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Crossroad (2012)

PG-13 | | Drama | 30 November 2012 (USA)
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A father and husband tries to come to terms and forgiveness with the murderer of his family. When his attempt to meet with the murderer after his released from prison is thwarted by a ... See full summary »

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Michael Childers
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Don Briggs
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Clef Robie
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Rita
Matt Jones ...
Martin
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Benjamin
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Kendra
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Addison
Larry Marko ...
Larry Oliva
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Anne Childers (as Sarah Dale)
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Officer Robert Townsend
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Brenda
Tess Hunt ...
Lauren
Brittany Ganiere ...
Julie Childers
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A father and husband tries to come to terms and forgiveness with the murderer of his family. When his attempt to meet with the murderer after his released from prison is thwarted by a robbery at the diner where they are supposed to meet. It is about how life unfolds in manners in which we don't understand but need to be aware of. Written by Adam Kulchyski

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Where fates collide, one road appears. See more »

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Rated PG-13 for violence and thematic elements | See all certifications »
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Conexões  »

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$350,000 (estimated)
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Absolute load of rubbish
22 August 2013 | by (expat Brit in Turkey) – See all my reviews

This is a typical piece of Christian oriented pap. The reviewers that compare this film to Crash are deluded. The writer is trying to emulate that genre but that is where the comparison ends. Typical of a Christian writer - see a good secular idea and copy it to fit a christen text. Dreadful and with all the original thinking of a dead hamster!! Where they got the actors from I can only hazard a guess. The Café owner and his wife were so typically Jewish yet they were using text from Paul's letter to the Romans which is clearly a New Testament script. Please do your research before you write any more of this utter rubbish. Steer well clear of this film unless you happen to be a Christian evangelist air brain.


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