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The Song (2014)

The Song (2014)

Alan PowellAli FaulknerCaitlin Nicol-ThomasDanny Vinson
Richard Ramsey


The Song (2014) is a English movie. Richard Ramsey has directed this movie. Alan Powell,Ali Faulkner,Caitlin Nicol-Thomas,Danny Vinson are the starring of this movie. It was released in 2014. The Song (2014) is considered one of the best Drama,Music,Romance movie in India and around the world.

Aspiring singer-songwriter Jed King is struggling to catch a break and escape the long shadow of his famous father when he reluctantly agrees to a gig at a local vineyard harvest festival. Jed meets the vineyard owner's daughter, Rose, and a romance quickly blooms. Soon after their wedding, Jed writes Rose "The Song," which becomes a breakout hit. Suddenly thrust into a life of stardom and a world of temptation, his life and marriage begin to fall apart.


The Song (2014) Reviews

  • Well-done & Inspiring


    I did not know what to expect when I saw the screening of this movie, and boy was I surprised. I knew it was based on the life of King Solomon but nothing else. The script and acting quality was top-notch, and the directing was well executed. I was drawn into the storyline and found myself rooting for the characters. It was a wonderful movie to take my wife to for our anniversary, and we found ourselves talking about it for days after we saw it. The movie is intense at times and probably not suitable for young children, but I highly recommend it for teens and up!

  • An outstanding movie with substance and truth.


    "'The Song' is a gripping story of a singer that seeks the wisdom of God, and that tastes the temptations of this life along the way. A modern day Solomon, Jed King learns the hard way that fame comes at a heavy price. The way we all often find out when we 'go into the world'. Alan Powell (singer of Anthem Lights) pulls off an outstanding preference on the 'Big Screen.' His captivating and believable character development was strongly brought to life through his acting. Throughout the movie you can feel his battles, from the fame, to the lust, to the struggles within his own marriage. That without God everything is 'meaningless.' Sadly we find that most Christian movies are of low quality when it comes to acting, graphics and everything else that goes into making movies. But 'The Song' aced it. The scenes were beautifully done and the cast acting was enjoyable. It always makes me happy to watch a Christian movie with such an amazing impact. We definitely need more of these films in theaters.

  • A++ Must see!


    Great story, great acting, great music, great message. You can't go wrong with this one! Its a love story but also has the excitement of music and life on the road. It deals with real life issues with couples and the struggles of relationships. The music scenes alone are worth seeing it. Wonderfully crafted songs with great musicianship and slick performance footage. The cinematography is beautifully done. The three lead actors are new to the craft and pull their rolls of great. "Faith-based" films too often shy away from issues of sex, drugs, drinking, affairs, and marital struggles, but not this one. It hits hard and goes deep. It is layered with parallels to king David's and Solomon's lives, and the narration is straight from Solomon's writings.

  • One of the better movies on love and relationships that have been produced lately


    This is one of the better films I've seen on marriage and relationships lately. The film is set in a beautiful vineyard in central Kentucky, and has musical influence from that region. The cinematography is beautiful shot and the best words I can describe it is captivating. I would search for the sound track online and listen to one of the tracks to get a good impression of the genre of the film. Some of said the story has a typical story-line, but then again, so do most romances (as well as most comic book movies lately produced). What makes a romance compelling is not in the novelty of the ending (any more than a Spiderman movie where Spiderman looses at the end), but what the journey seeks to tell us about love and relationship. This movie has a unique and compelling message to the typical romance. The Christian side is taken mostly from the wisdom parts of the Bible, so really interesting statements about the philosophy of life (and not dogma). I'm really glad I went to see it, and will probably buy the soundtrack when it comes out.

  • Filled With Platitudes


    Although I'm sure this movie will have it's ardent supporters especially in the faith-based community, I'm not a big fan of films which are filled with platitudes and agendas, because they invariably come across to me as preachy. Although this movie, written and directed by Richard Ramsey, is a little more low key than most in it's presentation of moralistic ideas, and has some good music and a decent story, it still registered with me as having a 'holier-than-thou" air about it. Alan Powell stars here as Jed King, who's a struggling musician and singer living in the shadow of his father David, who was a famous country singer but has now passed on. With his career stalling, Jed takes a gig at a harvest festival, in Sharon, Kentucky, where he meets Rose Jordan (Ali Faulkner) and her father Sheppard, who own and manage the vineyard where the festival is being held. It's love at first sight for Jed and Rose and they soon will marry. Jed is so inspired by his new love that he's able to write and perform with a new energy, and one of his songs about Rose becomes a big hit, and soon Jed has a rocketing career. However, with his fame comes the expectations of musical tours, and on one of these Jed, who has his own strict moral code, meets the vampish Shelby Bale (Caitlin Nicol Thomas), who's an excellent singer and fiddle player in her own right, and will be his opening act. Shelby seems determined to seduce Jed from day one. Will Jed succumb to her temptations, plus the lure of drugs and alcohol so commonplace on road tours? Stay tuned. I imagine the central theme of this film is that if you live a good and moralistic life, then it will outweigh any money or fame you accrue along the way and which you can't take with you when you leave this Earth. Thus you'll be in good stead to face God in the afterlife. However, despite those positives mentioned in the beginning of this review, I just couldn't buy into the preachiness of it all.


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