When a school bus accident devastates an inner city Los Angeles neighborhood, it will forever change the paths for all. Friendships will be challenged, beliefs questioned and it become a time when they must choose which way to fall.
Michael David Trozzo
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I loved Dunbar in Kiss Kiss Bang Bang, and I straightaway went prowling for something else showcasing his obvious talent.
Jada is a flawed movie. It's got some saving graces--of which the presence of Dunbar is one--but it suffers from some poor writing, and shaky pacing and scenario work. It's too bad! I'd love to see a superbly written/directed/edited vehicle for Dunbar. I wish the best for his career.
A side note: I'm not averse to religious messages, but to-date I've only found really satisfactory treatment of faith issues in films with no explicit religious agendas.
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