Kingdom Come  

They're not perfect, but they are family.

Kingdom Come (2001)

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When her husband keels over from a stroke, Raynelle Slocumb calls the entire clan together to remember their dearly departed. Family tensions reach a comedic boil as the wildly dysfunctional Slocumbs squabble and fight their way to the funeral.

Director: Doug McHenry
Writers: David Dean Bottrell, Jessie Jones.

Release Date: 2001-04-11
Status: Released
Run time: 94 min / 1:34
Production Country: United States of America
Release Date: 2001-04-11
Status: Released
Run time: 94 min / 1:34

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LL Cool J
as Ray Bud Slocumb
Jada Pinkett Smith
as Charisse Slocumb
Vivica A. Fox
as Lucille Slocumb
Loretta Devine
as Marguerite Slocumb
Anthony Anderson
as Junior Slocumb
Cedric the Entertainer
as Rev. Hooker
Toni Braxton
as Juanita Slocumb
Darius McCrary
as Royce Slocumb
Whoopi Goldberg
as Raynelle Slocumb
Richard Gant
as Clyde Kincade
Masasa Moyo
as Delightful Slocumb (as Masasa)
Dominic Hoffman
as Antoine Depew


Directing Doug McHenry Director
Writing David Dean Bottrell Screenplay
Writing David Dean Bottrell Theatre Play
Writing Jessie Jones Screenplay
Writing Jessie Jones Theatre Play
Camera Francis Kenny Director of Photography
Editing Richard Halsey Editor
Costume & Make-Up Francine Jamison-Tanchuck Costume Design
Art Simon Dobbin Production Design
Art Karen Agresti Set Decoration
Production Robi Reed Casting
Art Bruton Jones Art Direction
Sound John E. Rhone Original Music Composer
Sound Tyler Bates Original Music Composer
Directing Benita Brazier Script Supervisor
Camera D. Stevens Still Photographer

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