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Priceless

Priceless

She's Worth Fighting ForOct. 14, 2016 USA97 Min.PG-13
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Synopsis

James, down on his luck and desperate for some quick cash, agrees to drive a small truck across country. He soon realizes that he’s made a huge mistake and has inadvertently become involved in a dangerous human trafficking ring. The unlikely hero risks it all to shut down the trafficking ring and save the woman he is falling in love with.

Priceless
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Original titlePriceless
IMDb Rating5.9 1,580 votes
TMDb Rating6 23 votes

(33) comments

  • lesliecorinne1980October 14, 2016Reply

    Amazing Movie! MUST-see

    I can say, without a doubt, that this is one of the best and most
    thought-provoking movies I’ve seen in years. It is romantic,
    action-packed, gut-wrenching and Joel Smallbone delivers an amazing
    performance. Every time I hear the song Priceless, I might as well grab
    a Kleenex, because it has become my new ”Christmas Shoes” (will make me
    blubber). You will feel a call-to-action at the end and I pray that
    many act on it and become involved in Priceless the Movement. Actors’
    performances are solid. The filmography is engaging.The story is
    gripping and suspenseful. And the audience is blessed. I hope more see
    the movie in theaters and show the entertainment industry what kind of
    content we are looking for in the movies we pay to go see.

  • debmusicianwriterOctober 15, 2016Reply

    An EXCELLENT movie. Well done. Very well done.

    I was hoping not to be disappointed, and I wasn’t. The story-line (the
    rescue of those in bondage, specifically here sex-trafficking) is
    highly engaging, the video-quality is fantastic, the music is good, and
    the acting excellent. The subject is difficult and very sobering; it
    takes the gloves off pure evil, contrasting it with pure love. It
    definitely awakened me and all my girl friends (who went to see it) to
    the reality of just how well off we all are compared to so many others.
    I almost made it through the movie with dry eyes, but didn’t quite. The
    message of the movie is clearly presented from beginning to end. Also,
    no cuss words. (That’s always a plus.) The main actors’s words hint
    strongly at the love of Jesus Christ…the only thing that could have
    made it better would be a clearer gospel presentation. But the movie
    will make you want to change the world!

  • angelajanOctober 16, 2016Reply

    Engaging story! Been thinking about this movie all week!

    I was kind of nervous about watching Priceless, but it was a really
    good experience for me. I was glad to see that the female lead was
    brave and strong, much more than just a victim in need of rescue, and I
    got so into the story that I was able to forget that I know the lead
    male actors from other work. All the actors do a great job of making
    the characters seem real, even if they were written as a bit too good
    (or bad) to be true. Honestly, some of the dialogue, especially the
    opening voice over, got pretty cheesy when it drifted into moral
    territory, but I wouldn’t say this is a film just for religious people.
    The characters talk about God in terms of ”not being alone” or ”that
    little voice” – pretty generic terms that probably fit most people’s
    beliefs.

    I had never even considered going to see a ”Christian” film in theaters
    before, but I am SO glad I did! I’ve been thinking about this movie for
    over a week now because some scenes just stick with you! In Priceless,
    camera work is careful not to show too much but still make the
    situations look dangerous and adequately sleazy, and since it wasn’t
    until the next day that I realized the language was super clean, that
    must not have affected the authenticity of the bad guys for me.

  • Erin McLaughlinOctober 17, 2016Reply

    A Wonderful Film… with a few hiccups

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  • John William MullenOctober 17, 2016Reply

    Not a great movie…

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  • SeverusSnape38October 17, 2016Reply

    Awesome

    It’s seems wrong to call a movie that deals about human trafficking
    awesome but it was. The story was good (I like how it shows that human
    trafficking is happening not just in other countries and not just to
    Mexicans but to Americans as well) and it had some humor in it too (you
    have to have some otherwise your body wouldn’t be able to handle the
    suspense). Joel Smallbone was excellent and I didn’t hear any breaks
    (where the person’s accent breaks through the accent they’re doing) in
    his American accent, Bianca A. Santos was excellent as Antonia, Amber
    Midthunder was so cute as Maria and Sierra Rose Smith was adorable as
    Emmy Stevens. I can’t of any time in the movie where there was bad
    acting.

  • blueyes-99647October 19, 2016Reply

    Great Film with Great Acting and Great Message

    One of the best movies I’ve ever seen. EVERYONE should see this movie.
    Loved the message. The film was very high quality and the acting was
    very good. Joel Smallbone should win an Oscar for his performance. I
    laughed, cried, and felt about every emotion watching this film.The
    storyline was very timely addressing the issue of human trafficking, a
    growing problem in America along with a love story. I was on the edge
    of my seat wondering what was going to happen next. And the message..of
    a woman’s worth not being wrapped up in a size or look, but in being
    who God created her to be, is so great. At the end of the film there is
    a website address, if you go on it, it lists ways that you can help end
    this growing problem. For an indie film that didn’t have the budget
    that normal blockbusters have, it sets the standards for film. Not just
    giving you a story but issuing a call to action. So powerful and life-
    changing! It will touch your heart!

  • farmerswife-12498October 19, 2016Reply

    Powerful!

    I was so impressed with this movie and it’s powerful message. It will
    open people’s eyes to the human trafficking trade. The plot really
    presents what a realistic situation the characters are in. I loved the
    cinematography and the actors were awesome. I don’t know if all the
    actors have been classically trained in drama, but they were very
    realistic. I haven’t been affected by a movie like this since The
    Passion of the Christ. Joel Smallbone did such a great job portraying a
    father who has no hope and the actress who plays Antonia was so
    believable, too. Thanks for producing this movie! It is definitely
    worth your time to go see this. You won’t be disappointed in it!

