If you’ve been hoping to see more great faith-based films like “Courageous” and “October Baby,” you’ll be excited to learn about a new movie, “Grace Unplugged,” set to hit theaters in 2013. Distributed by Lionsgate, the film includes live performances from Christian Contemporary artist, Jamie Grace and more.
According to the movies official Facebook page, the plot goes like this.
20 years ago, Johnny Trey, played by James Denton, charted the Billboard top five single, “Misunderstood.” Then, the hits stopped coming and he crash-landed hard, becoming a one-hit wonder—every artist’s worst nightmare.
Eventually, Johnny found Christ and a new life for his family, far from the Hollywood Hills. He now serves as the praise music director of “Homewood Community Church” just south of Birmingham, AL.
Serving alongside Johnny is his now 18 year-old daughter, Grace, played by AJ Michalka (The Lovely Bones, Super 8, Secretariat).
The beautiful, very talented, but restless, Grace is growing tired of being undiscovered outside the confines of church ministry. No longer satisfied with being her father’s sidekick, she dreams of the day when she can carve her own path toward music immortality.
One day without warning, Grace leaves for Los Angeles.
With the help of Johnny’s ruthless former manager, Frank “Mossy” Mostin, played by Kevin Pollak, the headstrong teen lands a record deal. Mossy sees in Grace a potential superstar and of course, a massive paycheck.
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