Film Fanatics: ‘Saturday’s Warrior,’ ultimate in LDS cinema comfort food?

REVIEW – In this episode of “Film Fanatics,” co-hosts Bruce Bennett and Adam Mast chime in on “Saturday’s Warrior.” This latest slice of cinema inspired by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints faith is an adaptation of a popular stage play that first debuted in 1974.

Does the musical do the original play justice?

Is “Warrior” goofy, campy, cool or cheesy, comfort food or perhaps green jello – and will it find an audience beyond the LDS?

Bruce and Adam wrestle through the issues:

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On the St. George News homefront, attention is likely to zoom in on actor Caroline Labrum, a 15-year-old Dixie Middle School student from St. George, who makes her first feature film debut in “Satuday’s Warrior.”

Read Labrum’s story, see her interview here: Local actor, Dixie Middle School student, set for big screen debut


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