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God's Army [2000] (2 discs)
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Director:Richard Dutcher
Writer:Richard Dutcher
Composer:Miriam Cutler
Length:108 minutes
(1 hour 48 minutes)
MPAA Rating:PG
Suggested Event Use:Sunday
Sorting Category:Religious
IMDB Rating:6.6/10
Rotten Tomatoes Rating:42%
Amazon Rating:5.0/5 stars
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Synopsis: It's a time of spiritual growth when Elder Allen arrives on his mission and finds out it's more than he expected.


Reaction: This is a wonderfully straight-forward telling of many of the difficulties LDS missionaries face.


Personal Rating: 9/10

Select Cast and Crew
Richard Dutcher => Director / Writer / Elder Dalton
Miriam Cutler => Composer
Anthony Anselmi => Elder Harmer
Desean Terry => Elder Banks
Elaine Hill => Elaine
Erica Clare => Sindy
Fawn Perez => Laura
Francine Riber => Connie
Jacque Gray => Sister Fronk
James Powell => Gene Dalton
Jeffrey Scott Kelly => Elder Mangum
Jennifer Christopher => Karla
John Kraemer => Tim
John Pentecost => President Beecroft
Kelli Coleman => Sister Monson
Lance Johnson => Brother Rose
Larry Bagby => Cop #1
Lorena Mena => Lyla
Louie Olivos Jr. => Laura's Father
Luis Robledo => Elder Sandoval
Lynne Carr => Sister Beecroft
Matthew A. Brown => Elder Allen
Michael Buster => Elder Kinegar
Peter Jackson [II] => Elder Downey
Seamus Hurley => Elder Rex
Todd Davis => Elder Stokes

Random Trivia For This Title:

  • Incorrectly regarded as a goof: Elder Sandoval is seen playing a guitar. Musical instruments are allowed on Mormon missions, though many forgo them, preferring to travel light.
  • Factual errors: The black name tags lacked the "The" in "The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints."
  • Factual errors: In real life, Elder Dalton would have been sent home from his mission when he had brain cancer. No missionary is ever allowed to stay in the field "just because he wants to," particularly in life-or-death matters of health like that.
  • The Elder Allen character background is loosely based on Richard Dutcher's own life.