A children's book illustrator (Lynn Collins, John Carter) has her perfect life shattered when her husband is killed in a senseless act of violence. On the verge of losing her faith and her will to live, she meets a selfless hunk (Michael Ealy, Think Like a Man) who works with underprivileged children in poor communities. Also, he's got a terminal illness. Just so you know, this was made by a movie company whose goal is to "produce high quality theatrical films that honor God." So, don't expect revenge or romance or anything like that--just an endorsement of God, forgiveness and community service. PG-13.