The List (2015 film)

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Film

The List is a 2015 American independent feature film that will be released nationwide on DVD May 26, 2015.[1]

The List was awarded the Most Inspirational Feature Film Award by the International Christian Film Festival for 2016.,[2] and was also awarded the Platinum Remi Award by WorldFest-Houston International Film Festival (the oldest film festival in the country).[3] The List will be featured in the upcoming Kingdomwood Christian Film Festival October 7-9th.[4]

The List is a faith-based film that supports adoption written by Scott Pryor. The film was shot in Georgia. The film stars Scott Pryor, Kristen Sharp, and Montell Jordan.[5]

Plot

At the age of 12, Jack Stone ends up in the foster care system. He works hard to become one of the top trial lawyers in the country. He builds a list of what he thinks will bring him fulfillment and happiness, but his list does not include God. As tragedies strike, Jack is led to reevaluate his life.

Cast

  • Scott Pryor as Jack Stone
  • Kristen Sharp as Molly Chambers
  • Montell Jordan as Brian Mullenax
  • Brooke Jaye Taylor as Rebecca Chambers
  • Danny Williams as Jorge
  • Lane Miller as Dillon Stone
  • Brian Dewar McNamara as Peter Franklin
  • Derek Conte as Maxwell Franklin
  • Brian Egeston as Jim Steele
  • Whitney Christopher as Mrs. Robinson
  • Jeff Rose as Mr. Robinson
  • Elijah Vegas as Sammy Vegas
  • Josh Mikel as Red Durant
  • Julie Gribble as Charlene Stone
  • Travis Love as Undercover Officer
  • Shannen Fields as Lead Attorney
  • Billy Mason as Surgeon

Soundtrack

Official listing

  1. Stay With Me - Kristen Sharp

Reviews

Dove Foundation[6] FishFlix[7]

References

External links