Meet Roy Weichbrodt, Holyman Undercover.
Join Roy as he says farewell to the farm and hello to Hollywood in this zany comedy. Roy heads to Los Angeles to search for his long-lost uncle, and instead finds fame and fortune playing Satan on a top-rated television show. While pursuing the girl of his dreams, Roy's fantasy quickly vanishes when scheming networks, powerful producers and temperamental co-stars turn his life into the world's worst reality show.
Featuring an uplifting, inspirational message and an all-star cast:
- David A.R. White (Mercy Streets, Six, The Moment After)
- Fred Willard (Anchorman, WALL-E)
- John Schneider (Dukes of Hazzard, Hidden Secrets, Set Apart)
- Jennifer Lyons (Dorm Daze, Married with Children)
- Clint Howard (Austin Powers, Little Nicky, Apollo 13)
- Edie McClurg (voice of Mrs. Claus in Holidaze: The Christmas That Almost Didn't Happen, Ferris Bueller's Day Off)
|Director:||David A.R. White|
|Producer(s):||David A.R. White, Michael Scott, Russell Wolfe, Byron Jones|
17 members reviewed: Holyman Undercover
- S. R. C
This wasn't a good Christian movie!!!!It had extremely inappropriate scenes for Christians. No one should watch this movie. It had an inapropriately dressed woman, sexual suggestions, someone enjoying an alcoholic beverage, smoking, lying.......etc. .....you name it!!!! It was very bad. No Christian themes could counteract the terrible things in this movie. What was David White thinking???? We hate that we sat through it waiting for the Christian themes to pop up and make it worth watching because there wasn't anything there to make this piece of trash worth watching!!!!
- Laura C
This was one of the dumbest movies I have seen! Don't waste your time renting this one.
- Susie D
I can't think of one redeeming quality about this movie. It is truly a waist of time. The Amish portray in it are completely inaccurate and as off as the rest of the movie.
- Diane W
Kind of cute but pretty dorky as well. A bit overacted.
- Jan K
I thought this was a really terrific little film with a great cast including Fred Willard, John Schneider and one my favorite Christian actors David White. This was the first Christian comedy I've seen and it was genuinely laugh out loud funny in places. Not only that, it's a great ministry tool too. The temptations Roy faces mirror the temptations faced by youths everywhere. Not just specific sins like sex, drugs and alcohol -- which assault our kids from every direction -- but the overwhelming pressure to conform to the world's definition of success and popularity. Roy ultimately learns the hard way that it was his faith and his values that attracted people to him in the first place. I can't wait to show it to the youth group at my church. I think it's a film they will enjoy, and be happy to share with their non-believing friends. It also taught me a lesson too. Too often I've been a bit of a Holyman Undercover myself. This film reminded me to always be prepared to share my faith even if it means some people might think "less" of me.