Yes, God, Yes
Drama • R • 2020 • 1 hr 18 min
This was just a really good funny movie!
Hit very close to home as a former catholic, so it was wildly amusing to me!!
interesting concept! i liked the message the movie had, it’s a great coming-of-age movie. watch it with an open mind and you’ll get it..
funny movie making fun of catholicism and retreats! great acting from nancy from stranger things too. short movie but throughly enjoyed
It's fine, I'm glad to see Donna Lynne Chapman is getting work after crazy ex girlfriend, she was one of the best parts.
Contains an amazing message that everyone on earth should be able to relate to. Amazing acting, heartwarming and jaw dropping scenes
Not my cup of tea, but it was hauntingly accurate. Lots of people, myself included, are recovering from upbringing a like this.
Honestly overall it’s fine, not my favorite movie I have ever seen, but I could understand why some people would enjoy.
It's ok, but I thought it would be better. Natalia Dyer is great here.
Short, poignant story that speaks to those that grew up in religious households. Natalie Dyer plays her role perfectly.
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