"40 Nights" is the first of the QUEST TRILOGY - films sharing alike themes of sacrifice and faith. These films focus on less known events from the biblical age. The first film examines the ... See full summary »
Rachel Cartwright and Mitchell Little both grow up in the small town of Providence, Tennessee. Their paths keep crossing and at one point it looks like they'll finally get together. But the... See full summary »
Inspired by real events, CAGED NO MORE is the story of Aggie Prejean, a grandmother on a desperate search to find her two granddaughters, Skye and Elle, who have been kidnapped by their ... See full summary »
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When a billion people around the globe suddenly vanish and chaos engulfs the nation -- headstrong 15-year-old Gabby is thrust into adulthood way too soon. The event forces Gabby, along with... See full summary »
Ashes of Eden is depressingly bad. While the story is trite and predictable, the real problem is that it is so hard to watch. The actors are way too old to be believable in the parts they are playing. They deliver lines that we have all heard a thousand time before in so many "urban crime movies" that they end up being stereotypical stock characters that lack any kind of reality. You feel no empathy for any of them. The scenes are poorly shot and end up looking exceptionally flat and dull. It is clear to just about any viewer that many scenes were not shot anywhere near where they want you to believe they were shot. All in all, this gives the whole movie the feeling and consistency of bland gray oatmeal. There is nothing clever or even interesting about this movie. I cannot think of a more supremely dull and depressing experience than watching this film.
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