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as John Luther
as Sen. Donald Harrison
as Dave Wilson
as Dr. Charles Luther
as TV Anchor
as Pastor Ryan Morris
as Mr. Gray
as U.S. President
as U.S. President
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Critic Reviews for Persecuted
Persecuted squanders the talents of its impressive cast -- including James Remar, Bruce Davison, Fred Dalton Thompson and Dean Stockwell -- with its bizarre premise and inept execution.
A heavy-handed and didactic drama which also manages to be totally mushy in terms of the message it's trying to convey.
Just why one particular TV preacher is so all-fired important isn't clear, and neither is anything else about this overwrought mess.
Straw-man cinema doesn't get much more ludicrous than this heavy-handed, Christian-themed minister-on-the-run thriller.
The Lord works in mysterious ways but "Persecuted" works in blundering, obvious ways, straining a Christianity-under-attack theme through a dopey thriller.
Audience Reviews for Persecuted
The persecution has already come to America - Christianity is the only religion you can bad-mouth here. All other religions are "protected" by political correctness umbrella.
I heard about this movie from my brother who watched a review for it from The Bible Reloaded YouTube series. We watched it yesterday to laugh at it because the reviewers made it sound hilariously bad. That's what I got for the first half. But once the second half was done, I realized something. I freaking hated this movie. It's just so boring and pretentious and obviously has no idea what it's talking about. And it's so hard to follow because it explains nothing. Usually movies like this spell everything out for the audience but this one just assumes that the message is so obvious that everyone can get it upon the first viewing. Bottom Line: This movie is crap. I don't recommend it to anyone.
Corrupt Washington DC making sure that Americans remain blindfolded to today's fleecing of America, and the sheeple who swoon over our communistic president and his cronies.
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