We Still Say Grace


IMDb Rating 5.5 10 22


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December 12, 2020



Bruce Davison as Tom Oakley
Holly Taylor as Maggie
Rita Volk as Winky
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862.45 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
94 min
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1.73 GB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
94 min
P/S N/A / N/A

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by captainpass 4 / 10 / 10

Veers Into Exagerrated Cliche Land

For the first 50 minutes or so the movie manages to rise above its familiar premise: the group of hip young people with a car break-down near an isolated family of rural folk. Here, "Harold" plays the patriarch of an ultra-devout Christian family that live without a phone in a remote country area. He offers to help and invites the young men into his home on condition that they abide by his rules. Of course, the farmer has daughters; and so part of the plot will center on one of them being peeled off via an attraction between the younger daughter and one of the three young men. So far, so good; and the movie does a decent job of not simply turning Harold into a hypocrite Christian who mouths platitudes while hiding dark secrets (which he obviously does). The problems come in the last thirty minutes. First, the movie is quite a bit too long, and so the slow burn becomes a drag by that point. Second, the film is a social-psychological thriller for the first hour but then switches gears and veers into horror territory with some pretty stark episodes toward the end. The problem is the disjuncture from what came before. What started in Hallmark Channel fashion ends in "Farm House" (2008) territory. The acting is decent, but the material does not always bring out the finest in what is an experienced group of actors.

Reviewed by MovieMaster0 5 / 10 / 10

An OK Thriller

Thought it was quite interesting until the last 30 minutes when it got really boring. Shame that the hired such a bad actor to play the main daughter Sarah. She was practically laughing all the time when someone got killed or other dramatic stuff happened.

Reviewed by paul_haakonsen 5 / 10 / 10

Just another religious fanatic flick...

While the 2020 movie "We Still Say Grace" from writers and directors Brad Helmink and John Rauschelbach was a watchable movie and entertaining enough for what it was, it just wasn't an outstanding movie. Now, don't get me wrong here, because "We Still Say Grace" wasn't a bad movie, but it just turned out to be another run-of-the-mill religious fanatic movie that has been seen and done before. But it should be said that "We Still Say Grace" is definitely worth sitting down to watch. But at the same time, it should also be said that the movie is the type of movie you watch once and never again, as the movie just doesn't have the contents to support more than a single viewing. The storyline in "We Still Say Grace" is pretty straight forward, and actually well enough written, but it was just a tad too generic and given the fact that the movie didn't really offer anything in terms of plot twists and surprises, it made for a rather linear experience. There were some fairly toe-curling and cringeworthy scenes throughout the course of the movie. Not because they were scary or anything, but because they were just so morally wrong and kudos to the writers for managing to pull that off. The acting in the movie was good, and I must say that Bruce Davison really dominated the movie with his performance. He is actually a rather diverse and talented actor, and his performance in "We Still Say Grace" alone makes it worth watching the movie. Ultimately "We Still Say Grace" is a movie that didn't leave much of a lasting impression on me. The movie came and went without much of a noticeable mentioning. My rating of this 2020 thriller lands on a mediocre five out of ten stars.

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