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Warner Brothers Preacher's Kid, Blu-ray Combo Pack

Family, faith and music: small-town girl Angie King leaves the first two behind to pursue a dream of singing stardom. LeToya Luckett of the original Destiny's Child makes her movie breakthrough in this inspiring tale bursting with music (including performances by Luckett and co-star/R&B hitmaker Durrell "Tank" Babbs) and talent. Luckett plays Angie, the daughter of a stern but loving bishop, whose attraction to the hunky star (Tank) of a traveling gospel show takes her on the road... and into romance, heartbreak and the realization that happiness may lie in the home she left behind. Join her on a powerful coming-of-age journey. Rated PG-13. Widescreen. Approx. 110 minutes.
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Date:April 22, 2010
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James Parks III
I warn you not to buy this movie if you believe that it is going to be a fun family movie night. The movie is rated pg-13 for many things including sexual situations, cursing, and drug use. Honestly, I can see why the writer needed to include the sexual situations and the drug use to show how the main character was having a hard time. However, the language is ridiculous. It included words like d--n, h--l, a--, etc. If I am not mistaken, there were over 10 curse words in the movie. Also the main character in the movie really never repents for her sins. I guess the writer just expects us to know that she did it behind the scenes. One thing that really disturbed me in this movie also was some of the very first curse words in the movie were said in a church. I highly recommend you to buy some other film worth watching like fireproof, facing the giants, love comes softly, etc. Something with a good message, clean movie, that brings glory to God. In the first place is that not what a Christian movie is supposed to be about.
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