Dial A PrayerDIAL A PRAYER is the story of Cora McCarthy (Snow) who has lost faith in her family, her work, the world at large and perhaps most importantly herself. Her hours logged at a call center for prayers amidst a slew of self-appointed healers is juxtaposed by her sterile home life with her shiny and structured mother. She soon finds herself at the center of a moral controversy when a stranger arrives intent on meeting his angel - Cora. A story of redemption, DIAL-A-PRAYER explores the large questions of destiny and fate vs faith.
Actors of "Dial A Prayer"
Directors of "Dial A Prayer"Maggie Kiley
Creators of "Dial A Prayer"Maggie Kiley
Critic Reviews of "Dial A Prayer"L.A. WeeklyApril 10, 2015
Kiley is mostly successful at keeping Hallmark banalities at bay, relating Cora's crime in a series of tense flashbacks and populating the film with funny characters played by a top-notch cast.Los Angeles TimesApril 09, 2015
"Dial a Prayer" doesn't work.Common Sense MediaOctober 20, 2015
Somber meditation on belief, redemption has heavy themes.Film Journal InternationalApril 10, 2015
A rather touching portrait of a young woman's human growth, laced with a salutary number of small yet piquant observations along the way.AtHomeInHollywood.comApril 09, 2015
I recommend Dial A Prayer for its actors - Snow is well-cast, Macy is of course golden in every single thing he does, and the supporting cast is likeable - and a story that's got a good message yet is not overly preachy in delivering it.Aisle SeatApril 08, 2015
Dial a Prayer is earnest and sincere, and it has a stellar performance from its lead actress, yet lacks the punch to make the kind of inspiring impact it's clearly aiming for.Tribune News ServiceApril 07, 2015
Just edgy enough to be interesting, maybe too edgy to qualify as a faith-based drama.
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