Check Out My Brother's Keeper in Theaters Tomorrow, March 19 {A Review + Giveaway} #MyBrothersKeeperMIN #MomentumInfluencerNetwork

 **Screener received for consideration. All thoughts are my own. 








MY BROTHER’S KEEPER shares the story of returning war veteran SFC Travis Fox (TC Stallings) who has one more battle to fight - PTSD. Fox and his best friend SFC Ron “Preach” Pearcy (Joey Lawrence) are in their 6th combat deployment when Preach and his entire Ranger platoon are killed in a deadly improvised explosive device attack. Travis returns to his hometown to settle the affairs of his parents who had passed away years before. In searching for answers about his parents, he also discovers a new obstacle in PTSD. He finds support from church counselor, Tiffany Robertson (Keshia Knight-Pulliam) and slowly begins to rediscover his faith in God, until he discovers a secret. Travis uncovers a secret hidden by his best friend Donnie Berry (Robert Ri’chard) that threatens his new-found faith, restores his guilt, and causes him to consider the unthinkable.


MY BROTHER’S KEEPER was directed by Kevan Otto (A QUESTION OF FAITH, FORGIVEN) and written by US Army Veteran Ty Manns (A QUESTION OF FAITH, THE 5TH QUARTER). The film stars TC Stallings (WAR ROOM, A QUESTION OF FAITH), Joey Lawrence (Melissa & Joey, Blossom, Ha-waii Five-0), Robert Ri’chard (COACH CARTER, Empire), and Keshia Knight Pulliam (The Cosby Show).






Can we just take a moment to appreciate just how far Christian films have come in recent years? Don't get me wrong, I have long enjoyed them myself. Still there's no denying that they often have much lower budgets and the quality isn't always quite on the level as more mainstream titles. In recent years, however, it seems that the quality has grown tremendously. That can certainly be seen in MY BROTHER'S KEEPER. 

This movie tackles some hard topics, like PTSD. As a military spouse, this is certainly a topic that I feel needs so much more attention than it receives. This movie takes it on both in a way that feels honest, while also still leaving viewers with a sense of hope at the end of the film. It certainly wasn't always and easy film to watch--- you'll certainly want to have tissues on standby--- but it's an important story to tell! 

While a clean movie with no foul language, this is not one to watch with the family... again just because of those more serious themes. Not only would it be a bit more mature in that regards, I don't see it holding much interest for a younger audience anyway. Older teens may appreciate it, but certainly not the younger audience, in my opinion. 

Overall, this movie was done so well and is one that is most certainly worth watching. 

Go see MY BROTHER’S KEEPER when it comes out in theaters tomorrow or host the film at your church through the Faith Content Network!





In celebration of the film's theatrical release, one very lucky winner will receive a digital code for My Brother's Keeper (Please note, the code will be received after home release). Enter using the giveaway form below:


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