Thursday, 20 September 2012

Unconditional (2012) Movie Story Review Cast and Crew Online Watch Online

Movie Genl Info: Unconditional is an upcoming 2012 independent Christian film, written and directed by Brent McCorkle, inspired by true events. It is the first film by Harbinger Media Partners, which aims to "produce high quality theatrical films that honor God and inspire viewers to pursue Him and serve others." The producers of the movie have partnered with a number of charitable and non-profit organizations to encourage moviegoers to meet the needs of others in their communities.The film is based on the actual story of Joe Bradford, who grew up in a rural area of Tennessee. When he developed kidney disease, Joe and his wife Denise were forced to move to a low-income area of Nashville. When they arrived, they were confronted by the needs of the underprivileged children in their neighborhood. Joe and Denise began to reach out to them and also started directing a choir of inner-city children. Many of the fatherless children embraced Joe, who became known as "Papa Joe." Together with his wife, he founded Elijah's Heart, a non-profit organization, in 2005 to help children in need.The film is the first feature-length project directed by Brent McCorkle, who also wrote the screenplay and edited the film. He previously worked on several short films, including The Rift, which won an award in the 2009 Doorpost Film Project......Lynn Collins was last seen on the big screen in John Carter - the captive princess with the flowy garments and armor that couldn't shield her from co-starring in a box-office bomb. But here she stars alongside the talented and often under-utilized Michael Ealy in a Christian-themed drama that should benefit from niche marketing and perhaps eke out a couple million collars over opening weekend.

A woman's idyllic life is shattered when her husband is killed in a senseless act of violence. As she prepares to take matters into her own hands, two unexpected encounters begin to change everything.

Movie Reviews:
by Ian Reed (United States) Solid, compelling storytelling, if slightly overdramatized.
I got to see an early showing of this film, and went in knowing very little about it. When a special message for my screening played, describing the process of making it and revealing that it was coming from Harbinger, a media company "created to produce high quality theatrical films that honor God," I groaned a bit internally, fearing a trite, preachy, overly earnest two hours.The film was wonderful. Beautiful, even.It tells the story of Samantha Crawford, a woman whose life is falling apart. Her husband has been killed in a senseless incident, and she is severely depressed. Through a seemingly random encounter with two girls, she is reunited with one of her oldest friends, Joe Bradford.I'm not sure whether or not the character of Samantha exists, but the parts about Bradford are all based on the actual man, who was involved in the production of the film. He is a truly inspiring figure, and the representations of his compassion and love for the impoverished neighborhood he lives in do not feel at all forced.In fact, none of the film did, except for a small scene toward the end, and each character was well-written and well-portrayed.I definitely recommend this movie. I suppose some may find it preachy, but it is mostly an examination of love and hope, and how to continue on when they are lost. Or even better, how to regain them. 8/10

Main Cast And Crew
Lynn Collins, Michael Ealy, Bruce McGill, Kwesi Boakye
Director: Brent McCorkle
Produced by: Jason Atkins and J. Wesley Legg
Genres: Drama
Release Date: 21 September 2012 (USA) 
Music by: Mark Petrie, Brent McCorkle
Cinematography: Michael Regalbuto
Editing by: Brent McCorkle
Studio: Harbinger Media Partners,
Veracity Moving Pictures Free To Love
Distributed by: Harbinger Media Partners
Production Co: Harbinger Media Partners
Country: USA
Language: English
Also Known As: Bezuslovno
Filming Locations: USA
Box Office Budget: $2,000,000 (estimated)

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