A Mother's Prayer

A Mother's Prayer

A Mother's Prayer, starring Robin Givens (Tyler Perry's The Family That Preys), Johnny Gill (legendary R&B singer), Shirley Murdock (Man of Her Dreams) and Jermaine Crawford (HBO's The Wire), tells the compelling, heartwarming tale of family members torn apart by their individual struggles. The only thing that can truly bring the family back together is a mother's dying wishes. With a lot of love, this family is about to learn the true meaning of the saying: the family that prays together stays together. Come along on an emotional journey through song, laughter and triumph.

The compelling, heartwarming tale of family members torn apart by their individual struggles. The only thing that can truly bring the family back together is a mother's dying wishes. With a... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Ian K (kr) wrote: Good to see the Van Dykes stick with comedy. The only difference is this one is funny because of all the overacting.For Frank's sake, this movie is worth a chuckle.

Lee M (ru) wrote: Its fine cast, particularly Mr. Macy, lift it above its limitations and lend grace to its once-again timely message that tends to be delivered with a heavy hand.

Tierra F (ca) wrote: Haneke es un genio!!

Allan C (fr) wrote: Lightweight comedy that's also quite enjoyable. The film is really just "Northern Exposure" with Michael J. Fox as the big city doctor in the quirky small town, which includes local cute Julie Warner and colorful townsfolk Barnard Hughes as Doc Hogue, Woody Harrelson, David Ogden Stirers, Frances Sternhagen, Bridget Fonda and Roberts Blossom. George Hamilton also has bit part, though you can guess that he's not a small town character.

Kris W (us) wrote: "Legend. Lover. Salesman. A way with words. A way with women. And way over his head." "A high pressure sales pitch. A high pressure love life. For Joey O'Brien, life is no bed of Rollses." "A comedy about the near death of a salesman." "If tou can't trust a car salesman who can you trust?" Not as good as I remember it being, but Willams and Robbins have a good comedic chemistry, Fran Drescher is really good, and it does have 3 or 4 big laughs, mostly from Williams delivery of a few key lines. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Molly: You know what your problem is? You're a pig. And you're a chauvinist, and you have no respect for women. Joey: I guess dinner and a blow job's out of the question. Molly: I guess. Joey: We'll forget dinner... -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Captain Mason: What's his name? Can't he talk for himself? Joey O'Brien: You don't have to push it through my back to kill me. It's a gun. Bullets come out. Captain Mason: What's his name? Joey O'Brien: You wanna give 'em your name? Larry: If I tell them my name, they'll know who I am. Joey O'Brien: Good thinking. Why don't you make one up? Larry: Like what? Joey O'Brien: Anything you want. You're in charge. Larry: How about Smith? Joey O'Brien: Are you checking into a motel? Give me a first name. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Joey O'Brien: You want to drill a hole in my neck with that fucking gun? Larry: Sorry. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- [Joe is trading insults with a photographer] Joey: You know what you are - you're an ass-half... Takes two of you to make an ass-whole. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Larry: (to cops) Stay back! (to Joey) Tell them to stay back or I'll blow this place and half the fuckin' block to hell. Joey: He says stay back or he's gonna blow this place and half the block to hell. Detective Walters (Gary Howard Klar) (on bullhorn): Yeah? With what? Larry: The stuff on my bike there. It's very explosive stuff. Joey: He's got stuff strapped to his bike! Det. Walters: So what? So's my little kid. Look, we wanna know what it is. Larry: M2 plastic. Joey: (to Larry) Plastic? Larry: M2 plastic. Joey: (to Larry) Plastique? Oh, shit. Larry: Yeah. Joey: M2 plastique! Det. Walters: M2 plastique? You tell him we don't believe him. Where the hell did he get that? Larry: Jersey. Joey: Jersey! Det. Walters: OK! OK! What does he want? -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Joey: Larry, I never did Donna. Larry: What? -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Larry: [to Joey] How many girls you got?

Tim W (de) wrote: Disappointing even with its few good moments. Just as stupid and forgettable as the first.

Will M (ca) wrote: Weak on story, but lots of laughs.

Richard S (gb) wrote: The first of John Ford's cavalry trilogy...Monument Valley, John Wayne, Henry Fonda, Shirley Temple, Ward Bond, Victor McLaglen, Hank Worden, John Agar...many faces that became comforting regulars in Wayne's movies. What's not to like? The story is a basic tale of a headstrong commander (Fonda), assigned to a post in an environment in which he has no experience. He forcefully leads his men to a disastrous end, though our heroes (Wayne et al.) rise above to fight another day. Beautifully photographed yet I wish Ford had considered color. None the less, a classic not to be missed.

WS W (fr) wrote: Bunch of lunatics + arses- irritating.


Beth F (kr) wrote: Enjoyed this movie until one scene that turned quickly, was incredibly gross, and not even a little bit funny.