The Catechism Cataclysm

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Plot

Father William Smoortser drops his bible into a toilet at a rest stop just before embarking on a day-long canoe trip, breaking loose all glorious hell.

Release Year: 2011

Rating: 5.6/10 (164 voted)

Critic's Score: 47/100

Director:
Todd Rohal

Stars: Steve Little, Robert Longstreet, Wally Dalton

Storyline
Father William Smoortser drops his bible into a toilet at a rest stop just before embarking on a day-long canoe trip, breaking loose all glorious hell.

Cast:

Steve Little

Father William


Robert Longstreet

Robbie Shoemaker


Wally Dalton

Father O'Herlihey


Ann Maddox

Huckleberry Finn


Koko Lanham

Tom Sawyer


Rico A. Comic

Jim


Jay Wesley Cochran

Depressed Businessman


Joe Ivy

Canoe Shop Owner


Barbara Pomer

Milagros Maria


Enrique Olguin

Miguel


Alice Bridgforth

Parishoner


Garrett Cantrell

Rest Stop Family


Sadie Cantrell

Rest Stop Family


Derek Erdman

Hoodlum


Judy Findlay

Elderly Shopper

Taglines:
God will fuck you up.



Details

Official Website:
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Release Date: 19 October 2011

Filming Locations: Seattle, Washington, USA

Gross: $1,933
(USA)
(23 October 2011)



User Review

Pointless

Rating: 3/10


I really wanted to laugh and I did at the first scene with the old lady
with the gun and the narration by Father Billy telling a story to his
parishioners. Unfortunately, it's all down hill from there.

The good father takes a vacation with a guy(Robbie) from his school
days on a canoe down a river. Robbie had dated the priests sister many
years earlier. While rafting they exchange stories which go nowhere and
stop ashore to drink beer. Then two Asian women appear with a man they
call Tom Sawyer and we quickly turn from comedy to science fiction. No
need to give away the ending, suffice it to say that it is completely
ridiculous. What could have been an interesting movie is just a waste
of time.