Father Stu

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  • Official Trailer
  • Trailer 1

Movie Info & Cast

Synopsis

Follows the life of Father Stuart Long, a boxer-turned-priest who inspired countless people during his journey from self-destruction to redemption.

Cast

  • Mel Gibson
  • Mark Wahlberg
  • Jacki Weaver
  • Teresa Ruiz
  • Niko Nicotera
  • Faith Jefferies
  • Cody Fern
  • Chiquita Fuller
  • Ned Bellamy
  • Annet Mahendru

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Verified Review
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my husband recently died from pancreatic cancer Mark Wahlberg was one of his favorite actors I had to see this and I took my husband with me

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Yvonne H
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#mustsee

A must see. Inspiration and a true testimony of Gods love for us. Finally a feel good faith based film. Thank you Mark and Mel.

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John L

Metacritic

65
Apr 18, 2022

Ultimately, Father Stu is unlike any other faith-based film I’ve seen. It’s raw, honest, and uplifting without tapping into preachy territory, which ultimately makes it effortlessly uplifting.

Metacritic review by Brittany Witherspoon
Brittany Witherspoon
Film Threat
25
Apr 13, 2022

The film is a Hollywood-approved show of Old Testament judgment that sees all people as sinners and thus deserving of all the punishment they receive.

Metacritic review by Derek Smith
Derek Smith
Slant Magazine
42
Apr 13, 2022

As a critic who’s professionally obligated to reckon with the latest trends in Christian cinema, I have to admit that Wahlberg’s R-rated conception of godly entertainment seems almost divine when compared to the culture war militance of “God’s Not Dead” or the Sunday school hokeyness of “I Still Believe.”

David Ehrlich
IndieWire