It is an uplifting and uproarious tale of a dysfunctional family reuniting under one roof to mourn the passing of Woodrow 'Bud' Slocumb.
I doubled over in laughter after watching this big-hearted film because the inspired humor in it taught me a very valuable lesson.
The film was so heart warming and all the “down-home” wisdom reminded me of my own family in Alabama.
“Kingdom Come" takes a comedic look at death. It is an enjoyable black comedy in more ways than one.
Amidst the many crises that develop in the film, the eccentric relatives make an emotional journey involving love, loss and forgiveness.
The star-studded cast (including Whoopi Goldberg, LL Cool J, Toni Braxton, Vivica A. Fox, Loretta Devine and Jada Pinkett-Smith) truly help the comedy come to life.
The comedy tells the story of three generations of relatives who reunite for a wild weekend after the death of the family patriarch.
Clearly, the passing of a loved one is going to be tough...but the family members in this film have a ton of captivating affairs that need to be sorted out too, and this makes things just that much more crazy, difficult, and hilarious at times.
Many lessons in life are learned along the way, and the most important lesson I took away from the film is that no family is perfect but they are still family and that means sticking together.
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