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From the pages of Robert Farrell Smith's bestseller comes the movie you and your family will love! Starring Heather Beers (Charly), Baptists at our Barbeque tells the heartwarming story of a town divided by religious differences, and the town's new forest ranger (Dan Merkley) who brings everyone together.
- Region: All Regions
- Run Time: 93 minutes
- Subtitles: Spanish
- Format: Widescreen
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by Customer - reviewed on September 18, 2008
Quite a good movie, a little cheesey in some spots but overall enjoyable!
Horrible...you should be ashamed.
by Jennifer - reviewed on October 03, 2005
This is the worst movie I have ever seen. I live in New Hampshire where my son is one of four LDS teenagers attending his high school. Upon going to our local video store, I was surprised to see an LDS movie on its shelves. With great anticipation I rented it for my family to watch. This movie is horrible!! How are we ever to proclaim the gospel to the world if writers and directors continue to produce garbage like this movie wherein Latter-day Saints are depicted as idiot buffoons. My son now has the added challenge of overcoming sterotypes that are depicted in this trashy movie before he can ever hope to touch the hearts of his peers and share with them the sweet message of the gospel. I am offended that this writer and director attempted to take the LDS culture and cartoon it to the point where it is ridiculous. I have a sense of humor, I enjoy quality comedy in movies. I have the ability to laugh at myself. But this movie is not only offensive to my intellect as a human being, but more importantly to my spirit as a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. This movie is blasphemous in its utterance of any church related subjects, including Joseph Smith. In the year where we have been asked to honor this great prophet, I find your movie tasteless and revolting. I am ashamed of you. I am ashamed that Deseret Book stoops so low as to stock your pathetic movie. We are to be an ensign to the nations, not garbage for the gutter.
by Customer - reviewed on December 24, 2009
This movie is at the top of my list when it comes to LDS comedies. I still laugh when I watch it and I've seen it at least 20 times. The characters and story just never get old! I would definitely recommend this to anyone!!! It's a must-see!!!
by Customer - reviewed on March 28, 2005
This was the funniest LDS comedy thus far. I laughed the entire time! It follows the book really well. If you read the book you get the little extras but it's still funny if you didn't read the book!
by Mark - reviewed on November 20, 2008
One of our family's favorite LDS comedies.
by Julie - reviewed on September 23, 2008
My girls and I really like this movie. We like Mobsters and Mormons better but this one is still cute. I think part of what I like is that alot of the stuff in the movies sound so familiar or I can relate to minus the cheesy way it is delivered for film sake. We just think its swell ;P
A sweet story.
by John - reviewed on January 23, 2006
My husband and I watched this movie first, it is such a sweet story. We felt it ok to show our kids. They thought it was funny and had a good ending. It was so nice to see a clean movie. I liked the character Tartan.You grow to like him, he accepts everyone as a member of this church should. The rest of the other characters reminded me of people! I like the complexities of the characters. A think this movie was funny, and entertaining, and it left you on a good note. The message of getting along with your neighbor no matter their religion is a good one. Maybe this movie can halt anti-mormon materials that get circulated around the world? I could only hope.
by Customer - reviewed on October 01, 2008
This is a wholesome movie to watch and teaches great principles on religious tolerance.
I really like this movie!
by Jeanette - reviewed on November 08, 2008
I really liked this movie. It had a great story and I enjoyed the twists. It doesn't hurt to have attractive people in the major rolls. I like the way they portray small town life. It is pretty true, especially in places that have a lot of people who go to the same church(es in this case).
by Customer - reviewed on October 15, 2008
i found this movie funny and entertaining
Must have a sense of humor
by Michael - reviewed on November 30, 2007
I'm wondering if the two folks who found this movie so offensive thought the same of 'The Home Teachers'; 'The Singles Ward'; and 'The RM'. I think we often take ourselves to seriously, and to me this was a delightful movie. Admittedly some of the people depicted might take some explaining to my non-member friends, but to me it just expanded on some people I've known in the church. I found it funny and with a great underlying message of love and compassion for others and their beliefs. Wouldn't it be wonderful if we could all end up as friendly with others not of our faith as depicted in the end of this movie.
by Customer - reviewed on September 30, 2008
This is one of my favorites!
Not particularly funny, but well meaning. Given the budget, they did pretty well.
by Terrence - reviewed on May 12, 2008
The movie overall was average, funny at points. I just don't understand what people are getting so offended over. It is called caricature. It is a comedic device. It's okay. Expanding something to the point of absurdity helps to get a point across. Or do you think you actually have a beam in your own eye?
by Rachel - reviewed on September 14, 2008
We liked this movie. It was a good and funny. There is some immodesty in it which I would expect better from a Mormon movie.
by Gary - reviewed on October 10, 2008
This is a movie I can watch over and over, it is very funny.
Ok but not fabulous
by Customer - reviewed on October 17, 2008
I thought this was pretty funny in some parts but overall not the best made film. The story needed a little more creative development.
Two thumbs up!
by Kristy - reviewed on October 23, 2008
This movie got even my mom's approval!And the end is totally how we should behave to other religions.To reach out!
by Kalina - reviewed on October 23, 2008
This wasn't as good as I thought it would be but it was still funny and a good movie to watch for all ages. Not something I would buy but would enjoy to watch it again.
by Tamara - reviewed on November 22, 2008
This movie was pretty good, not on the top of my list but not on the bottem either. I like the people in the movie
by Janie - reviewed on January 16, 2013
I was expecting such great comedy. (Like the RM or singles ward..) I chuckled once and was bored out of my skull the rest of the time. The acting was mediocre. The main actress has this dumb half-baked look on her face the whole movie, and the guy is just flavorless. I bought it and regret it. Anyone wants to buy it off me?? What a waste of hard earned money.