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Lord Help Us (2007)

PG-13 | | Comedy, Drama, Family | Video February 2007
An urban romantic comedy about two young misfits who help a recently widowed elderly Baptist preacher regain his church after members of his congregation are convinced he's planning on eloping with a woman forty-five years his junior.

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Joe Clair ...
Julius 'Jewels' Vernon
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Kayla Brooks
Bill Toliver ...
Reverend Henry Thomas
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Dorinda Thomas
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Cephas Thomas
Amentha Dymally ...
Luella Porter
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Doretha Jackson
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Shariffer Simms
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Melvina Thomas
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Tai Williams
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Malik
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Brother Jarreau - Choir Director
Diva ...
Grandma
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Church Pianist
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Mrs. Ortiz
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Sometimes you find romance in places you'd never imagine! Unlucky-at-love Kayla and her best buddy Jewels help a recently widowed Baptist minister regain his flock and his life as they battle a scandalous rumor. Tale of love, family and friendship. Written by Image Entertainment

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"True love never dies..." See more »


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Rated PG-13 for some language and sexual references
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February 2007 (USA)  »

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A Taste of Us: The Movie  »

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$150,000 (estimated)
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1.78 : 1
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Hilariously Funny Film
14 June 2007 | by See all my reviews

I found the film LORD HELP US inspirational with a sweet love story between two best friends. It was hilariously funny too! I highly recommend this film to any family member, it's appropriate for all age groups! The cast is perfect in all roles, from the pastor to the secretaries at the church. I found that the film is a bird's eye view of a culture in America that enriches us socially and leads us to a better understanding between races and ethnicities. The role of Mrs. Ortiz added the view that Hispanics may be afraid of African-Americans, or may fear them, by her hysterical display. However, since this is a satire, her actions were appropriate and very funny. It' nice to know we can still laugh at ourselves, while still respecting each other's cultures.


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