Movie Review: Catching Faith 2 – The Homecoming 4


*I was not financially compensated for this post. I received a sample for review purposes. The opinions are completely my own based on my experience.*

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Recently, I received the “Catching Faith 2” movie from Edify Media.  We had previously watched the original Catching Faith movie and loved it.  There hasn’t been a movie yet that we’ve received from Edify Media, that we didn’t enjoy.  They all have great stories, are family friendly and great for friends or anyone that you want to enjoy a movie night with.  They make you think, make you feel and are ones that you remember for a long time.

“Catching Faith 2” is one that I liked a lot.  We’re not a football family, and don’t really like sports in general, but the way that the movie used parts of that didn’t affect our interest.  There were some great actors, wonderful stories and it kept you thinking.  Now the family did have a LOT of stuff going on all at once, which sometimes was a bit confusing, but hey…that’s every family, right?  We need to ask the Lord to show us what to focus on, how to help those that need it and how to just enjoy our time together when we have it.  Let me know in the comments below, who you think you would like to watch this movie with.

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catchingEverything seems to be going wrong for the Taylor family right now. Just as Alexa is starting work at her dream job, she’s overwhelmed by caring for her mother suffering from Alzheimer’s disease. Her son, Beau, has just lost his professional football career to an injury and her daughter, Ravyn, needs help planning her last-minute wedding. Only with the support of friends and the guiding grace of their faith can the Taylors find the strength to cope with the tidal wave of drama and tragedy that is rolling over their lives. 

About RLJ Entertainment
RLJ Entertainment, Inc. (NASDAQ: RLJE) is a premier independent owner, developer, licensee, and distributor of entertainment content and programming in primarily North America, the United Kingdom, and Australia. RLJE is a leader in numerous genres including feature films and urban with distinct content via its owned and distributed brands such as Acorn (British TV), Image (feature films), Acacia (fitness), Athena (documentaries), and Madacy (gift sets). These titles are distributed in multiple formats including broadcast television (including satellite and cable), theatrical and non-theatrical, DVD, Blu-Ray, digital download, and digital streaming.

Through Acorn Productions, its UK production arm, RLJE owns all rights to the hit UK mystery series Foyle’s War and is developing new programs. RLJE owns 64% of Agatha Christie Limited, which manages the intellectual property and publishing rights to some of the greatest works of mystery fiction, including stories of the iconic sleuths Miss Marple and Poirot.

RLJE leverages its management experience to acquire, distribute and monetize existing and original content for its many distribution channels, including its branded digital subscription channels, Acorn TV, AcaciaTV, and UMC – Urban Movie Channel, and engages distinct audiences with programming that appeals directly to their unique viewing interests. Through its proprietary e-commerce web sites and print catalogs for the Acorn and Acacia brands, RLJE has direct contacts and billing relationships with millions of consumers. For more information, please visit www.RLJEntertainment.com

FOR INTERVIEW REQUESTS CONTACT: Elliott Wallach / Edify Media, Inc. (310) 424-5688/ elliottw@edifymedia.net

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It is easy to get over whelmed so this sounds like a good show to refocus.

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This looks like a good one! I’ll have to check it out with my husband.