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Mary (Jena Malone) is a good Christian girl who goes to a good Christian high school in Baltimore where she has good Christian friends, mainly Hilary Faye (Mandy Moore), and a perfect Christian boyfriend, Dean (Chad Faust). Her life seems perfect, until the d…
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Mary (Jena Malone) is a good Christian girl who goes to a good Christian high school in Baltimore where she has good Christian friends, mainly Hilary Faye (Mandy Moore), and a perfect Christian boyfriend, Dean (Chad Faust). Her life seems perfect, until the day that she finds out that Dean may be gay. After "seeing" a vision of Jesus in her pool, she does everything in her power to help him turn straight, including offering up her virginity. But none of it helps because Dean's caught and sent to a "degayification" center and Mary ends up pregnant. It's during her time of need that she becomes real friends with the school's set of "misfits," including Cassandra (Eva Amurri), the school's only Jewish girl; Roland (Macaulay Culkin), Hilary Faye's wheelchair bound brother, and Patrick (Patrick Fugit), the skateboarder son of the school's principal, Pastor Skip (Martin Donovan); whilst Hilary Faye turns her into a social outcast.

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  • A very enjoyable and funny movie

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  • Just rude and awful - not recommended at all!

  • Ironically this was a bit 'preachy' in its criticism of churches (as opposed to religion) but is an very engaging comedy with some wit and irony. Culkin steals the scene time and time again. Watch the deleted scenes too.

  • I rented this movie because I seemed to remember reviews about it being controversial and Gay themed. The Gay theme is basically one tool used by this movie to show the hypocrisy of organised religion. I get that. In the end though, it is still just a teen flick, very well fit for teens.

  • Don't trust the trailer, the film is ten million times better.

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