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Unconditional (2012)

Unconditional

Overview


Genre

Drama

Release Date

September 21, 2012

MPAA Rating

PG-13

Duration

92 min.

Production Budget

$2 millions

Studio

Harbinger Media Partners

Official Site

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REVIEWS RATE:  Critics  Nothing's perfect, but it's worth seeing.    Readers  5 of 5 [Rate It]

Cast and Crew


Director

Brent McCorkle

Producer

Jason Atkins, J. Wesley Legg

Screenwriter

Brent McCorkle

Starring

  • Lynn Collins as Samantha Crawford
  • Michael Ealy as Joe Bradford
  • Bruce McGill
  • Kwesi Boakye
  • Diego Klattenhoff
  • Cedric Pendleton
  • Emily Rollins
  • Michael Beasley

Story


Samantha Crawford's life is a storybook life: she's happily married, she lives on a ranch where she keeps her beloved horse, and the stories she's told and illustrated since childhood have become published books. When her husband Billy is killed in a senseless act of violence, Sam loses her faith and her will to live.

But a death-defying encounter with two children leads to a reunion with Joe, her oldest friend. Inspired by true events, "Unconditional" stars Michael Ealy (Think Like A Man, Barbershop) and Lynn Collins (John Carter).

As Sam watches her friend Joe care for and love the kids in his under-resourced neighborhood, she begins to realize that no matter life's circumstances, the love of God is always reaching out to us.

Pictures (44 photos)


Lynn Collins stars as Samantha Crawford in Harbinger Media Partners' Unconditional (2012)
A scene from Harbinger Media Partners' Unconditional (2012)

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REVIEWS BY CRITICS

“..while trafficking in cliches, manages to not deliver its message too heavily..”
by Frank Scheck [Hollywood Reporter]
“..it's more like a conversation with someone still trying to understand the experience himself - making the message more potent in the process..”
by Chris Foran [Milwaukee Journal Sentinel]
“..there's a murder mystery element to the story, with a resolution that's simple, surprising and satisfying..”
by David Martindale [Dallas Morning News]