This comedy centers around a charismatic evangelical preacher played by Pierce Brosnan.
We reviewed the film on Friday and here is the trailer and 3 clips.
The comedy was out this weekend but it’s theatrical release elsewhere in the world has yet to be confirmed.
Salvation Boulevard – Trailer
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Salvation Boulevard – Clip 1
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Salvation Boulevard – Clip 2
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Salvation Boulevard – Clip 3
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Salvation Boulevard is a modern comedy based on the book of the same title by Larry Beinhart (Wag the Dog) about Pastor Dan Day, a charismatic evangelical preacher (Pierce Brosnan) who has captivated a small western American town with his charm – and the promise of a sweet real estate development.
Carl (Greg Kinnear) is a former follower – not of Christ, but of the Grateful Dead – who has since become “found” in Dan’s Evangelical community, serving as one of the preacher’s great examples of spiritual and moral transformation.
But Carl’s new belief system is turned upside down when he witnesses a sinful act that Pastor Dan’s doughy henchman (Jim Gaffigan) aims to cover up.
Directed by George Ratliff. Written by George Ratliff and Douglas Stone. Stars Pierce Brosnan, Greg Kinnear, Jennifer Connoly, Marisa Tomei, Ed Harris, Jim Gaffigan and Ciaran Hinds. Rating: R.
US and Canada release June 24, 2011
UK release June 17, 2011