In our vast Christian entertainment viewing experience, we sometimes come upon films that we can hardly justify writing a full review for. Therefore, for your convenience, so you don’t have to go watch those free films that invade your suggested watch list in on-demand video services, we’ve provided a quick overview here. Someday we might post more, if we’re fortunate enough to find more.
In this special edition of MTASBTNWOT, we examine the three WisenQuest movies that were reproduced by Candlelight Media Group to put a Mormon spin on them. That’s right: Island of Grace has a twin! All they had to do was change some of the evangelical themes to Mormon themes. But also for some bizarre reason, they changed all the names of the cast members, even though they are the same people. Apparently they thought that by changing the names, you would never know this was the same movie. How stupid do they think people are?
Turn Around 
It’s just like Overcome, but with ‘different’ cast members and Mormon bishops! Instead of Jaycee Lynn, it’s Jaci Twiss! Instead of Aaron Brown, it’s Jordon Sorensen! It’s also based on some kind of Mormon story about Alma the Younger (whoever that is) instead of loosely based on the Apostle Paul. But does anybody really care?
Beauty and the Beast: A Latter Day Tale
Once again, Matthew Reese replaces Matthew Davis (not really, they’re the same guy). This fairytale now has a latter day spin on it! Seriously people, why would you pretend that it’s a different movie by changing the title and the cast member names but not the character names (oh look at that: they didn’t change Caitlyn E. J. Meyer’s name)? What’s the point of copying on top of another film just so you can have a version that suits your section of beliefs? Might as well copy all other Christian films and Mormon-ize them while you’re at it.
Well that’s all for now! Maybe we’ll post another one someday…maybe not…