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Watching people watch a stage is just lazy filmmaking, no matter how many donkeys, doves and bleating goats enliven the spectacle.
It's as if Eureka Springs isn't about religion, but rather a religion itself. Come join us. It's subtle, but it's like a friendly knock on your door met with a bottle of cognac and a book of hymns. It's good-natured and all, but should we still drink it?
The movie's vision of varieties of religious experience and celebrations of identity is matched by its fervent embrace of community in the shift from hatred to acceptance.
This cheerful small town portrait makes for an idealistic crowd-pleaser -- after all, Eureka Springs is the rumored home of healing waters
A miracle indeed.
Even the most cynical contemporary social critics can find optimism in this crowd-pleasing documentary.
The filmmakers wisely avoid commenting on the issues, cutting scenes together with knowing wit to make an important point, bracingly highlighting the hypocrisy of people who use the Bible to justify bigotry.
Directors Michael Palmieri and Donal Mosher packed in a lot of thought-provoking philosophical material into an hour and ten minutes.
Brisk and propulsive, Mosher and Palmieri pace the film perfectly, getting across their point with economy and startling humanity.
The Gospel Of Eureka is fairly straightforward in structure, with no real surprises, but it tells a story that matters, stepping boldly away from the popular narrative.
One of the more fascinating examinations of American religion and the meaning of faith in recent cinema.
The filmmakers are respectful of their subjects, allowing all to be heard ... Let us therefore go forth and trumpet The Gospel of Eureka as a most worthy scripture for our time.
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