When I was given this movie to review, I honestly didn’t expect to like it. I figured it was going to be another long drawn out movie. This is a movie that covers many issues in our society.
Simone Burner (Brandy Allison) had a man attempt to rape her she defends herself and kills him. Ironically the guy who tried to rape her was the son of a very rich man in the town. As a result, she was charged with murdering him. She reached out to Jack Evans (Erik Estrada) to help her out.
[easyazon_link identifier=”B00U2ODLOQ” locale=”US” tag=”tidbitofexp-20″]Virtuous[/easyazon_link] is a movie that starts out VERY slow! However, every aspect of the movie that is really confusing to follow to start with really does come together in the end. I did spend most of the movie trying to figure out the puzzles pieces that kept popping up.
My Full Review
This movie became worth watching about ¾ of the way through it. That is when the court scenes started taking place. (If you know me at all, I’m a big fan of law shows and have actually taken a lot of law classes in high school and college.) This part of the movie intrigued me.
I love how [easyazon_link identifier=”B00U2ODLOQ” locale=”US” tag=”tidbitofexp-20″]Virtuous[/easyazon_link] showcased how God moved many people’s lives versus just Simone’s. It was an inspirational movie. I just feel it could have had a been a livelier movie.
It was a good movie. My favorite part of the whole movie though was the music. I would completely enjoy having the soundtrack to this movie. It was filled with great music.
Women, we are all the Daughters of the King. Don’t forget that.