'Wander to Greater Paths', a Southern Baptist Megachurch in Atlanta is run by Lee-Curtis and his wife, the 'First Lady' Trinitie Childs, played by Regina Hall. 

We're talking about “Honk for Jesus. Save Your Soul”, the movie that depicts the tediousness of the magnification process.

Sterling K. Brown and Regina Hall play a disgraced pastor and his wife desperate for a comebak. 

The story narrates the struggles of the upbeat pastor and his wife who stubbornly try to rebuild their Megachurch in Atlanta. 

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A dark satire, this movie was made from a film short and definitely tells an awkward story on many levels. 

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“Honk for Jesus” shrewdly brings to light the money-minting nature of certain religious groups. 

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The Pastor is verily shown strutting about wearing expensive clothing that clearly indicates how such people leech off of people's blind faith. 

The movie is mainly based on the struggles of the couple. 

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The story is more focused on the comeback of the duo rather than the background of what transpired that led to the fall of the church. 

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The actors playing the lead characters display great talent and skill in their use of facial expressions to portray the characters. 

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'Honk for Jesus' is an intriguing movie that's worth a watch. 

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Watch “Honk for Jesus. Save Your Soul” (Rated R) in theatres or on Peacock from September 2 . 

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'Honk for Jesus' debuted at the Sundance Film Festival and is all set to grace theatres in the US.