Religion, Inc. (A Fool and His Money) (1989)

Religion, Inc. (A Fool and His Money)

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Religion, Inc. was originally -- and very briefly -- released as A Fool and His Money. While watching TV, ex-adman Morris Codman (Jonathan Penner) receives a message from God. Advised by the Almighty to go into business for himself, Codman inaugurates his own religion, founded on a philosophy of selfishness. Two distinguished men of letters appear in Religion Inc -- George Plimpton (as God!) and Jerzy Kosinski -- but that's not why this loser is currently available on video shelves. It seems … More

Rating: R
Genre: Comedy
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On DVD: Feb 28, 1995
Runtime:

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as Morris Codman

as Dr. Clarity

as Rev. Billy Bob McElr...

as Joe French

as Mrs. Codman

as The Beggar

as Himself

as Rabbi Bernstein
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This was just about one of the worst movies I have seen. 81 minutes of pure torture. Sandra Bullock is advertised blatantly on the cover but she has only a very small role. She does well in her role, but it is too small to help the movie any. The movie honestly has no plot, and pretty bad acting. The end is quite bad. I would not recommend watching, renting, or buying this movie unless you are into movies with bad acting and no plot.

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