I’ll Be There

I’ll Be There

A has-been 80’s pop star finds renewed purpose when he learns he has a teenage daughter.
Genre: Feature Film-Comedy
Rating: PG13
Release Date: 1-JUN-2004
Media Type: DVDThis low-key, thoroughly delightful comedy is the product of Scottish comic/actor/writer/director Craig Ferguson’s goofy and sweet imagination. Ferguson plays retired rock star Paul Kerr, a 1980s sensation whose whiskey-fueled antics in a Welsh mansion land him, involuntarily, in a psychiatric hospital. In short order, an old bandmate (Ralph Brown) turns up to help Paul get sober, and a long-lost love (Jemma Redgrave) introduces the mortified musician to an adolescent daughter (Charlotte Church) he never knew he had. Lots of catching up and relationship repairs ensue, but the film is really an off-center, eccentric comedy in which quaint villagers debate the origins of guitar feedback and 75-year-old veteran actor Joss Ackland (Surviving Picasso) can be found performing Roy Orbison rockers. A pleasant surprise is golden-throated Church’s acting debut; revered for years as a singing prodigy, she proves to be a natural actress and outstanding pop-song stylist. –Tom Keogh

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I’ll Meet You in the Morning – First Baptist Church Panama City

Summer Night of Gospel Music. Sheila Tison – Soloist with musical guests from First Baptist Churches Bonifay, Defuniak Springs, Lynn Haven, Youngstown and Hiland Park, Florida. Directed by Rev. Manuel Garcia
Video Rating: 5 / 5