Anthony Mackie stars as a self-help guru with a troubled past who offers his life-coaching services to a grieving man named Angel (Forest Whitaker). Angel, who's obsessed with the death of his mother, takes the idea of karma and retribution to some ugly, ugly places. This didn't make a ripple in theaters, despite the talented leading men. Might wanna pass on this grisly flick.
This movie was so bad it made me laugh out loud. It combined the absurdity of a Lifetime movie with an all-black cast. I selected this movie because it starred Forest Whittaker, Sanaa Latham and Anthony Mackie, who I've come to associate with quality films. However, the movie was a disappointment on all levels. The script was bad. The casting, which included non-Hispanics portraying Hispanic characters was weak. The acting was an embarrassment. Save yourself the money and rent something else.
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Excellent Excellent Excellent. My whole family love it. This movie had us on our toes. The point where Whitaker arm was shaking and he broke down and cried, I tell you I couldn't stop my tears because he make you feel the pain in his character. In my opinion this movie needs 10 stars.