Honk for Jesus. Save Your Soul.

In the aftermath of a huge scandal, Trinity Childs, the first lady of a prominent Southern Baptist Mega Church, attempts to help her pastor-husband, Lee-Curtis Childs, rebuild their congregation.
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Film Cast:

  • Trinitie Childs: Regina Hall
  • Lee-Curtis Childs: Sterling K. Brown
  • Shakura Sumpter: Nicole Beharie
  • Khalil: Austin Crute
  • Basil: Devere Rogers
  • Keon Sumpter: Conphidance
  • Sapphire Devaughn: Crystal Alicia Garrett
  • Anita: Andrea Laing
  • Sabina: Avis-Marie Barnes
  • Little Aria: Selah Kimbro Jones
  • Yvet: Elle Young
  • YouTuber: Dhane Ross
  • Verlenzo Hawk: Jerome Beazer

Film Crew:

  • Producer: Regina Hall
  • Sound Re-Recording Mixer: David E. Fluhr
  • Producer: Daniel Kaluuya
  • Executive Producer: Jordan Peele
  • Production Design: John Collins
  • Unit Production Manager: Carolina Groppa
  • Producer: Sterling K. Brown
  • Costume Design: Lorraine Coppin
  • Sound Effects Editor: Mark Cookson
  • Executive Producer: Will Greenfield
  • Casting: Shannon Reis
  • Producer: Rowan Riley
  • Co-Executive Producer: Gerry Pass
  • Set Decoration: Semret Fesseha
  • Co-Producer: Jerry TerHorst
  • Editor: Stacy Moon
  • Makeup Artist: Antoinette Rich
  • Director of Photography: Alan Gwizdowski
  • Writer: Adamma Ebo
  • Producer: Adanne Ebo
  • Costume Supervisor: Jazmine Maddox
  • Producer: Amandla Crichlow
  • First Assistant Director: Nick C. Johnson
  • Producer: Kara Durrett
  • Producer: Jessamine Burgum
  • Producer: Matthew R. Cooper
  • Original Music Composer: Marcus Norris
  • Executive Producer: Lucy Keith
  • Makeup Department Head: Lewina David
  • Second Assistant Director: Marcel Pinkowski
  • Set Costumer: Tiffany McKitrick

Movie Reviews:

  • MSB: FULL SPOILER-FREE REVIEW @ https://www.msbreviews.com/movie-reviews/other-films-watched-spoiler-free-review-sundance/#jesus

    “Honk For Jesus. Save Your Soul carries tremendous potential as a religious satire, but besides Regina Hall and Sterling K. Brown’s dedicated performances, it’s hard to find other enjoyable components.

    Except for two admittedly hilarious sequences, the vast majority of jokes and references about religion and the church don’t land at all. The bland dramatic storyline takes itself way too seriously, negatively affecting the balance between the different types of narrative.

    The idea behind the distinct aspect ratios makes sense on paper, but its repetitive, constantly switching execution becomes more frustrating than anything else.

    Maybe viewers with a deeper connection to religion and how the American “church system” works will find it more entertaining…”

    Rating: D+

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