Jesus Henry Christ: Tribeca Review
A child prodigy goes looking for his sperm-donor dad in a comedy that seems to be reaching for a "Little Miss Sunshine" vibe.
NEW YORK — Prodigious mental gifts prove no substitute for an intact family in Jesus Henry Christ, writer/director Dennis Lee's amusing but scattered and unconvincing comedy about a kid genius in search of the father he never knew. A generally strong (if poorly used) cast and cartoonish vibe may connect with some moviegoers, but theatrical prospects are limited even without taking the film's unnecessarily provocative title into account.
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