Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
|Lord Help Us|
Actors: Debra Wilson, Joe Clair, Margaret Avery, Nadia Turner, Bill Toliver
Genres: Comedy, Drama, Kids & Family
"FAITH SHOWED THEM THE WAY" SOMETIMES YOU FIND ROMANCE IN PLACES YOU'D NEVER IMAGINE! IN THIS HILARIOUS ROMP, UNLUCKY-AT-LOVE KAYLA AND HER BEST BUDDY JEWELS HELP A RECENTLY WIDOWED BAPTIST MINISTER REGAIN HIS FLOCK AND HI... more »
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You Can Really Feel the Love Radiating from This Movie
Roney O. Smith | Mableton (Atlanta), Georgia USA | 06/13/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)
"The movie got stronger scene by scene and I am already looking forward
to seeing a sequel and prequel since the story line was just that good
in my opinion.
You could really feel the love of the entire cast and production crew
from the movie.
Buy the movie if you are interested in seeing a great story develop,
include a few surprises, and make you feel inspired and encouraged
about love, faith, and relationships.
Congratulations to former child actor Shavar Ross on his first feature
film. Not every former child star can make a claim to his achievement and professionalism."
A Delightful Surprise!
Spidee Webster | California | 06/30/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I rented this movie based on a friend's recommendation, and ended up buying my own copy. Very enjoyable! Written and directed on a low budget by child actor-turned director Shavar Ross (Dudley Ramsey from "Diff'rent Strokes"), this quirky little story is good family entertainment. The camera loves newcomer Nadia Turner (former American Idol contestant and Christian rock band guitarist) as sweet and sexy Kayla. Hip-hop actor Joe Clair is lovable as Kayla's friend and co-conspirator, Jewels. Veteran TV comedian, Johnny Brown, is delightfully funny as the preacher's opportunistic brother, Cephas. And Bill Toliver brings dignity and comedic charm to the grieving widower, Reverend Thomas.
The interviews on the DVD are also worth watching, to hear how each actor approached their character, and to show the obvious camraderie between this delightful ensemble. Good job! More like it, please."
Good movie for the budget.
The Queen of Kings | Madison, AL USA | 05/21/2007
(4 out of 5 stars)
"In a time when we are bombarded by images of lascivious behavior and gratuitous violence, it's refreshing to see something with a positive story line. This movie has funny moment and emotional moments that draw you into the characters. Joe Clair and Bill Toliver are absolutely WONDERFUL in this movie."
Lord Help Us, This Is Not a Quality Movie
As I See It | 03/01/2008
(1 out of 5 stars)
"The characters of Rev. Thomas and Kayla are charming, however, they could not make up for the very tiring acting of Joe Clair and Johnny Brown, and the offensive over-acting of the rest of the cast. The plot is just about non-existent, and I couldn't help but think that this movie, if made at all, should have been made in the "Good Times" of the seventies when just about everyone had bad taste."