Preacher's Kid (2010)
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as Angie King
as Devlin Mitchell
as Bishop King
as Desiree Davis
as Sister Watkins
as Cast Member
Critic Reviews for Preacher's Kid
Too many of the performances are too broad with actors hitting the jokes and the slang as if they're auditioning for a revival of Good Times or 227.
I find the plot developments to be pretty predictable, and the resolutions tend to be a little too easy.
I wish the film had hit a little harder or had a few unpredictable plot elements, but as far as Christian movies aiming to make mainstream headway are concerned, this is certainly one of the better ones I've seen.
Crowd-pleasing, heartfelt and inspirational. It's a wonderful, uplifting, and life-affirming movie.
Stan Foster's film confirms the unique, undeniable power this genre can achieve on both stage and film.
Well-enough executed for a flick on a modest budget to forgive the tendency towards melodrama. With a tenderhearted payoff arriving when the Prodigal Daughter asks her father for forgiveness during a teachable moment of mutual redemption.
Audience Reviews for Preacher's Kid
Saw it and enjoyed it...even though I though it would be another version of "Momma I Wanna Sing"...in a sense it was but from a father looking out for the best interest for his daughter. Showing that through her religious beliefs and his strong ties to the church, the path you choose may not be right
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