Three childhood friends, Sam (Richard Speight, Jr.), Jamal (Elijah Rock), and Frankie (Stelio Savante) have schemed since they were kids to make it big. While cruising in Sam’s beat up “classic” convertible on a road trip they find themselves in the small town of Rocky Road where Rusty Pickens (Barry Corbin), pretty much has everybody in his back pocket.
After finding themselves in hot water with the local police, Sam and his friends dig themselves deeper and deeper into trouble. Claiming to have been ‘saved’ while in jail, the troublesome trio lands in the hands of the corrupt Rusty who puts them to work as new ministers in the church and it’s up to them to convince Rusty and the residents of Rocky Road that they are indeed the real deal!
Soon though, it becomes clear to the newly appointed ‘ministers’ that Rusty doesn’t have the good people’s interests at heart and is using Sam and his pals to do his dirty work. It’s up to the guys to rise to the occasion and to prove to themselves (and maybe the big guy upstairs too) that they have what it takes to do the right thing in this hilarious fish-out-of-water tale!
As three men try to pull the wool over a small town’s eyes in pretending to be ministers little do they know that they are the ones that are being fooled. But during all the fooling there comes a change in each of them. Jamal and Frankie always believed in and had faith in God although they may not have practiced it. But Sam did not believe in that “religion” stuff. Little did he know that God had a plan for even him.When God opens Sam’s eyes with a little visit, Sam finds that he needs to fix things. So when he discovers the truth about Rusty’s trickery, that only way he can change things is to come clean about Jamal, Frankie and himself. But is it too late to get that second chance? This is a humorous film that will entertain the entire family but also shows how the Lord sometimes works in mysterious ways. We award this film our Dove Seal for all ages.