A mechanic (Elba) enlists the help of a successful-but-lonely attorney (Union) while trying to wrest custody of his three daughters from his treacherous ex-wife and her larcenous boy friend... See full summary »
Tracee Ellis Ross
A rasta musician meets a gospel singer when they both enter a music contest in Kingston Jamaic. They fall for each other but are kept apart by the Girl's father the Pastor, who wants her to marry into the church.
A successful asset manager, who has just received a huge promotion, is blissfully happy in his career and in his marriage. But when a temp worker starts stalking him, all the things he's worked so hard for are placed in jeopardy.
A young singer turns his back on God and his father's church when tragedy strikes. He returns years later to find the once powerful congregation in disarray. With his childhood friend creating a "new vision" for the church, he is forced to deal with family turmoil, career suicide, and relationship issues that send him on a collision course with redemption or destruction. Written by
You're amazing. You quote scripture better than anybody I know. You know the Bible backwards and forwards. But you have no clue... no clue. You need Jesus, Frank. You need Jesus.
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As someone who is actively inolved in the music ministry at my church, I highly recommend this movie. The movie is a lesson in what it means to worship and put me into a position where I found myself examining my motives as to why I sing on the worship team. Based solely on it's technical merits, the film is no Oscar contender. It is better than a lot of movies, not as good as others. On the other hand, if a movie touches a life, if that life is changed when they walk out of the theatre after having seen the movie, as this one has done for me, then whatever faults there may be in the film can justifiably be overlooked. If you want to learn what it really means to worship, this is a very good film and worth seeing.
I have to add, one of the things that impressed me most in this film was how the people at the church, and not just the choir, worshiped with their whole body. It's one thing to simply sing about the joy of the Lord, but when you express that joy with more than just your mouth, it takes the worship experience to a whole new level.
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