Nun of That


Action / Comedy

IMDb Rating 5.1 10 395

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Uploaded by: FREEMAN
August 27, 2022 at 12:40 PM

Top cast

838.71 MB
English 2.0
24 fps
1 hr 31 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by DavidErinWilson 9 / 10

Nun's The Word!

Another great flick from SFR and Richard Griffin and a grand cast of 10s!

A cult classic in the making for sure and no race, creed, ethnicity, religion or mob affiliation escapes ridicule in this stylistic Grindhouse/nunsploitation montage. More blood, pasta, habits, grenades, automatic weapons and young cloistered angst per inch of digital-celluloid then Tarantino could possibly imagine.

And the Jesus-meets-Busby-Berkley musical number is worth the price of admission by itself. I laughed, I cried, I choked on my rosary.

An absolute 9 out of 10. An open bar would have made it a 10.

Reviewed by Woodyanders 8 / 10

Greatest vigilante nun movie ever made

Short-tempered Sister Kelly Wrath (a fabulously feisty performance by Sarah Nicklin) gets gunned down in an alley. She's subsequently chosen by God to join the vigilante squad The Order of the Black Habit, who are a group of crime fighting nuns on a mission to eradicate the mob. Director Richard Griffin, who also co-wrote the brash and irreverent script with Ted Marr, really makes the most out of the gloriously outrageous premise: We've got often hysterically profane dialogue (Sister Wrath swears like a truck driver), excessive bloody violence, lesbianism, broadly drawn stereotypical characters, wild bone-crunching fights, ninja rabbis, Gandhi popping up as a benign martial arts instructor (!), and even an incredible musical number featuring a rapping Jesus and a break dancing nun. Moreover, the lively cast has a field day with the off the wall material, with especially praiseworthy work from Alexandra Cipollo as the sweet and flirtatious Sister Pride, Shanette Wilson as the bawdy Sister Lust, Ruth Sullivan as the antagonistic Sister Gluttony, Rich Tretheway as fearsome mobster Momma Rizzo, Brandon Luis Aponte as the ruthless Richie Corbucci, and, in a truly stand-out turn, David Lavallee Jr. as vicious Jewish hit-man Viper Goldstein. Moreover, Michael Reed does sterling duty as a hip Christ and a supremely suave Satan, Deborah Rochon has a snappy bit as a fed-up Mother Superior, and Lloyd Kaufman makes a priceless cameo appearance as the pope. Jacob Larimore's vibrant cinematography provides a neat stylish look. Both the cool soundtrack and the funky throbbing score by Tony Milano and Daniel Hildreth hits the get-down groovy spot. A total riot.

Reviewed by gigatron-2 1 / 10

what a waste of time!

I knew that this film looked bad but I was surprised to see the other reviews, all of them singing praises for 'Nun of That'. So, after reading these consistently stellar reviews I thought I'd better check it out. My conclusion upon doing so is that the other reviews must have been written by cast, crew and investors - this film is awful, awful, awful and I really cannot think of one good thing to say about it. It's not 'so bad it's good' - it's just plain bad! This film could have been written, acted and directed by high school students and as such has no aesthetic whatsoever.

Don't waste your time like these film-makers did.

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