Sarah Silverman: Jesus Is Magic
Sarah Silverman: Jesus Is Magic (2005)

The film comprises Sarah Silverman's performance before a live audience interwoven with stylish musical numbers and backstage intrigue. Comedians Bob Odenkirk and Brian Posehn also make appearances along with Silverman's band, The… More

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Rated: R
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Release Date: November 11, 2005
DVD Release Date: June 6, 2006
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Critic Score: 64% Rotten Tomatoes™ Critic Reviews

Consensus: Silverman's brand of humor is dirty, offensive, and, judging from this film, very, very funny.

Tim Arthur
Time Out

Not to everyone's taste but her legions of internet fans won't be disappointed. Anyone who can come up with a line like 'I don't care if you think I'm a racist, I just want you to think I'm thin,' is okay in our books.

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Robert Denerstein
Denver Rocky Mountain News

As a concert film, Jesus Is Magic proves totally lacking in electricity, and for me, even the funnier lines produced only chuckles.

Felix Vasquez Jr.
Cinema Crazed

It's a brutally disappointing and unfunny movie for such a hilarious woman.

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Bill Muller
Arizona Republic

I wouldn't take my mother, but this stand-up movie is pretty funny.

Lisa Kennedy
Denver Post

Jesus Is Magic is the second part of the title of comic Sarah Silverman's very funny, very wrong movie, which weaves wacky musical numbers and odd backstage moments with an L.A. performance of her one-woman show.

Rich Cline
Shadows on the Wall

Silverman's full-on approach works because she unflinchingly examines these themes with a disarming sweetness.

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Bruce Westbrook
Houston Chronicle

Silverman comes across as a racist, callous diva in Sarah Silverman: Jesus Is Magic.

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Wesley Morris
Boston Globe

Silverman's abrasive material is funny because her approach is friendly.

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Derek Malcolm
London Evening Standard

Her comic persona is that of a clueless and politically incorrect hipster who says terrible things without being aware of their shock value. Sometimes it works and sometimes it doesn't.

Flixster Audience Score: 64% Flixster User Reviews
Aaron Neuwirth
Sarah Silverman: Who cares? Different religions. I guess the only time it's an issue I suppose would be if you're having a baby, you have to figure… More
Michael Gildea
The comedy sequences were funny in that really inappropriate way, which is Silverman's schtick. The musical numbers were really annoying. What it comes… More
James Alvarez
If you took away all the musical numbers than this could have been a lot better.
Rico Zamora
Hilarious stand-up comidenne. This movie will make you laugh until your sides are about to split. The combination of stand-up and interlaced vignettes and… More
Gordon Anderson
I'm not sure if Silverman is an edgy genius or an intensely irritating attention seeking egotist. A bit like Robin Williams. She undoubtedly has no fear… More
Jon Olson
Not as funny as her TV show and considerably less charming. But, she's still just as hot.