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The Day Shall Come is a movie starring Andrel McPherson, Miles Robbins, and Marchánt Davis. An impoverished preacher who brings hope to the Miami projects is offered cash to save his family from eviction. He has no idea his sponsor...

Genres
Comedy, Crime
Director
Christopher Morris
Starring
Andrel McPherson, Anna Kendrick, Marchánt Davis, Miles Robbins

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Product details

Genres Comedy, Crime
Director Christopher Morris
Writer Sean Gray, Jesse Armstrong, Christopher Morris, Tony Roche
Stars Andrel McPherson, Anna Kendrick, Marchánt Davis, Miles Robbins
Country USA, UK
Also Known As Untitled Chris Morris Project
Runtime 1 h 27 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description In this absurdist dark political satire, a somewhat nutty and naive impoverished African American preacher, who along with his worried family and a small group of followers wishes to bring hope to the Miami projects by preaching about his own version of God based on the liberation theology and African nationalism, is forced by a nefarious character to agree to an arms deal in order to save his family from eviction and possibly start his revolution for real. What the preacher doesn't realize is that he has become a target of a complex false flag operation by the FBI to first turn him into a terrorist and then arrest him and score points in the U.S.'s war on terror. However, what the FBI does not realize is that, although a vocal revolutionary, the preacher is also a firm believer in pacifism, a loyal citizen and a very unpredictable character.

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Monday, 04 Jan 2021 10:46

This is the second of the "trouble with the dog" movies in the "hockey" genre, the first being the "Midget Pranks" (1974), also starring Ted Danson and Margaret Whitton. Ted Danson (himself a former wrestler in addition to being the real-life son of Ted Turner) and his then girlfriend Rachel (a terrific Mary Woronov, here also appearing in an early role) are on vacation, having a great time in their rental car, and have trouble locking up. Meanwhile, the high-powered lawyer Phillip (Richard Roundtree) is having problems with his vacationing pal C.M. (Theodore Melfi). The tension between them is so great that a group of rowdies trying to rob the rental car from them - an actual attempt - force them to switch cars to a nearby vehicle. The real-life Phillip and C.M. keep the car and decide to buy the car back from the rowdies. The rowdies soon try to take over the car, and the showdown between the two lovers ensues. With the help of the car's owner, the couple make it to their destination. They find that their car has been hijacked, and drive to the beach where the car was stolen. Phillip tells C.M. of the robbery, and the rowdies, led by Theodore Melfi, have to find the people responsible for stealing the car, and send them to prison. The movie is clearly a comedy. The action is entertaining and the comedy is good. The thing that makes the movie especially amusing is that the entire movie is not one man vs. the other, but two man vs. the audience. The way that the movie is filmed is obviously extremely exciting, with spectacular camera-work and awesome lighting effects, that makes the movie more exciting. The movie also has a great cast. The rest of the cast is also terrific, especially Mary Woronov, who is terrific as always, and Richard Roundtree, who gives one of his best performances. Also starring William Katt (as Phill's boss), James Woods, Billy Crystal, George Segal and the late great Harvey Korman. Also featuring the great Tim Blake Nelson as the character of "Stanko". This is a very enjoyable movie. I give this movie an eight out of ten.


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