Jesus, Mary and Joey Reviews

  • Sep 01, 2010

    Opening credits have Melissa Joan Heart, yeah, she's in one scene and probably got it all in one take. I don't recomend this movie to just anyone, considering it is super preachy with all the Jesus talk. They don't really explain some things too. Joey keeps seeing people that aren't there and then they make a random reference to Oh, God! with John Denver and even mention him but then they make a reference to the sequel, expecting people to know what they are talking about, and no one has seen that, why would you even assume people have seen that?

    Opening credits have Melissa Joan Heart, yeah, she's in one scene and probably got it all in one take. I don't recomend this movie to just anyone, considering it is super preachy with all the Jesus talk. They don't really explain some things too. Joey keeps seeing people that aren't there and then they make a random reference to Oh, God! with John Denver and even mention him but then they make a reference to the sequel, expecting people to know what they are talking about, and no one has seen that, why would you even assume people have seen that?

  • Jan 04, 2010

    WHAT! Melissa Joan Hart was only in it for 5 seconds! Shame! Overall, pretty good storyline, some handsom men and good strong family bond in the end!

    WHAT! Melissa Joan Hart was only in it for 5 seconds! Shame! Overall, pretty good storyline, some handsom men and good strong family bond in the end!

  • Mar 27, 2009

    Excellent movie. We rented it just 'cause it had "Jesus" in the title, expecting to find it to be something hollywoodish, but it really was great. It appears that the director is alluding to something that happened to him or someone he knows in real life. It demonstrates the struggle between religion and Jesus, how Catholics who find Jesus sometimes struggle to let go of tradition and hold unto love. It also challenges Christian tradition that doesn't believe in miracles.

    Excellent movie. We rented it just 'cause it had "Jesus" in the title, expecting to find it to be something hollywoodish, but it really was great. It appears that the director is alluding to something that happened to him or someone he knows in real life. It demonstrates the struggle between religion and Jesus, how Catholics who find Jesus sometimes struggle to let go of tradition and hold unto love. It also challenges Christian tradition that doesn't believe in miracles.

  • May 06, 2008

    Good family movies - No cussing or nudity at all.

    Good family movies - No cussing or nudity at all.

  • Mar 26, 2008

    It was a "oncer"...kinda preachy, but an OK movie to see once.

    It was a "oncer"...kinda preachy, but an OK movie to see once.

  • Feb 28, 2008

    Nice little film.Marley Shelton is a spunk.Is called Welcome back Miss Mary in Australia....

    Nice little film.Marley Shelton is a spunk.Is called Welcome back Miss Mary in Australia....