From the outside, Alexa has the perfect life. Her son is the high school football star, her daughter a straight A student, and her husband the CFO of a booming start-up company. The sudden ... See full summary »
John K.D. Graham
Lorena Segura York,
When a high school football star is suddenly stricken with irreversible total blindness, he must decide whether to live a safe handicapped life or bravely return to the life he once knew and the sport he still loves.
Life changed for Alejandro Reis - Alex - in just a few brief moments when he discovers that he is not an American citizen. His parents brought him across the Mexican border when he was just... See full summary »
When a real estate development invades his Arctic home, Norm and his three lemming friends head to New York City, where Norm becomes the mascot of the corporation in an attempt to bring it down from the inside and protect his homeland.
"The Masked Saint" is based on a true story about one pastor's mission to help his community by risking his identity and returns to his former life as a wrestler. The triumphant story follows one man's journey and struggle between helping others and the consequences he faces doing this. Written by
W.Key, Ridgerock Entertainment
I've been aware that Christ and Wrestling go well together for a few years now, and now the Mask Saint is the movie to prove it.
It reminds me of the faith based film, I'm in Love With a Church Girl, but while that movie hit you with the speech about how Christ loves Hip Hop, the Mask Saint, like a good wrestling movie should, comes down to the point that talk is cheap.
But the wrestling is not. Though you can tell(mostly by their size) that most of the actors may not be wrestlers in a past life, that did not stop them from giving us some impressive in the ring scenes. It was pretty action packed and exciting.
Outside the ring, it's a cool story about a vigilante in a wrestling mask whose secret identity is that of a Pastor in the neighborhood church. The fact that this really happen makes it even more interesting.
Over all it's a good low end superhero flick about Christian wrestling worthy of being the late great Rowdy Roddy Piper's last.
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