The Gospel

The Gospel

A young singer turns his back on God and his father's church when tragedy strikes. He returns years later to find the once powerful congregation in disarray. With his childhood nemesis creating a "new vision" for the church, he is forced to deal with family turmoil, career suicide, and relationship issues that send him on a collision course with redemption or destruction

This is a story about a successful young R&B singer that has an unlikely homecoming when his father, the bishop, becomes ill. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Noname (au) wrote: This sequel has nothing to do with the first movie if i remember that one correctly. The storyline is on the other hand quite similar and its basically about a few hitmen trying to assassin an FBI desk jockey (Tom Berenger)which has got plenty of security. Plenty of action scenes but in a rather low budget feeling compared to the first movie. Still it does the job in the end for this genre.

Bridgette F (es) wrote: a warm ,spirtual movie that will move you .

M Z (br) wrote: Quite interesting, thought provoking, maybe a little bit scattered, because it captured a lot of stories. It raised two main questions for me - people changed their minds about the homosexuality only when they confronted it directly (through their kids) (what does it imply?); how should Bible be used/interpreted as a whole? (is it worthy to present it as a book for every question?)

Girlie A (kr) wrote: you are not looking for it, until it find you.

bill s (ru) wrote: What a pleasant,fun and gentle look at something I knew very little of.....welcomed surprise.

Tiffany F (ag) wrote: funny & sweet i love sammi :)

Quinto W (br) wrote: This movie has some incredible little details that make all the boredom of life relatable and funny. These are not movie characters so much as people I've met and talked to and hang out with.

Silvio L (nl) wrote: Mtico. Um verdadeiro filmao!

Michael R (it) wrote: Good thriller... man gets kidnapped in South America, and with no help from anyone, a man gives up his job to help rescue the husband of a woman he falls in love with. Decent story, good action... keeps you interested all the way to the end.

Alan M (it) wrote: Sadistic kind of fairy tale. Very tonally similar to Argento's Opera. A s&m love story.

Stephen H (it) wrote: anyone that doesn't like this movie is a terrorist

Chris B (kr) wrote: With the sequel currently in cinemas it was the perfect time to watch the original for the first time. I enjoyed the acting, plot and direction but I personally struggle with people being selfish at the expense of a child, with one scene encapsulating this brilliantly. I also thought there wasn't enough time spent on one character's fall into drug addiction and it just felt like a background plot point that should have had a more profound effect on the characters. What I don't fully understand is the film's cult appeal as a seminal film. It might be that it encapsulates a time period quite well but having been 8 at the time I wasn't fully aware of what this time was like. All in all I enjoyed the film but thought it could have been slightly longer to explore some of the more weighty elements of the film.

larry g (au) wrote: I know this movie didn't really have any fans whats so ever lol but i like to think that i am one of many peeps who loved this movie when they seen it for the first time when they were kids like myself and now still love and still makes u lol even today.

Michael H (fr) wrote: I really enjoyed this film, but it tries to squeeze too much in to a 2-hour movie. The last fourth really rushes to the point that the final scene lacks emotional punch.

Katie L (ca) wrote: Ingrid Bergman's overacting suffocates this movie. And the damage is further snowed by the script that has this woman (Ingrid), who has been traumatized by the horrible indignities of war, instantly and painfully fall hopelessly in love with the new gringo in camp. This fella, by the way, is old enough to be her father. This is all done distastefully. Yuck!