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.