Aaron Davis is accused of murder and incarcerated for a crime he swears that he did not commit. His son Jalen is forced to grow up on the streets of Los Angeles without the guidance of a father and primarily raised by his mother Shala and Grandmother Camilla. Jalen finds himself in hot water with his life at risk after his friend Diggy decides to partner with one of the biggest drug dealers in ...
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Aaron Davis is accused of murder and incarcerated for a crime he swears that he did not commit. His son Jalen is forced to grow up on the streets of Los Angeles without the guidance of a father and primarily raised by his mother Shala and Grandmother Camilla. Jalen finds himself in hot water with his life at risk after his friend Diggy decides to partner with one of the biggest drug dealers in the city leaving a large debt to be recouped. Everything seems to turn around when Aaron is reminded to put his faith in God first and use the power of prayer to help solve his problems. Will Aaron find a way to prove his innocence and save his son's life before it is too late?
For a low budget movie it's really not that bad. But I think people miss the point of the movie. I see it as a family movie, more educating than anything else. Shows the positive outcomes after tragedy.
The Christian elements are good. People that don't like it obviously are none believers.
However it's light entertainment. What the movie lacked was a strong opening!
The acting isn't bad as some make out. But half the cast are rappers more than actors. Robin Givens was great. She deserves bigger projects!
It's not a 10 out of 10! But it's not a 1 out of 10 neither
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