Stan Foster Reviews
I love this movie! Stan Foster is born as a filmmaker. "The Preacher's Kid" is filmmaking at its best - well written, well directed, and the performances are top notch. It touches your heart,breaks your heart and puts it back together again. A new American classic is born."
Director Hollywood Shuffle, The Five Heartbeats.
Foster's film confirms the unique, undeniable power this genre can achieve on both stage and film--best exemplified by a scene climactic to both the movie and the play-within-a-movie, where Angie's song soars with such sincere, soul-baring passion that the audience, religious or otherwise, is uplifted beyond the screen and to a place that is genuinely transcendent.
- Michael Dequina
The acting varies from fine to excellent, the script is well structured, and the third act soars to an emotional high with very clever writing and crowd-pleasing acting flourishes. Even better, the music by Tim Miner is worthy of producing a couple crossover hits, and the singing by the cast is just as good as almost everything you will hear in NINE or DREAMGIRLS. LeToya Luckett is a real star in the making.
- Movie Guide
The Devlin Is A Liar in ‘Preacher’s Kid’
Posted on 05/07/2010 by Harry Thomas
Guest review by Tunette M. Powell
Oh, I know that’s right. No hidden secrets here, writer and director Stan Foster wants his audience to know that “Preacher’s Kid” is a Christian film. From his cliché title “Preacher’s Kid” to the name of the characters, Bishop King, Angie and Devlin, we get idea that the movie will be about God, an angel and the devil. But don’t get it twisted, unlike most Christian movies I’ve seen, “Preacher’s Kid” delivers and offers deliverance. Tyler Perry, the writer and director widely known for his Christian plays and movies, could learn a thing or two from Stan Foster.
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