012)

Not Rated | | Drama
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Luke Rogers was the ideal "Christian". Now in his mid-twenties, Luke has found himself far from the good Christian life he used to lead.

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Thomas Makowski
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Cast

Credited cast:
John Schneider ... Bill
Bill Cobbs ... Thomas
Jenna von Oÿ ... Rose
Nicole Gale Anderson ... Jessie
Jet Jurgensmeyer ... Young Luke
Jason Burkey ... Sam
Randall Franks ... Pastor John Keebley
John Michael Weatherly ... Policeman
David Ditmore ... Customer
Katie Groshong ... Police Woman
Brad Allen ... Crime Scene Photographer
Jeremy Jones ... Luke Rogers
Rusty Whitener Rusty Whitener ... George
Mike Parker ... Harry
Brett Pack Brett Pack ... Matthew
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Luke Rogers (Jeremy Jones, Decision) youth was deep rooted in his family's faith but choices of his father Bill (John Schneider, What Would Jesus Do?) started him down a different path. As a young adult, Sam (Jason Burkey, October Baby) and Rose (Jenna von Oÿ, Blossom) pull him farther from the Christian path as his relationship with his girlfriend Jesse (Nicole Gale Anderson, Jonas) becomes strained. Brother Thomas (Bill Cobbs, The Ultimate Gift) and Pastor John (Randall Franks, In the Heat of the Night) guide him to the choices that prepare him for life. Written by Anonymous

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Chance de Recomeçar See more »

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Why are all xtian movies so bad?
22 May 2015 | by elowy-30049See all my reviews

Looked through some of the approved list xtian movies today, don't even remember how I went down that tangent, and the entire lot, all 6, completely suck. Bad acting, stilted script, simplistic plot, treacly music. Give me Bob Guccione's Caligula any day. John Schneider has appeared in real movies/TV - not award winning material all the time, but legitimate entertainment vehicles. He is wonderful as Jonathan Kent in Smallville. Looking at his IMDb c.v. he appears to love this genre, but he cannot save this mess.

The timing in the dialogue is so off, it is almost as though a deaf/mute were setting the verbal pacing. It pulls you out of the movie (something a movie should never do). And the script is exactly the same as every other xtian movie I watched today: poor misbegotten soul starts out Stepford happy, wanders off the path (drinks,drugs,sex), and finally finds redemption, usually through a kindly black character. What's with the black salvation archetype in these works. Believe me, we are not falling for the "we like you so much now, we make you the redemptive savior character" nonsense.


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