Miles Montego (Ja Rule) has it all - cars, boats, good looks, mansion, money, women, but more importantly, he has a past. Miles is a retired high level drug trafficker who is now completely... See full summary »
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Kirk B.R. Woller
Grace Trey is the ideal Christian teen who is also a phenomenal singer. But at the tender age of eighteen, after she gets the music break of a lifetime and is thrust into the "real world" - her faith is put to the test.
Miles Montego (Ja Rule) has it all - cars, boats, good looks, mansion, money, women, but more importantly, he has a past. Miles is a retired high level drug trafficker who is now completely legitimate. Even though Miles has turned over a new leaf, the DEA can't seem to let him out of their sights. Miles' only downfall is that he is extremely loyal to his circle of friends and former colleagues who are not retired from the lucrative business. Struggling to keep on the right side of the law, Miles meets the one girl of his dreams but she's not the usual type of girl that he's used to dating. Vanessa (Adrienne Bailon) is a church girl in every sense of the word. They are tested to their last ounce of faith and strength in God and each other. God continues to chip away at Miles through struggles from his past, having to live up to his reputation, feelings of unworthiness, the death of his mother, federal charges, his friends being indicted, the strain on his relationship with Vanessa, ... Written by
I liked this movie mainly because its something you can watch and not feel like you're been beaten over the head with scripture throughout the movie. I believe there are people are out there that want a better way of life than they have now and this movie shows that change is a process and a choice. It gives Christians a chance to see that not all people who have made bad decisions are evil people. It gives non-Christians an opportunity to see that God can work with anyone in whatever situation they find yourself in. I recommend this movie to anyone. I would like to see more movies in this genre that subtly teach about the positive aspect of faith and the practical implications it has for everyone.
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