The Work and the Glory 2004

Critics score:
17 / 100

Reviews provided by RottenTomatoes

John Monaghan, Detroit Free Press: Ultimately stumbles in its mission to make the founding of the Mormon religion interesting to a general audience. Read more

Tom Keogh, Seattle Times: A likable, ambitious film that does its proselytizing in a roundabout way until its clumsy, final half-hour. Read more

Kerry Lengel, Arizona Republic: It's hard to imagine this movie capturing an audience outside the Mormon community. Read more

Ty Burr, Boston Globe: Handsomely mounted but awfully bland. Read more

Roger Moore, Orlando Sentinel: A pretty but weakly written and acted period piece. Read more

St. Louis Post-Dispatch: Read more