King's Faith (2013)





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Brendan King is a foster kid who grew up on the wrong side of the law, graduating from five-finger discounts and fights on the playground to drug-dealing and gun-running as a member of the multi-racial gang called Avenue D. Arrested in a federal raid when he was fifteen and imprisoned for three years until his parole at eighteen, Brendan has found a relationship with God, and with it he has turned his life around. Upon his release, he moves in with a new foster family, Mike and Vanessa Stubbs, and starts attending high school in a suburb near the city where he grew up. (c) Official Site
PG-13 (for violence, some drug content and thematic elements)
Drama , Faith & Spirituality
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Kayla Compton
as Natalie
Lynn Whitfield
as Vanessa
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Critic Reviews for King's Faith

All Critics (2)

Don't let this film's faith-based themes keep you from going to see the movie. Even if you ignore the message, the movie stands up simply as a good family-based drama.

Full Review… | May 10, 2013
Fresno Bee

Carefully crafted with Evangelicals in mind, this modern parable will certainly resonate with the faith-based demographic as well as secular individuals interested in an entertaining, wholesome family flick with a sobering message.

Full Review… | April 26, 2013

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It's clear from the start that this is a message movie, but what's also clear is the director's commitment to dramatic elements designed to keep viewers watching.

Lee Mayo
Lee Mayo

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