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Current Rating: 4.27

Current Rating: 4.27

based on 1151 votes and 8 reviews

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  • The movie was alright. But who can tell me where it was filmed? Other then british columbia =P it was filmed at my school. good old clayton heights secondary. The jesus statue was outside my school for months.
  • saved is wonderfull, but, i love ,macaulay culkin, he is the boy of my dreams. when i look my tv and i watch his eyes, ohh...i`m crazy for you, macaulay!!
  • I THOUGHT THAT THE MOVIE SAVED! WAS REALLY GOOD. ONLY THING THAT I WILL DO IS SHOW WHAT HAPPEN AFTER THE BABY WAS BORN. NUT IT WAS A BEST MOVIE I SAW IN A LONG TIME.
  • SAVED WITH MANDY MOORE SUCKED
  • Funny, smart and great for the times that we`re living in. The director and writer are subltle in trying to reach a main stream audience and changing the world. America....this is your wake-up call!
  • I thought the movie was amazing it shows such a real portrail of christien high school and it`s intolerence on anything that it can`t understand, explain or fit into it beliefs or ideals. The actors(especially moore)proved their worth.All in all the movie had a great concept, script and actors.
  • it was OK and only OK i thought it would be better some parts just dragged on nevertheless mandy moore still acts well in her role. jena malone wasnt so good and the storyline wasnt that great. its worth renting, not paying the theatre to see.
  • I guess it was alright, there are definitly better movies out then that though.. I don`t even think it was as good as they made it sound, In otherwards.. Don`t bother wasting your time and money on it

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Genre:  Comedy , Drama | Running Time:  92 min.
Release date:  June 11, 2004 | On DVD/VOD:  October 5, 2004

Current rating: Rating: 4.27
based on 1151 votes and 8 reviews
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Cast: Jena Malone, Mandy Moore, Macaulay Culkin, Patrick Fugit, Heather Matarazzo, Eva Amurri Martino, Martin Donovan, Mary-Louise Parker