When a pastor is shaken by the visible faith of a street corner preacher, he is reminded that true belief always requires action. His response ignites a journey that impacts everyone it touches in ways that only God could orchestrate.
Everything can change in an instant, and take a lifetime to unravel. Every day, we have the opportunity to rebuild relationships by extending and receiving God's grace. Offer The Grace Card, and never underestimate the power of God's love.
David G. Evans
Louis Gossett Jr.
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 »
A cringe-worthy film, full of all of the classic Pure Flix stereotypes.
This movie has all of the one-sided pro-life Christian arguments that one would expect it to have from it's title; and likewise only has the standard stereotypical strawman arguments representing pro-choice positions. (and guilt. so much guilt for sex outside of marriage, and for women who chose to have an abortion)
It also has not a speck of understanding of the concept that most Americans find abortion to be a very complicated issue, full of shades of grey and difficult, challenging, life altering decisions.
Rather than having an honest discussion of the pros-vs-cons of abortion in a realistic manner, cliche, after cliche about how "Trusting in God will make everything work out" is thrown at the audience.
Which if you are this movies target audience (such as the folk who wrote the more positive reviews of this film) will likely be all you want from this movie.
If for whatever reason you seek to watch this movie for other reasons....
(my GF and I watched it with a glass of wine, hoping for a good laugh)
Be prepared to be disappointed.
It's boring, poorly paced, and not even cringy in the "So bad it's good" kind of way.
More the kind of movie that anyone outside of the target audience will have any real reason to value it, or the arguments within.
Some enjoyment of the movie can be made if one has a sufficiently large amount of alcohol, and a few friends, but other than making a drinking game about christian fundamentalist pro-life arguments (take a sip every time they remind you that FETUS is a BABY)
Not much to be had here.
Honestly, it's not the worst drinking game movie I've watched, but it's only "meh" on that account as well.
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