Kingdom Come

Kingdom Come

Director: Doug McHenry, Doug McHenry Cast: LL Cool J, Jada Pinkett Smith

DVD (Wide Screen / Repackaged)

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Overview

A small, little-seen comedy from 20th Century Fox, Kingdom Come should find a new audience on DVD thanks to this pleasant edition. The picture is excellent, presented in an anamorphic widescreen format with a 2.35:1 aspect ratio. The sound is a clear Dolby Surround 5.1 transfer. As for extras, viewers get a commentary from director Doug McHenry, a promotional featurette, a music video, and a bevy of trailers and TV spots. Kingdom Come is a pleasant little comedy that's worth seeking out. This DVD edition makes it even more so.

Product Details

Release Date: 09/25/2001
UPC: 0024543023975
Original Release: 2001
Rating: PG
Source: Fox Searchlight
Presentation: [Wide Screen]
Time: 1:34:00
Sales rank: 7,731

Special Features

Closed Caption; Commentary by director Doug McHenry; Kirk Franklin Music Video: "Thank You"; Featurette; Theatrical trailer; 4 TV spots; Anamophic widescreen (Aspects ratio 1.85.1); Audio: English 5.1; Dolby surround; Subtitles: English, Spanish

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
LL Cool J Ray Bud Slocumb
Jada Pinkett Smith Charisse Slocumb
Vivica A. Fox Lucille Slocumb
Loretta Devine Marguerite
Anthony Anderson Junior Slocumb
Whoopi Goldberg Raynelle Slocumb
Toni Braxton Juanita Slocumb
Cedric the Entertainer Reverend Hooker
Darius McCrary Royce
Richard Gant Clyde
Masasa Delightful
Dominic Hoffman Antoine Depew
Patrice Monscell Merline Depew
Clifton Davis Charles Winslow
Kellita Smith Bernice
Aloma Wright Veda
Tamala Jones Lady #2
Ellen Cleghorne Lady #1
Natalie Wilson Lady #3
Tamala J. Mann Lady #2
Sandra Nicole Shepherd Lady #4
Tony Paul Tiny
Chuck Campbell Pedal Steel Player
Frank Macchia Conductor

Technical Credits
Doug McHenry Director
Doug McHenry Director
Karen Agresti Set Decoration/Design
Marcos Alvarez Set Decoration/Design
Barbara Augustus Makeup
Edward Bates Producer
Tyler Bates Score Composer
Rochelle Bates Executive Producer
Big Daddy Stunts
David Dean Bottrell Screenwriter
Erwin M. Cukurs Set Decoration/Design
David E. Diano Camera Operator
Simon Dobbin Production Designer
Kirk Franklin Songwriter
Richard Halsey Editor
Hester Hargett Co-producer
Chris Hayes Camera Operator
James Alan Hensz Asst. Director
Francine Jamison-Tanchuck Costumes/Costume Designer
Bruton Jones Art Director
Jessie Jones Screenwriter
Debbie Jones Stunts
Wayne Kelsee Stunts
Francis Kenny Cinematographer
L. King-Devoreaux Stunts
Eric Mansker Stunts
John Morrissey Producer
Judy Murdock Makeup
Beverly Jo Pryor Makeup
Robi Reed-Humes Casting
Carlton L. Russell Stunts
EFX Shop Editor,Sound/Sound Designer
Lawrence Turman Executive Producer
George S. Vrattos Special Effects
Derrick L. Wade Musical Direction/Supervision
Shelley A. Wallace Set Decoration/Design
William Washington Stunts
Russell Williams Sound Mixer,Sound/Sound Designer
Dana Woods Stunts

Scene Index

Side #1 --
1. Sister's Letter (Titles) [:02]
2. Uncle Bud's Passed [3:39]
3. Mean as a Snake [2:22]
4. Junior & Charisse [2:57]
5. Ray Bud & Lucille [1:07]
6. The Earring [2:27]
7. We're a Family [2:55]
8. Jesus Got the Knob [:52]
9. Royce's Play [1:45]
10. Corn Dogs & Caskets [2:13]
11. Two Dollars a Letter [2:28]
12. Brothers [1:10]
13. What is Life? [3:24]
14. The Funeral Home [3:56]
15. Daddy Looks Dead [6:37]
16. Rich & Stupid [:58]
17. Juniors's Prayer [3:01]
18. Going Quick [7:14]
19. Bernice [:26]
20. A Minute With Mama [3:00]
21. Funeral Day [1:45]
22. Waiting for the Preacher [1:42]
23. Forgiveness & A Fizzy Cream [1:38]
24. Class & Dignity [3:38]
25. The Most Cherished Treasure [1:43]
26. Try Me [5:07]
27. Last Goodbyes [1:13]
28. End Titles [:49]

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Kingdom Come 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Devote-E More than 1 year ago
It starts with a laugh, and the laughs continue throughout. The down-to-earth plot revolves around a funeral and associated family stresses. Whoopi Goldberg continues to present herself as a marvelous person that you would be privileged to have as a close personal friend. The script portrays a small town family beset by common problems and coping with them in uncommonly funny ways. There is not a weak member in the cast. Each player is convincing and displays a range of emotions that require extensive talent and training. The music, lighting, sound, camera work, costumes, makeup, sets, and editing are flawless. This movie will make you laugh (a lot) and cry (a little), and it will leave you feeling that the world is a better place than you had realized.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago