A closeted student at a conservative theological seminary, struggles to come to terms with his nurtured beliefs and coming out to himself, his friends, and his only surviving family member. At this low point mentally and emotionally, Ryan ends up in a troubled online relationship which leads him to question everything he has known about God and Love.
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Prime Alexander is a professional athlete living the life most men dream of. He has a huge guaranteed contract, beautiful women chasing him and the best friends a man could ask for. He's used to getting what he wants, when he wants it and doesn't believe in explaining himself to anyone, especially Autumn, the beautiful woman he's been dating for a little over a year. Autumn Singletary is a wealthy socialite who doesn't understand the word no. Her relationship with Prime has more to do with appearances than real feelings but that's of no consequence when Prime decides to end their relationship by publicly humiliating her in the presence of his new interest, Skylar. The bond Prime shares with his boys, Lonzo, Kalif and Dallas has been nurtured throughout the years as the main constant in their life. They are always together. They are always taking care of each other. They are a true pact and have the secrets and the code to prove it. 1080 for life. Lonzo, Prime's very best friend, is an...Written by
Stellar acting, engaging story-telling, and an intellectually challenging perspective into a lifestyle few may ever encounter, this movie will redefine for the viewer what it means to be human. Thanks to the magnificent vision of its producers and director, the humanity on display is nothing short of a spiritual powerhouse. What does it mean to love the unobtainable? What are the limits of a brotherhood that transcends socio- economic status? Why must bros be before hoes or hoes before bros? This movie will leave you questioning the existence of God, certainly longing for more. In short, imagine somebody thought VH1's Basketball Wives wasn't scripted enough and instead of writing a scripted reality TV series, wrote a scripted movie based on reality. This is the genius that lies within "The Coalition."
I also deducted one star because I disagreed with Dallas's double chin.
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