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All Saints Movie Release on August 25th, 2017

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There is a new movie for Christians called “All Saints” that is beyond anything I have seen.  It ranks close to the other, but way above.  I’m going to include the movie trailer and a few other snippets from it so that you can have a better clue as to what you’re going to be getting to see when it comes out.

This movie is filled with drama.  I’m not one for drama, but this one is a whole new story.  I have a love for this drama movie as it’s not like any that I’ve ever seen.  That is a HUGE improvement!

The movie has yet to be released and has over 11K views already!  Below is the movie trailer that I told you that I would put here for you to watch.  This is the Official Trailer.  There will be more to follow.

If you’re interested in going to the theaters to watch “All Saints“, you can visit their site.   All you have to do is enter your zip code to find the closest theater that is near you where it will be playing.  I’ll be watching it when it comes out locally.

This movie is about a small little church that is in Tennessee (which I reside in).  The church is about to close due to closing and not many in the congregation.  When the pastor refuses to give up, he passes out fliers to get attention to the locals.  He had no idea of what would come next.

Upon the results of his fliers, there are immigrant refugees that come along to help.  What they done was beyond the normal and way beyond what the pastor ever expected.  It was something that most would have thought that would never happen.

Believe it or not, the movie is based on a true story!  It’s based on a businessman that turned pastor.  The tiny church was ordered to shut down.  The group of refugees from Southeast Asia risked everything to plant seeds
for a future that might just save them all, including the church.

There is another trailer that you must see that will give you a more insight to the movie.  Here it is.

This movie is rated PG and intended for ages 10 years and up.  This movie is produced by Sony AFFIRM (Sony Pictures).  Again, the release date is on August 25, 2017.  You can purchase tickets, downloads, etc on their site!

 

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All Saints

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7 Comments

  1. I love watching Christian movies that we can relate to living in a smaller town. This church reminds me of the one we attended a few years ago that was struggling but pulled through thanks to the grace of its followers.

  2. I’ve liked John Corbett since Northen Exposure so I’ll go see the movie (plus it looks good!).

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