War Room is one of the most anticipated films of the year, the fifth film from the Kendrick Brothers (Flywheel, Facing The Giants, Fireproof, Courageous) after a four year wait, and yes it is worth the wait.
The theme of War Room is prayer, and how prayer is a powerful weapon, with the aim to get people back on their knees in prayer. The film is based round the lives of Tony and Elizabeth Jordan and their daughter, with a failing marriage, temptations come and bitterness increases. However in comes Miss Clara, a prayer warrior and Elizabeths new client, from this point Elizabeth is challenged and decides to fight for her marriage and her family. With some unexpected twists and turns along the way and especially with Tony, this film is a roller coaster of emotions, with seriousness, sadness and humour, strong acting and a strong storyline, this film will have you compelled and on the edge of your seat till the end.
War Room feels more mature than the Kendrick’s previous films in terms of story and also production. The Kendrick’s have really come a long way since their first film, and here you can see that over the years they have honed their craft and skills in storytelling and creativity, resulting in a compelling story line, strong believable characters and a film that has fantastic production values, with outstanding production quality.
War Room is the Kendrick Brothers’ boldest, most spiritual and most evangelistic film, it will inspire you, challenge you and change you and your prayer life. It shows us and reminds us that prayer is a powerful weapon.
War Room is one of the most powerful films, one of the best films and is a definite must see.