Movie Binge: 8 Film Collection [2 Discs] [DVD]
- SKU: 28880171
- Release Date: 09/08/2015
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Writer/director Tim Greene takes Charles Dickens' classic novel of an orphan in Victorian England and transports it to present-day Cape Town, South Africa, for his feature debut, Boy Called Twist. Newcomer Jarrid Geduld stars as the boy, who is sent to an orphanage when his mother dies shortly after giving birth to him. He's given his new name by Mrs. Corlet (Terry Norton), an orphanage director with a literary bent. Years later, with the orphanage in dire financial straits, Corlet sells a group of the older orphans to Bedel (Goliath Davids), who brings them to a farm where they are fed little and worked mercilessly. When Twist dares to demand more food, Bedel beats him, then brings him to a family-run funeral home, where he starts work as a gravedigger. He does well there, until his fellow workers grow jealous of him and start trouble. Faced with returning to the farm, Twist chooses to run away. At a highway rest stop, he's found by Dodger (Tertius Swanepoel), who brings him to the vicious Bill Sykes (Bart Fouche) and his pretty girlfriend, Nancy (Kim Engelbrecht). They take Twist to Cape Town, where he falls in with Fagin (Leslie Fong) and his crew of young scam artists, including Charley Bates (Ndyebo Mgaga). Twist is arrested for robbing an old man, but rather than press charges, Ebrahim (Bill Curry), a wealthy Muslim, takes Twist in and shows him a new way of life. Greene drew a lot of attention when he raised the production cost of the film by getting a thousand people to donate one thousand rands apiece. Greene attended the film's U.S. premiere at the 2005 New York African Diaspora Film Festival. ~ Josh Ralske, Rovi
Let God Be the Judge
A man who lacks faith faces the judgment of God after being shot during a mugging, and becomes a true believer after having his soul put on trial in a heavenly court of law. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi
Will a Man Rob God?
Convinced that his pastor is getting rich off of the donations of his congregation, lifelong Christian Corey begins to ponder the prospect of robbing the very same church he has attended since childhood. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi
When a Woman's Fed Up
A success-driven woman seeks to teach her cheating husband an important lesson in fidelity. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi
The weight of the world bearing down on their shoulders, 10 strangers struggle to take their destinies into their own hands while living in a society that has lost all kindness and compassion. Steve Carrell, James Gandolfini, Paul Walker, Josh Hartnett, and Paris Hilton star. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi
God Send Me a Man
Unlucky in love yet quick to fall into bed, floundering twenty-something Stacy is inspired to turn over a new leaf after witnessing the effects of her reckless lifestyle on her impressionable younger siblings. When Stacy begins attending prayer service, she establishes a relationship with God that brings balance to her life, and provides her with a newfound sense of purpose. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi
Nine lovelorn and lonely strangers struggle to break free from the past to find the companionship they crave in this episodic relationship drama featuring Gerard Butler, Eva Mendes, Stellan Skarsgard, and Anna Faris. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi
God's Precious Jewels
The benevolent members of a woman's support group strive to steer one of their wayward sisters back onto the path of righteousness in this uplifting drama starring Robin Givens, Clifton Powell, and Kae Shakir. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi