Leap of Faith (1992) 720p

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Genres:
Comedy | Drama
Resolution:
1280*714
Size:
991.90M
Quality:
720p
Frame Rate:
23.976 fps
Language:
English 2.0  
Run Time:
108 min
IMDB Rating:
6.1 / 10 
MPR:
PG-13
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Downloaded:
853
Seeds:
63
Peers:
10
Directors: Richard Pearce [Director] ,


Movie Description:
Jonas is a fraudulent faith healer, who uses all the tricks in the book to con the people attending his shows. Jonas and his team of helpers, including Jane who is in need of some romance, travel the country stopping at big towns and cities to put on their show. When one of the trucks breaks down in a small town, Jonas is quick to accept the challenge of making money in this town. His other goal is to seduce Marva, a waitress in the town, but she's a hard nut to crack, as is Will, the local sheriff who's determined to expose Jonas as a fraud.

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Reviews

Praise Jesus!!

Hands down one of Steve Martin's best performance's. Love his character of Jonas. Miracles do happen whether you believe or not.I highly recommend you check this movie out!!!

A must watch.

I have only one comment to make, having watch this movie a number of times over the years, how did Steve Martin not get an Oscar for this performance???????

Steve Martin's deepest character

Jonas Nightengale (Steve Martin) is a fake faith healer leading his traveling circus with Jane Larson (Debra Winger), Hoover (Meat Loaf), Matt (Philip Seymour Hoffman), Tiny (M.C. Gainey) and others. They use all the tricks in the book to con people of their money. One of their trucks breaks down in hard-luck desolate town of Rustwater, Kansas. Jonas decides to 'play' the town and get the girl, waitress Marva (Lolita Davidovich). The town sheriff Will Braverman (Liam Neeson) is determined to get rid of the fraud while Jane keeps flirting with him. Boyd (Lukas Haas) is Marva's cripple brother.

I can see why some would downgrade this for its perceived bias against the religious. This is probably one of Steve Martin's deepest characters. There is depth in this movie and compelling characters. It's not really much of a comedy but it works well as a drama. If this was made with darkness, it could be a truly great movie. Director Richard Pearce doesn't have enough style.
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