Sarah Silverman: Jesus Is Magic

Release Date: November 11, 2005
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Limited release

She looks so young and innocent.

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26/60 Les Winan She's hot, funny and clearly insane. Sarah Silverman's concert film is hilarious most of the time and occasionally dull.

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If Margaret Cho can do it then by God, so can Sarah Silverman.

The foul-mouthed comedian seeks to disprove the notion that she is a one joke comedian with this, the theatrical adaptation of her off-Broadyway show. The movie will be more that, though. It also will intersperse narratives from the actress and even a couple of music videos. The goal is to be as cutting edge and avant garde as possible.

Reviews of the play were largely positive. Many critics hailed her as a genius after viewing the project. It bears noting, however, that a lot of them described themselves as having lowered expectations going in. Silverman's fanbase, the core demographic for the film, might prove harder to please. (David Mumpower/BOP)


Vital statistics for Sarah Silverman: Jesus Is Magic
Main Cast Sarah Silverman
Director Liam Lynch
Distributor Roadside Attractions
Trailer Click Here for Trailer
Rating Unrated
Running Time 72 minutes
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