Four troubled, inner city kids get a western-style shot at redemption when a cowboy pastor invites them to his country ranch and offers them a chance to put their lives in perspective. ... See full summary »
This was a great film that examines the inner city life and its effects on youth. I liked how this film explored the differences in rural and urban lives. Richard Roundtree was great and it was good to see him return to the big screen and he definitely brought a little bit of "Shaft" mojo. John Schneider makes a good turn as well. The cast is rounded out by some young up and coming actors who are all great. The young urban kids are actually the most interesting part of the film. At some times the film does move a little slow while on the ranches going through every day mundane ranch life. Then trouble shows up when gang leader Caz arrives looking for what was stolen from him. Christian themed with a great soundtrack as well.