Preacher's Kid

Preacher's Kid

Small-town girl Angie King leaves the church and her home to pursue a dream of singing stardom. 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.

Tired of being a Preacher's daughter and longing to experience more of life, 20-something ANGIE KING strikes out on her own for the very first time and joins a traveling gospel show. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Charles B (kr) wrote: for the budget it was made it is well made

Jacquelyn B (mx) wrote: A refreshing alternative to the stereotypical/hollywood "teeny bopper" romance flicks. It was perfectly cast and they quickly got me cheering for Jonah and Dakota. That said, the end left me wanting more! If anyone knows of an alternate ending out there I've got to see it!!

Steve M (de) wrote: i think anybody revolted by how confident these guys are now, needs to give it another watch, beautifully shot and with a sentiment which is really unique. it might not be everybody's cup of tea, but it'll definitely make you want to go make something

Chasity M (fr) wrote: i love this movie, maybe because it reminds me of growing up next to the beach in CA or maybe because it is so good...

Dustin R (ca) wrote: Lustig really went off his rocker. Most ridiculous tribute to Fulci, ever.

Jeff M (nl) wrote: I was a punk rocker and still listen to it now and definitely have the Punk attitude. I loved this movie as a teen and still do now 20+ years later. The friendship of the girls is what makes this movie as 2 teen girls surviving in an abandonded warehouse and in Times Square is a bit far fetched. Susupend disbelief and just watch and listen to the great music. RELEASE THIS SOUNDTRACK ON ITUNES OR CD!!!!!! I lost the soundtrack when I moved :(

Deb S (mx) wrote: Walter Eckland: Lady, you are making a powerful enemy. All poor Cary Grant wanted to do was sit out World War II in peace, but the British Navy and the Japanese have other ideas. Blackmailed by his friend, Royal Navy Commander Trevor Howard into spotting Japanese plane and ship movements on some Pacific tropic isle, Grant's problems multiply when his cruiser is scuttled-by the very people who have enlisted him. To top it all off; he is forced to transport several young ladies from hell led by Leslie Caron who were left stranded and need to get back to the mainland. These lovely ladies promptly throw him out of his digs, bury his booze, and steal his blankets, tools, and food. A wonderful scene is when he gives the prim and proper French schoolteacher Caron some medicinal alcohol when he thinks she's been fatally bitten by a venomous snake. Cary Grant's combination of maturity, good looks, and comedic timing makes this a delightful comedy to watch. It is a charming family movie (no rough language and nudity) with nice blend of romantic comedy and war adventure between Goody Two Shoes and the Filthy Beast! Walter Eckland: Let me tell you I am not a father figure. I am not a brother figure or an uncle figure or a cousin figure. In fact, the only figure I intend being is a total stranger figure.

Kieran F (ca) wrote: Surprisingly good, I blame Dan

Danii S (ag) wrote: Til this day this movie still scares the hell outta me

Kevin H (br) wrote: his isn't the worst horror movie I've ever seen but it certainly was the most boring. In over 90 minutes there was one gun shot and hardly any action. Horror movies are supposed to scare people, and this wasn't scary at all. Nice storyline and cute females, but wow is this boring. I give this movie 4 out of 10 because its so boring you'll probably fall asleep, but at least 3 of the female characters are cute which is some eye candy for the guys, and the storyline of how the demon outsmarts the characters was kind of cool, but then again all those people were stupid to begin with.1 of 4

Hayk G (ca) wrote: one of my favorite western movies