Things don't go as expected when a disenchanted pastor wishes for a different life.

Directors:

David A.R. White, Jeffrey Peterson (co-director) (as Jeff Peterson)

Writer:

Tommy Blaze
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Cast overview, first billed only:
David A.R. White ... Rich
Bruce McGill ... Big Earl
Della Reese ... Muriel
Ali Landry Monteverde ... April (as Ali Landry)
Andrea Logan ... Chloe (as Logan White)
Tommy Blaze ... Tony
Ron Gilbert ... Bastion
Victoria Bruno Victoria Bruno ... Briar
Jonny Lenox Jonny Lenox ... Michael
Ina Summers Ina Summers ... Ruby
Kenzie Lane Kenzie Lane ... Baby Ruby
Ryan Florida Ryan Florida ... Young Michael
Ella Berry Ella Berry ... Young Briar
Justin Prentice ... Colin
Robin Miller ... Mrs. Garner
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Storyline

Frustrated, deeply dissatisfied and burned out, Pastor Chaplin prays to have a different life. Much to his consternation (and in resemblance to his favorite TV show, Quantum Leap), his "request" is granted. Now he finds himself living the lives of many other, all living about in his town, and wishing this nightmare would end. Written by statmanjeff

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Comedy | Drama

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Not Rated

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Trivia

Bruce McGill twice played on the body hopping series "Quantum Leap". See more »

Goofs

Before Tony sweeps the DVDs off his desk, they change position from how they were just a moment before. In particular, the stack closest to the Mercy Streets poster on the wall changes the most. Not only does G.I. Jane disappear from the top but the DVDs beneath it all have their spines turned away, a 180 degree turn from how they were before. See more »

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Tony: Every hero has to die before he can be born again.
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References The Bourne Identity (2002) See more »

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Written and Performed by Stephen Petree
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Its not such a wonderful life!!
28 May 2012 | by bonzybinoSee all my reviews

"Its a wonderful life" would have been a much better title for the movie, "ME AGAIN" sounds inane and weird. The movie also mentions about "Its a wonderful life", let alone being hugely inspired by it. So we have the lead character who finds Life unfair as in so many other movies - the only novel thing about this is that the protagonist is a Pastor - and finds out a miracle way to know others' lives and how things in life ought to be balanced. Finally a Happy Ending blessed by God, we all feel rejuvenated, animated and excited about life albeit having watched a badly made movie. In fact, felt more like watching many movies at a time - from Bruce Almighty to Don Camillo.

The plot so loose, the screenplay so glossy and the background score quite irksome at times. It never launches well with some mediocre acting and badly executed shots which mars the movie experience right from the beginning. The ending was awesome for a movie which niggled throughout, the "hero's" speech stands out which saves the movie from hitting rock bottom. Thoroughly disappointed that the movie ends up a lackluster product despite having the thread which was destined to be great. 6/10


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