Kingdom Come Movie Review 2001

Information and Film Reviews for Kingdom Come the Movie

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The death of an African-American family's patriarch brings archetypical relatives from near and far for the funeral. There's the wise, saintly widow (Goldberg), the stoic, hardworking son (LL Cool J) and his eager-to-please wife (Fox), the ne'er-do-well son (Anderson) and his shrewish wife (Pinkettt-Smith), the Bible-thumper (Devine), and the gold-digger (Braxton). Throw in an over-officious and unfortunately flatulent preacher (Cedric), let simmer, and bring to a boil. Most of the humor comes from the over-the-top renditions of the characters, as well as the aforementioned gastrointestinal distress, but it keeps getting in the way of the serious, and well-done drama between the at-odds family members. The swings in tone and mood are jarring, but the ride is made easier by the stellar performances, highlighted by LL Cool J's breakout as the eldest son.

Distribution

Fox Home Entertainment, PO Box 900, Beverly Hills, CA 90213, Phone: (310)369-3900, Toll-free: 888-223-4FOX, Fax: (310)369-5811, URL: http://www.foxmovies.com/index1.html, Remarks: Also known as Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment

Available on VHS, DVD
Running time 89 minutes.
Originally from United States.

Cast and Crew

Genres
Comedy Drama, Funerals, Family Drama, Adapted from a Play, African America, Aunts & Uncles, Nieces & Nephews
Screenplay
Jessie Jones, David Bottrell
Cast
LL Cool J, Jada Pinkett Smith, Vivica A. Fox, Loretta Devine, Anthony Anderson, Cedric the Entertainer, Darius McCrary, Whoopi Goldberg, Toni Braxton, Masasa, Clifton Davis, Richard Gant, Doug McHenry
Cinematography
Francis Kenny
Director
Doug McHenry
Music
Tyler Bates
Other
Russell Williams, Richard Halsey, Burton E. Jones, Francine Jamison-Tanchuck, Simon Dobbin
Producer
John Morrissey, Edward Bates, Fox Searchlight

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