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All Critics (6)
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It isn't terribly exciting as a movie - director/co-writer Steven Chester Prince mistakes drab pacing as a stylistic match for the laconic charm of his lead actor - but the serious-minded humor has a probing sincerity that carries you along.
None of Jack's relationships are handled with enough conviction to make them stick, and that carries over to a religious message that's squishy in the extreme.
A sharp and funny satire about self-proclaimed spiritual gurus.
Prince's film exhibits an understanding of the zeitgeist and the peculiar crystallization of ideas and trends that make this time in 21st century America so disquieting for so many.
Gary Cole talks through a "Mini Jesus" ventriloquist dummy in Divinity Access, which alone covers the price of admission.
"Divine Access" is most enjoyable keeping close to Burke, with the alternative being a somewhat silly story about fanaticism and jealousy that's difficult to take seriously.
What if Jesus was just some guy looking for the answers to life's big questions himself? What if he lives in modern times? What if he just decided to forget about the big questions and simply get laid as often as possible? And roll credits.
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