Starring: David A.R. White, Reginald Vel Johnson, Jackee Harry, Logan White, Anna Margaret, Gibson Sjobeck, NRaca, Senyo Amoaku
James White (David A.R. White) has been asked by the church to relocate to Atlanta from his current church in Los Angeles and Pastor a church there. It's everything he ever wanted but after moving there his family finds it extremely hard to adjust. The church is located in an African-American community where they appear to be complete misfits. The church would be also be raised to the ground within the next 9 days if the church management does not repay the outstanding bank loan of $10,000. Pastor White needs to devise a scheme to collect the money, get the local people to come back to church and console his daughter Emma (Margaret) who cannot seem to be able to adjust in the new environment. The movie is comforting and uplifting with the random sprinkle of humour making it an easy watch. It has a heavy religious sentiment attached to it and urges people believe in the lord once more. Although the movie puts on a good show, there are many gaps that should have been filled in order for it to truly stand out. Perhaps some more religion, drama and emotions might reach deeper within the hearts of people and get the correct message across rather than simply skimming through the top. Good attempt but could have been far better.
Thumbs up: Sends across a positive message
Thumbs down: Lacks the emotional drama needed for a movie of its kind