I don't usually watch movies that depict blatant and hurtful racism because they cut so quick to the bone. Treating people unfairly for any reason has never set well with me. It's painful to watch, especially when it's based on the color of ones' skin. So, when I started watching Paul's Promise and it took a turn in that direction, I was a little apprehensive. Thankfully, those involved with the movie did not let it get to an unbearable pulse, while still making sure it was a central part of the story because after all, this was set during the Civil Rights Movement. I think it turned out to be a really good movie. Even better, when I found out at the end, that it was based on a true story.
Thursday, October 20, 2022
Paul's Promise in Theaters October 21st PLUS Win a $10 Amazon Gift Code
Disclosure: Many thanks to Damascus Road Productions for providing a sample of the product for this review. Opinions are 100% my own.
You can go see PAUL’S PROMISE in theaters starting October 21st!
Parents, you won’t want to miss this encouraging film about the power of a praying mother. If you're holding out hope for a prayer to be answered for your children (even if they are adults), this is a very inspiring film.
“Excellent presentation of a life changed by Jesus” - Fred Higgins from Assembly of God
Synopsis: Set in the peak of the 1960s Civil Rights movement, “Paul's Promise” is the inspiring true story of Paul Holderfield, former racist firefighter-turned-pastor who started one of the first integrated churches in the American South. It’s one man’s journey to hope and healing during a troubled time in our Nation’s history that resulted in one man’s decision to serve God and stand up to injustice - a story that continues to make a huge impact on the community to this day.
Of course, parts of this movie had me crying like a baby. This movie just really pulls on the heartstrings at times, and due to the content, of course if it was well done (and it was) it would tend to make one lean emotional. I liked it so much that I'll be taking my sister-in-law to see this over the weekend, if I can peel her away from her gardening.
Paul's Promise Opens Tomorrow
October 21, 2022 in theaters nationwide.
In addition to the good news about the movie being released,
THERE'S a GIVEAWAY!
One lucky winner will get a $10 Amazon Gift Card to thank them for checking in here to learn about the movie!! I hope everyone goes to see it, this is a heartfelt story worth watching.
Good luck to all entrants. Open worldwide (wherever Amazon gift codes can be used).
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I'd watch this!ReplyDelete
I would love to see this movie.ReplyDelete
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Wow! This looks like a really great movie to watch! Can’t wait to check this out!ReplyDelete
I always enjoy a good movie based off of a true story!ReplyDelete
I like that it's set in the 1960s.ReplyDelete
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Have a fabulous day and weekend. ♥
I'll look out for this movie if it comes to the UK.ReplyDelete
Interesting movie, first time to see it but reading and watching the video looks good to watch. Thank you for sharing!ReplyDelete
I want to see this movie because I love faith based movies that are based on true stories.ReplyDelete
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I love to watch Civil Rights movies. Reading your review I can see you like it. I am differently going to watch it in a nearby theatre soon.ReplyDelete
My mom would love this.ReplyDelete
i have been hearing about this movie a lot lately and it looks great!ReplyDelete
Hhhhmmmm...I must find this movie! It's talking about subject matter that speaks greatly to my heart. Thanks for sharing about it.ReplyDelete
Oh my I need to find that movie!ReplyDelete
I have been looking for a new movie to watch. This looks good.ReplyDelete
looks intersting cant wait to see itReplyDelete
This movie seems great. Would love to watch it.ReplyDelete
A wholesome movie is a rarity these days!ReplyDelete
The movie sounds interesting. I think that everyone should be treated equally as well.ReplyDelete
This looks like a good movie!ReplyDelete
This looks like a very powerful and moving film. I don't know any of the actors except Dean Cain, but I am still compelled to watch this one.ReplyDelete