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Neil Abramson directs this indie drama following a young American soldier as he confronts life's complexities during his Thanksgiving leave. Having completed his basic training as a private in the United States Marine Corps 19-year-old Mike Holland (Nick Cannon) returns home to California to catch up with his family and friends before being shipped out to Iraq. Over a four-day period he begins a relationship with a young woman he meets on the bus Cristina (Melonie Diaz) sees his estranged father (Chi McBride) for the first time in years and has a chance encounter with a disabled soldier recently back from Iraq (Jay Hernandez). Meanwhile he struggles to reconnect with his best friend Jake (Matt O'Leary) mother Donna (April Grace) and new stepfather Dale (Tom Sizemore).
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Now the movie itself is beautiful and uplifting it raises the qaulity of POWER# to an all new level of inspiration! Its an emotional DRAMA with a positive relief and it never latches on! The storyline has an exellent point of sense that will leave you flawed! this beautiful DRAMA LOVE STORY is the one to watch for a night in!
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The interconnecting story of Mike and his friends on one side, his family on another and then his girlfriend all came to a head when they all find out his secret.
This is a definite one to watch over again.
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So Nick Cannon plays Mike, a confused, lost soul from Bakersfield, CA -- he returns home after his training with some disturbing news about his future, but he chooses not to sully his (last) remaining moments with his family and friends. He discovers the beautiful Cristina (Melonie Diaz) who falls for Mike's wit and fearlessness. Mike also catches up with some of his friends, including his no-good friend Jake (Matt O'Leary) who still manages to flare Mike's temper.
Ultimately, this story is about choices. We all have them. Why do we make stupid decisions? Why do we fall in love? Why, why, why? This movie is not a snore-fest, guys. Seriously, let's see you try to make one better.