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Movie Info & Cast


Before you can win the war on terror you need a terrorist- even if you have to invent one yourself. Moses Al Shabaz (Marchánt Davis) is a small-time Miami street preacher whose far-fetched revolutionary ideas find unexpected legitimacy when a Middle Eastern terrorist organization offers to help fund his dream of overthrowing the US government. The problem? His backer is the US government and it's all part of an elaborate scheme to entrap Moses and make his arrest the latest national security "win.: But when Moses doesn't take the bait, FBI agent Kendra Glack (Anna Kendrick) must resort to increasingly outlandish- and risky- lengths to get her man. Crackling with fast-and-furious one-liners, the new film from button-pushing comedic renegade Chris Morris (Four Lions) is an audacious, bitingly hilarious takedown of our political theater of the absurd.


  • Andrel McPherson
  • Miles Robbins
  • Marchánt Davis
  • Anna Kendrick
  • Kayvan Novak
  • Malcolm M. Mays
  • Calah Lane
  • Curtiss Cook Jr.
  • Danielle Brooks
  • Denis O'Hare

Did You Know?


  • Chris Morris loves potatoes. He eats them everyday


    • Moses: May you live to see the accidental dominance of the white race overthrown.
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Mar 16, 2019

The Day Shall Come is greatest when skewering power and shining a light on grave legal overreach. That we can laugh about it is great, but it’s a sign of our own security, of how unlikely we feel that we would be targeted in the same way. For others, laughing at this movie may not be so easy.

Metacritic review by Monica Castillo
Monica Castillo
Mar 12, 2019

The film represents another leap forward for [Morris].

Metacritic review by John DeFore
John DeFore
The Hollywood Reporter
Mar 12, 2019

A weaponised comedy which concludes with real poignancy. ... The film shares with [Veep] a similarly tart and unvarnished view of the savage, sweary machinations of power and the expendable status of the powerless.

Metacritic review by Wendy Ide
Wendy Ide
Screen International