Brother Jed The Movie – Review

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Brother Jed The Movie – Review

Some people should not make movies. Likewise some people should not ever become a preacher.

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Sometimes both of those warnings are ignored by the same man. In this instance it is Jesse Morrell.

Jesse Morrell is not an open air preacher. To call him that would be an insult to great ones (some of whom write for this very blog). He is more like a clown. Dressed in costume resembling comedians during the early Marx brothers era. I say like a clown, because I enjoy clowns, it’s a talent, art and craft. Jesse is an insult to the worst clowns.


But now Jesse Morrell has made the jump from comedic satire of preaching, into the realm of making movies…because according to Jesse, making movies is like not sinning. Everyone can do it.

Jesse’s first four and a half hour long epic is all about another marxian clown satire of a preacher, Jed Smock. You read that correctly, 270 minutes of Jed Smock.

Four and a half hours is a long time. A lot of things can be done during that time. Watching a single YouTube video should not be one of those things, but should one day someone tie you to a chair forcing you to spend four hours watching a single video, I can think of many great ones such as Nyan Cat, or you could put yourself to sleep by watching four hours of baby lullabies.

This documentary film on Jed Smock is neither documentary nor film. It’s a montage of very long, unedited, unartistic, out of focus, amateur home videos. It exists solely as a post modern experiment on the term editing. To make a film, one has to edit. To edit video means to trim or cut down, to assemble into a narrative, but this film, somehow by what can only be pure pelagian magic, came together without ever being edited.

Video is Jesse Morrell’s top priority this year. Up next will be a film on Reuben Israel.

You would think such a monstrosity of assembled frames would never be accepted. You would think that humanity has limits as to what counts as film. But sadly, they do not. People will likely watch it. People will give it high praise. People will donate massive amounts of money so Jesse can continue to pollute YouTube’s servers.

Said someone on YouTube:

It doesn’t matter what it’s like as long as it comes from the heart.

Normally I would disagree with such a statement by saying something witty like, Say that to the architect who designs your house, but perhaps in this instance, this individual is correct. Perhaps this film is a direct representation of the filthy, wicked, heart of one who says I am without sin.

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