Baptists at Our Barbecue (2004) - Rotten Tomatoes

Baptists at Our Barbecue (2004)





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Tartan, a 29-year-old single Mormon, accepts a forest services position in Longwinded, a small town Southwestern mountain town. Longwinded's population comprises 262 Mormons and 262 Baptists -- each group completely biased against the other. In an effort to ease the hostility between the two groups, Tartan talks the Mormons into inviting the Baptists to an "All Faiths" barbecue.


Steven Anderson
as Clark Bender
Bob Bedore
as Father
K. Bethers
as Felicity/Felicity's Mom
Mike Christian
as Orvill Strongfeather
Wayne Brennan
as Brother Stolt
Bonnie Burt
as Sister Hatch
Ryan Lucas
as Willie
Jake Patrick Evans
as Little Lehi
Jan Broberg
as Tartan's Mom
John Foss
as Howard
Alex Gerrish
as Alex Hatch
Frank Gerrish
as Conroy Hatch
Deborah E. Graves
as Mrs. Holden
Tony Larimer
as Pastor Stevens
Dan Merkley
as Tartan Jones
Micaela Nelligan
as Wynona Wingate
Diane Rane
as Bronwyn Smith
Hillary Straga
as Datenapping Woman
Katherine Swigert
as TV Reporter
Natalie Wesche
as Woman In Distress
Helen White
as Sister Theo
Melany Wilkins
as Sister Lynn
Rhett Willman
as Ian Smith
Nikky Winthers
as Wendy Hatch
Mindy B. Young
as Sister North
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Audience Reviews for Baptists at Our Barbecue

Mediocre acting and a cheesy plot line. I wouldn't say I hate it, but there's no reason to ever watch it again.

Sarah Prisbylla
Sarah Prisbylla

Super Reviewer

This is so funny...

Leigh Ryan
Leigh Ryan

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