James owes his life to his older brother, Frankie after taking the rap for a crime they committed together. While Frankie served time, James worked to turn his life around, got a steady job and began courting his former girlfriend Emily. Now, Frankie is released and back on the streets with no money and no place to go.
Kurt, combat veteran with PTSD and hallucinations, fortifies his home and builds a secret underground shelter due to doomsday like weather changes. He gets a security job to pay for it and his boss' cute daughter for company.
Rodrigo H. Vila
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Based on a true story. A man was in a car crash and was in the car, without a pulse for an hour and a half, while EMT's and police waited for the coroner to pronounce him dead before he can be moved. A man comes along, who feels led to pray for the victim, gets in the car and starts to pray while singing praise songs. The 'dead' man starts singing along and EMT's confirm he now has a pulse. The victim fights his recovery, as he is angry that he was in heaven, only to have God bring him back in incredible pain. Was there a purpose to his return to earth?
This film is the first to be produced by Family Christian Entertainment, a new production company founded by Rick Jackson, the owner of Family Christian Stores, the largest Christian Retail Chain in the United States. See more »
I watch a lot of faith based movies; I love them. This one has got to the worst I have watched so far. The acting was horrible!!!! Everyone was so monotone and stiff. This is an incredible story about a man who was dead and believed he went to heaven...where's God in this movie?? We know he's a pastor and we know everyone he is surrounded by are believers, but there was such a disconnect between those facts and God. The scene where Don finally tells his wife about his going to heaven was so excruciatingly acted, I got up and left about half way through it because I felt embarrassed for both Christensen and Bosworth.
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