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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.
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Julia Sweeney delivers an extended monologue that's so exquisitely written and so emotionally touching that she manages the near-impossible task of captivating the audience for 85 minutes with quite a demanding material.
Poignant--but never depressing, thanks to Sweeney's sharp--and, it appears, therapeutic--wit.
Sweeny's monologue is truthful and funny in a loose conversational way that draws you in.
Sweeney proves that humor can be a lifesaver in the midst of pain,suffering and setbacks.
It is an odd mixture of the mundane, the deeply moving, the absurd and the tragic, all told with equal enthusiasm.
Julia Sweeney fashions a small, poignant, survivalist gem that's simple in concept, entertaining in delivery, and big in heart.
Were Julia Sweeney not such a gifted comedienne, listening to her uncompromising account of her brother Michael's struggle with lymphatic cancer would be unbearable.
There is a horselaugh implied in the title of Julia Sweeney's affecting one-woman show, God Said 'Ha!', and it's on the lady herself.
a wise, funny, immensely entertaining hour and a half spent with a woman of spirit and verve
you will likely find this picture as therapeutic as a support group, should you or a family member be stricken with a cancer.
Interesting concept with Julia Sweeney discussing cancer in the guise of a stand up routine...but it just doesn't work.
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.
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