Shaken by his father's mysterious death, attorney Renny Jacobson is puzzled by the conditions of the will. In his quest to learn the truth, Renny discovers that his life---and the life of the woman he loves---depends on his fulfilling a prophecy spoken in 1863. What will it take to deliver him from the curse of "the list"? (PG.) 107 minutes.
There are two movies out right now with the same title. One is great, this one is not, but don't rule it out yet. It begins at the end of the Civil war, in a shocking, unexpected scene, then suddenly goes to the present. It is most definitely different. The love of money is the root of evil, but you sort of understand in the beginning, why he continues. It gets pretty dark, but is redeemed in closing. God is a God of second chances. He is angry and bitter towards his father, understandably so, why we must learn forgiveness. Casting is very good, as well as the message, if you endure to the end and I suggest you do! I say dark, but much of life today is and getting worse daily.
It will get your attention at first. Then when the dark is fully revealed, you get caught up in it wondering just where it's going to go and how far. It is different and I loved how they brought the light back in. It's worth the price of the movie and will force you to come face to face with where we are today, living in a very dark world.
This movie is one you have to watch from start to finish because it has several different characters going on leading to the main story. It is an average movie with an average story line. I would not recommend for kids.