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God Said, Ha! plumbs poignant depths, but Julia Sweeney's sharp, graceful wit makes this one-woman monologue a wise, big-hearted burst of uplifting -- and perhaps therapeutic -- entertainment. Read critic reviews

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In this film adaptation of her well received one-woman stage show, actress Julia Sweeney chronicles the comically disastrous year of her life in which both she and her brother Michael were diagnosed with rare forms of cancer and were forced to move back in with their parents. Sweeney's ability to find hope and humor in the darkest parts of her life earned her a Grammy nomination in 1996 for the Broadway version of the show. The film features a cameo with producer Quentin Tarantino.

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  • Jan 20, 2010
    Interesting concept with Julia Sweeney discussing cancer in the guise of a stand up routine...but it just doesn't work.
    John B Super Reviewer
  • Apr 23, 2008
    I watched this because I had 3 people in my family diagnosed with cancer, two of them lost there lives too it. This movie honestly though hardly even talks about it. It merely uses these people being diagnosed to tell a bunch of mini stories that happend during the 9months her parents and family lived with her again. It's hardly funny. If I wanted to see something like this I would watch a stand up comedy night, not rent a movie. It's one woman, standing in one room, telling a boring and non-funny story for a long time. It's not good at all.
    Bobby H Super Reviewer

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