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Worth: The Testimony of Johnny St. James (2012)

Johnny St. James was a young seminary student who lost his wife to a drunk driver. With his reason for living gone, John lost his faith and turned to alcohol. Ten years later, John is ... See full summary »

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Jenn Page

Writer:

J. Horton (as Jason Horton)
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Credited cast:
Jeffrey Johnson ... Johnny
Vincent Irizarry ... Earl
Veronica Rodriguez Veronica Rodriguez ... Violeta
Ashley Noel ... Cherice
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Tiffany Brouwer ... Gilly St. James
Rydell Danzie ... Officer Michaels
Corey Feldman ... Chad
Anthony J. Gomez Anthony J. Gomez ... S.W.A.T. Officer
Kim Hamilton ... Natalie
Brett Lynch Brett Lynch ... S.W.A.T. Officer
Darin Mangan ... S.W.A.T. Officer
Joey Monzon Joey Monzon
Joshua Monzon Joshua Monzon
Eric Roberts ... Hickey
Elliot Rodriguez
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Johnny St. James was a young seminary student who lost his wife to a drunk driver. With his reason for living gone, John lost his faith and turned to alcohol. Ten years later, John is finally ready to get his life back on track. With his best friend Hickey ('Eric Roberts') in tow John attends his first AA meeting. He soon finds that his road to recovery tested when he runs into the man who ran down his wife. Written by Producer

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faith | dove | christianity | See All (3) »

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An inspiring story about rediscovering faith.

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Drama | Family | Thriller

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

7 November 2012 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

O Testemunho See more »

Filming Locations:

Los Angeles, California, USA

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$500,000 (estimated)
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Man has issues
24 June 2018 | by bkoganbingSee all my reviews

The Testimony Of Johnny St. James casts Jeffrey Johnson in the title role and he's had quite the life. At one time a seminary student he meets the love of his life and then his pregnant wife is killed by a drunk driver. So he becomes both a cop and a drunk at the same time. With those kind of issues no way on this planet would a police force allow him on it.

Nevertheless partner Eric Roberts helps Johnson by taking him to Alcoholic Anonymous meetings, many of which are held in churches. Then it's like that line from Casablanca that Humphrey Bogart utters about of all the gin joints in the world his lost love Ingrid Bergman comes into his with a husband in tow.

Only it's not a husband. Up there conducting the AA meeting is Vincent Irizarry the man who killed his wife and unborn child. Johnson loses it and takes the meeting hostage.

As this is a Christian movie the parameters dictate only one way to go. Personally I think when SWAT arrived they would have stormed the church and blown Johnson away. But that's the cynic in me.

I can't see how Johnson would have gotten past the psychological tests to get on the police force. I've seen some bad apples get there, but can't see how Johnson could have made it.

I'd say his future in law enforcement was toast no matter what. So is the movie.


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