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"When eighteen-year-old Brendan Lord attempts to leave his turbulent gang life behind him, his past continues to threaten his new-found faith, family, and future." That is the writeup that we read before seeing the film and we had a feeling that it was going to be the usual Hollywood trash that is so prevalent today. Loud bass rap, half dressed women, variety of sex and drugs, and absolutely no true dialog or story. But we decided to give it a fast look, because of some reviews, to see if it might be a diamond in the ruff. Thank God we did and a diamond we did find. Perfect film that kept us engaged the whole hour and 45 minutes. You just never knew for sure what direction the storyline would take and that kept us glued. Well worth watching! There is no doubt in our minds that whoever watches this film and doesn't think that it was a pleasure to watch are the same folks that rooted for Darth Vader;)Rent or purchase it and watch it....Especially if you have teens or preteens in your life. Perfect to discuss afterwords.
King's Faith doesn't exhibit the tired traits of oppressive religious themes nor melodramatic preachiness like past movies of its genre, and because of that, spends more time effectively developing few characters we come to like, or at least have the ability to root for, by the film's conclusion. Too often do these stories from movies of the religious category bear fascinating narratives of nice potential only to discard them for hamfisted morals and second-rate drama that does nothing for the movie as a whole. It just preaches to the choir who was going to like it no matter what.King's Faith isn't a finished three-sixty from the genre's concepts and shortcomings, but it does deliever for an example more along the lines of the Kendrick brothers' well-done Courageous than it does Darrel Campbell and Kevin McAfee's dreaded Last Ounce of Courage. The movie centers around Brendan Lord (Crawford Wilson), a well-meaning but very troubled child who joined a gang at a young age and is still reeling from its results today. Brendan has had countless run-ins with the law and has found himself with a laundry list of offenses ranging from minor to major to even a stack of misdemeanors for all his gang-related activity.Brendan had an alcoholic mother who died, a father he never knew, and no siblings, rendering him a kid taken under the wings of foster care and foster parents. He is finally adopted by a type black couple and taken under the wing by his father-figure Mike (James McDaniel), both god-fearing individuals who are told to "have never taken a shortcut in their life." In the midst of finding himself harassed by local law enforcement, Brendan makes a name for himself around city after saving his school's homecoming queen from her burning vehicle after it careened off the road. The queen is Natalie (Kayla Compton), your average high schooler with something of a shady past, a complicated relationship, but a woman equipped with a large heart. She becomes mates with Brendan, along with few others, who eventually encourage him to rebuild and remodel a dilapidated building downtown into a rehabilitation center for children who have seen oppressively bleak times due to drugs, gangs, or what-have-you.The problem brewing in the neighborhood doesn't come from Brendan, like public perception would believe, but the gang Brendan left, led by Eli (Brandon Correa), who claims the gang is family when they operate more like a cult. With them constantly butting into his life and the lives of his close friends, as well as a persistent investigator just waiting for his slightest misstep so that he can add him to the list of statistics, Brendan is burdened with much more stress than one could be able to handle at his age. I mean, we don't even see what Brendan is learning at school either. I'm sure potential classes like trigonometry and physics aren't treating him so kindly either.But Brendan has one thing close to him that not many do and that is the power and influence of the almighty God, bestowed upon him by his guardian Mike, who finds methods to give the child a much-needed lesson in morality, much like King's Faith attempts to do for us. As Christian movies have said me time and time again, the only person who really matters in life is God and he'll carry you through these tribulations with nice caution and care for you or something along those lines. I don't know; his plans and duties seem to change with each instance.The religious aspect now finds itself to be absent at some points in the film. Sometimes ten mins go by without the mention of any biblical characters. This is quite the achievement for a movie of Christian cinema, as too many search the need to name-drop God with everything they say. It's real King's Faith is guilty of biblical name dropping here and there, but at least it doesn't go out of its method to incorporate God into each stage in some way, shape, or form, and at least it doesn't detour to search some method to tell how folks who take a secular approach to life are immoral heathens while religion or devotion to a holy ebook automatically makes one a righteous, morally-aware person.This is because King's Faith knows that real-life situations, moderately-intense and interesting drama, and characters that feel ejected from true life victory over tired affirmation of ideas. Each actually and then, a movie boasting massive Christian ideology will turn up in a theater near me, and I can't support but search them to be - like most political documentaries - an exercise in preaching to the choir. Most showings of movies from both respective categories probably conclude with audience members praising the quality of the movie they just saw and how they "really wish" folks on the opposite political or religious spectrum would see them and receive the true picture on how life really works. The thought - in both cases, to be fair - sends shivers down my spine.King's Faith at least has interesting characters and a naturally convincing scenario to levy its inclusion of themes that come across with a heavier-hand. It also bears a heartwarming performance by its lead Wilson, who I foresee getting hopefully) more mainstream recognition, as well as competent directing and co-writing (with Paul Root) by the project's ringleader Nicholas Dibella. This is one of the first religious movies that I've seen that I search myself recommending to folks who aren't solely devoted to their faith; getting them to seek this one out, however, will prove to be a challenge.Starring: Crawford Wilson, James McDonald, Kayla Compton, and Brandon Correa. Directed by: Nicholas Dibella.
I feel that this is the greatest film I have come across this year. With so many movie's with fictional character's were is the hope that we don't have to live in the land of create trust that true issues and situation's can be address with hope and solution's. This film has a powerful message it will definitely plant a seed for change in this globe of corruption and disaster. It empowers you to be able to create a positive choice between right and wrong. We finally know that we have choices and we have the power to exercise those choices no matter how the cards stack up vs us. No this film didn't create 195million dollars out the gate, but as we know cash isn't everything. This film is priceless for what it has to offer our kids and our community. It empowers our youth to create better choices and no matter how difficult life seems , it can receive better with time and with God.
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