The "shit - fuck - Goddamn" scene is excellent.
Mary is a good Christian girl who goes to a good Christian high school where she has good Christian friends, mainly Hilary Faye, and a perfect Christian boyfriend, Dean. Her life seems perfect, until the day that she finds out that Dean may be gay. After "seeing" a vision of Jesus in a pool, she does everything in her power to help him turn straight, including offering up her virginity. But none of it helps because Dean's caught and sent to a "degayification" center and Mary ends up pregnant. It's during her time of need that she becomes real friends with the school's set of "misfits," including Cassandra, the school's only Jewish girl; Roland, Hilary Faye's wheelchair-bound brother, and Patrick, the skateboarder son of the school's principal, Pastor Skip; whilst Hilary Faye turns her into a social outcast.
This movie is pretty good, but at the same time I wish it hit harder. I know that it pulls the punches a bit to avoid offending its Christian audiences, which I respect it for (despite being a pretty militant atheist myself), but concurrently the humor is kind of gentle by result. Also, some people may view the ending as backsliding, a gigantic apology for any of the iconoclasms that the previous hour and a half may have presented. But hell, you do what you have to. A lot of what strength it does have comes from the performances (especially, once again, Mandy Moore) and the good-natured ribbing of rabid Christians. There are things that Saved is willing to truly attack, dangerous institutions such as indoctrination camps. Everything else is poked at, but left undisturbed on the whole.
Not the best comedy ever, but a good investment of 90 minutes.
(This is my 1000th review! I wish it had been for a movie that's a little more momentous, but who gives a shit? It's just the Internet. I like to think that this is some sort of reward from Jesus or something.)