The Second Chance
Ethan Jenkins (Michael W. Smith) and Jake Sanders (introducing Jeff Obafemi Carr) are both passionate pastors who worship the same God from the same book--but that's where the similarity ends. When they are suddenly thrown together in a tough neighborhood and forced to work side by side, Ethan discovers there is no boundary between the streets and the sanctuary.Written by Tracey Zemitis.
- Stars:Michael W. Smith, Jeff Obafemi Carr, J. Don Ferguson, Lisa Arrindell Anderson, David Alford, Henry Haggard, Kenda Benward, Jonathan Thomas, Calvin Hobson, Bobby Daniels, Shirley Cody, Peggy Walton-Walker, Vilia Steele, Kobie Jarmon, Erin Hemphill,
- Director:Steve Taylor,
- Writer:Henry O. Arnold, Henry O. Arnold, Ben Pearson, Steve Taylor
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The Second Chance torrent reviews
(au) wrote: A decent film with awesome comedians still in there prime
(mx) wrote: Total crap. Iam astonished that somebody liked it.I do not think it was worth to make copied and screen it...The festival that awarded it looses totally its credibility
(kr) wrote: I like it when I hear that.
(us) wrote: sexy,scary and intrestining.love sookie.
(mx) wrote: well directed as well as acted.
(us) wrote: I thought an exploitation film about rap (from 1985) would have some entertaining badness to it, but how wrong I was. This is a very peculiar beast, a film that seems to make no sense at any point. I think it tries to be a musical but with rapping in place of the songs, but it just fails.I had a few laughs though, but those were of that "desperately seeking sense"-type."Rappin' Hood Rappin' Hood Rap-rap Rappin' Hood Rappin Hood Rap-Rap' Rappin' Hood Rappin' hood" (repeat chorus)
(jp) wrote: Chevy Chase's best movie!
(jp) wrote: Three young women move to Moscow & scheme to find husbands. Mediocre melodrama's sole strength is its femme-focused look at Russian society.
(it) wrote: The best 1950's sci-fi movie ever.
(us) wrote: Filmed claustrophobically, the film truly feels more like a play than movie and is packed with six fine performances with the late Jack Lemmon outshining them all. However, the film suffers by telling more often than it does showing plot.
(gb) wrote: Paul Newman and hockey. A movie for the ages.