Suing the Devil
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|Suing the Devil|
Theatrical release poster
|Directed by||Tim Chey|
|Produced by||David Turrell|
|Written by||Tim Chey|
|Music by||David Turrell|
|Edited by||Tim Chey|
Luke O'Brien (Bart Bronson), a washed-up salesman turned night law student, decides to sue Satan for 8 trillion dollars. On the last day before Luke files a default judgment, Satan (Malcolm McDowell) appears to defend himself. On Satan's legal team are ten of the US's best trial lawyers. The entire world watches on Legal TV to see who will win the Trial of the Century.
- Malcolm McDowell as Satan
- Shannen Fields as Gwen O'Brien
- Corbin Bernsen as Barry Polk
- Tom Sizemore as Tony 'The Hip' Anzaldo
- Bart Bronson as Luke O'Brien
- Rebecca St. James as Jasmine Williams
- Drew Pearson as Reporter Jk
The film won the 5-Dove Award from the Dove Foundation, their highest rating for a "family approved" film. Some secular critics did not like the film. For example, Gabe Toro of The Playlist wrote: "The ideas behind the film are laughably primitive, and it’s startling to see an actor of McDowell’s caliber swept up in them. At the point where Satan begins taking credit for gangsta rap, it’s clear that the ignorance that powers this film is borderline dangerous. . . In short, it’s embarrassing on almost every level, poorly written, shot, scored and edited and bereft of a single idea, interesting or otherwise." Mr Toro gave it a Letter grade of F.
In contrast, Suing the Devil received a 38% audience approval rating on Rotten Tomatoes. No major critics reviewed this film.
'Suing the Devil' was released internationally in Brazil, UK, Canada, Australia, Nigeria.
The film was picked up by Warner Bros that distributed the film in 100 million homes. The film ranked #8 on Walmart's bestselling list on Vudu.com 
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