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Rating: 5.0/5 (4 votes cast)

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WOW, What a FANTASTIC film. This is another one of my 5 star films now. Great Christian film. If you haven’t seen this one, we highly recommend it.  Check out the CFDb Movie Review of this film.  Interview with Author Eva Marie Everson.

Film Synopsis:

Joe and Samantha were the most unlikely childhood friends, growing up in a farm town where black and white didn’t mix. Over time they lost touch. Sam never left the pastures of her rural county, yet found great success as a children’s author. Joe fled to pursue the path of a hero only to lose everything and end up in “The Commons”, a project area of the nearby city.

While their choices took them worlds apart, uncontrollable events bring them back together. Sam’s picture perfect life is destroyed when her husband is murdered in “The Commons”. Devastated and lonely, Sam goes to the crime site intent on ending her pain. Instead she becomes the unlikely hero of a little girl whom Joe mentors. While renewing their friendship, Sam and Joe demonstrate their passion to right wrongs in different ways. Joe gives the little he has left to the forgotten children of his neighborhood, while Sam gives up on the good to seek revenge against the man who took her husband.

A riveting story inspired by true events will leave audiences eager to find the hope in unfortunate circumstances and unexpected places.

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  • Lynn Collins … Samantha Crawford
  • Michael Ealy … Joe Bradford
  • Bruce McGill … Detective Miller
  • Kwesi Boakye … Macon
  • Diego Klattenhoff … Billy
  • Cedric Pendleton … Anthony
  • Emily Rollins … Young Sam
  • Danielle Lewis … Denise
  • Amanda Pentecost … Teacher
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  1. Paul Bradley says
    18 October 12, 3:25am

    Take a box of tissues ,
    At the end of movie their was a standing OVATION

  2. Robin Lindley says
    08 December 12, 11:53am

    One of the best movies that I have seen in years. Everyone should be mandated to see this movie. Is one of the best “feel good” movies ever.

  3. 12 March 13, 5:43pm

    This was one of the best movies I have ever seen. The power of God to change hearts is woven repeatedly through this amazing film. I wish I had seen it in the theaters, but it’s a dvd that I will watch over and over.

  4. susan muindi says
    27 March 13, 4:27pm

    WOOOW….that was one of the best movies i have seen..truly God can change our hard, hurt, painful hearts to something beautiful so soft and amazing….

  5. Annelie says
    27 May 13, 5:12pm

    Cindy says…I finally got to see this film this week…and it was worth the wait! I loved it!

    For Cindy’s Full Movie Review:


  6. King James Kelly says
    29 May 13, 5:57pm

    woooooooow… i love this movie. God bless you all its my prayer you never fall out of His purpose and plan for your life.

  7. Tambourine says
    03 July 13, 7:02am

    What a lovely and touching movie which embodies all the emotions and struggles of human life with a message of hope.

  8. Danny says
    06 December 13, 10:05pm

    I don’t understand what people see in this movie? I also don’t understand how this is a “Christian” movie being that I do not recall The Lord Jesus’ name being mentioned once the entire film, in fact throughout the film The Lord and Scripture is pretty much avoided. There a only a few very vague references to God’s love and importance of faith; so little references that it actually makes faith seem unimportant and mentioning God with no reference to scripture? What god is the movie actually talking about? Is it the 1 true living God or just an idol? God’s love, why is that all that is ever talked about is God’s love? What about any of his countless other and equally important attributes? O is it because some of those attributes do not appeal to our sinful hearts so we decide to set them aside and focus only on love, reducing God to nothing more than a source of comfort in our minds. In addition the movie itself wasn’t great the plot was all over the place and had very poor character development, there were a few good scenes, but overall this wasn’t good movie in any aspect

  9. Ken says
    11 December 16, 6:49pm

    Danny you seem pretty self righteous by observation. You may recall that God isn’t mentioned in Esther or Song of Solomon but God preserved them as Holy Scripture because they have an important message by God’s reckoning . Is it possible that He also chooses to use movies that don’t mention His name as well ? PS I don’t recall Jesus name in the entire Old Testament

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