Faith of Our Fathers (2015) Movie Watch Online Download

Faith of Our Fathers (2015) Movie Watch Online Download

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Faith of Our Fathers

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Directed by Carey Scott
Produced by Shelene Bryan
Bobby Downes
Kevin Downes
Michael Scott
Written by Kevin Downes
Carey Scott
Harold Uhl
David A.R. White
Starring Kevin Downes
David A.R. White
Stephen Baldwin
Candace Cameron Bure
Rebecca St. James
Sean McGowan
Music by Marc Fantini
Steffan Fantini
Cinematography Randall Gregg
Edited by Matt Cassell
David de Vos
Alex Kendrick
Production
company
Downes Brothers Entertainment
Pure Flix Entertainment
Distributed by Samuel Goldwyn Films
Release dates
  • July 1, 2015 (2015-07-01)
Running time
93 minutes
Country United States
Language English
Box office $1,004,105

Faith of Our Fathers 2015 Full Movie

Faith of Our Fathers is a 2015 American Christian comedy-drama film directed by Carey Scott and written by Kevin Downes, Carey Scott, Harold Uhl and David A.R. White. The film stars Kevin Downes, David A.R. White, Stephen Baldwin, Candace Cameron Bure, Rebecca St. James and Sean McGowan. The film was released on July 1, 2015, by Samuel Goldwyn Films.

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Faith of Our Fathers 2015

If you just can’t wait for that first Republican primary debate to get some vague talking points about duty, honor and the healing power of Christ’s love inarticulately blurted in your face, have I got the movie for you! PureFlix Entertainment, the Arizona-based purveyor of (per their subscription-based streaming website) “faith and family movies” that hit big with God’s Not Dead, has followed up the recent Old Fashioned and Do You Believe? with their worst movie yet. At least the others had ludicrous storylines worthy of ridicule. This one is just plain boring.

It’s 1997, and California-based nice guy John Paul George (Kevin Downes) is readying to marry his longtime girlfriend whose sole ambition in life is the preparation of home-cooked meals. John Paul’s mother recently passed and, going though her things, he uncovers photographs of the father he never knew, who died in Vietnam. You’d think this would be a time for reflection about his mother, what with her newly dead, but women don’t really factor into this story too much, other than to nag about choosing floral arrangements. John Paul decides that now, right now, he should finally look into his father’s past. Newly uncovered notes show he had a best friend in ’Nam named Eddie Adams – maybe he has some clues.

A pause here, because, yes, you read that right. Eddie Adams is, of course, the name of the war photographer best known for snapping the photo of US-backed South Vietnamese police chief Nguyễn Ngọc Loansummarily executing prisoner Nguyễn Văn Lém. Either there’s a subversive mole deep inside PureFlix’s story department or this is just a glorious coincidence. John Paul George, a devout Christian, would naturally call it a miracle, as would, by the end of this picture, Adams’s son Wayne (David AR White), the Yosemite Sam-esque cuss that John Paul eventually leads to a path of Godliness.

The bulk of the film follows John Paul, who races to Mississippi to meet his late father’s friend’s son. They enter into an agreement to visit the Vietnam memorial in Washington, DC. Wayne, the type of feller that’ll start a fight at a gas station if someone calls his vehicle “feminine”, has illuminating letters from his father Eddie about John Paul’s father Steven that he dishes out, for pay, during their ride. The epistolary nature offers a parallel storyline, as the two generations of men meet their fate.

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