  • tenfivefilmsOctober 19, 2016Reply

    A Bold Attempt at a Covering A Touchy Subject

    First off, good movie! I was engaged, as well as impressed. I had
    pretty low expectations honestly, and it surpassed those.

    This movie is, in my opinion, a first for Christian movies. It seeks to
    cover a subject that’s actually important in our non-Christian world
    today, and does a quite commendable job at doing so.

    It had its issues story-wise, but I can’t complain. The acting was
    decent, the actual subject matter was well covered (I mean, come
    on—it’s a family-oriented-ish Christian movie! Didn’t expect them to
    go that deep!), and it wasn’t boring. Props to the Smallbone Brothers
    for going where no Christian filmmaker dare go…until now.

  • l_cjamesOctober 19, 2016Reply

    Must see film!

    This film is a powerful message that raises awareness about human
    trafficking, which affects people from all over the world. The band,
    For King and Country, have long been speaking of the value of women and
    the importance of keeping chivalry alive. This movie is a true
    expression of their heart of respect, love, and hope in a fallen world.
    Joel Smallbone and David Koechner do an extraordinary job in their
    roles as James and Dale. I wouldn’t recommend for kids under 13, based
    on the subject matter, hence the PG-13 rating. I read the book,
    Priceless, before seeing the movie as well. I would highly recommend it
    also, as it expands on the story line even further. Please go see it
    and invite as many people as possible to do the same! You won’t be
    disappointed.

  • Sheri HoffarthOctober 19, 2016Reply

    Moving, powerful, thought-provoking, and authentic to the very end!

    This movie was moving, powerful, thought-provoking, and honest and it
    didn’t sugarcoat anything. Amazing performances by everyone Joel
    Smallbone’s performance was captivating and so authentic as were the
    performances of Bianca Santos and the others in the cast. The music was
    amazing, and I felt such a large range of emotions in this movie from
    heartbreak to confusion, anger, and finally to relief and joy. This
    movie will have you standing on your feet and cheering by the end. This
    movie delivers such an important message that both men and women, young
    and old need to hear. I think it was delivered beautifully, and the way
    they captured the issue of human and sex trafficking was done very
    well. I believe that this is a movie that everyone needs to see because
    everyone deserves to know that they are PRICELESS!

  • rejessenOctober 19, 2016Reply

    Great Movie!!!

    A heart wrenching story based on real life events and real life issues.
    Alternative or faith- based movies can be well done but typically still
    have many ”cheesy” moments. I am happy to say this is a cheese-free
    movie!! Everyone is reminded of the priceless value of humanity – all
    shapes, sizes, and colors. This movie will change your view on
    life…and your view on the power of redemption. The scenery is
    beautiful, the characters are real, and the music is awesome!! For
    parents who are wondering: I don’t remember any foul language. There’s
    obviously suspense and difficult grown up moments because of the topic
    (human/sex trafficking) but nothing is blatantly shown – a very clean
    movie that way. The writers, directors, and actors did an amazing job
    of portraying the story and struggles.

  • Judy RobertsonOctober 20, 2016Reply

    Very well done!

    This movie was very well done. Great acting, interesting story line,
    good music. The producers took real stories about an important topic
    and turned it into an exciting & meaningful drama. Fast-paced but easy
    to follow. Appeals to audiences teen and up, male or female. Great lead
    actor performances for Joel Smallbone and Bianca Santos and good
    supporting actors as well. We saw the movie on premier night, and my
    husband, teenage son, and I all LOVED it! It was even better than we
    expected. Truly a life-changing story. I am now reading Joel’s book
    PRICELESS! For King & Country are very talented. To see a small
    representation of their talent, watch their music video for their song,
    Shoulders. Looking forward to more from them on the big screen!! You
    will not regret seeing this movie. Highly recommended!!!

  • auntynae_naeOctober 20, 2016Reply

    Spot on – a must see movie

    PRICELESS – the movie is SPOT ON! A MUST SEE!! I read the book first
    waiting for the movie release & the adaptation from book to movie
    screen was well executed. All of the actors did a phenomenal job. Joel
    Smallbone made the character of ”James” come to life! There was
    laughter & tears at different parts of the movie. Seeing & hearing the
    slowed down version of the song ”Priceless” (for King & Country) in the
    movie on the BIG SCREEN was so moving & I had already seen that part
    online. But WOW! I am so impressed with the movie & the message they
    portray – it needs to be spread – http://www.priceless movement.com – woman
    need to know their worth & men need to step up (chivalry & respect).
    Lastly the horrific nightmare that is human trafficking MUST continue
    to have a spot light shown BRIGHT on it & people need to realize it is
    a world-wide nightmare, even in the USA. It must be stopped at all
    costs!

  • celineboundsOctober 21, 2016Reply

    Hands Down a Must See!!!!

    This movie is absolutely amazing! I have already went to see it twice
    in theaters. Priceless discusses the issues of modern day slavery as
    well as the worth of a human life. This movie had intense senses that
    were done very tastefully. You get the seriousness of what has happened
    without having to be exposed to seeing it play out. There is no cursing
    and the movie does NOT lack emphases on emotions as a result. I would
    recommend this movie to anyone and everyone! If you know anything about
    the band that produced the movie, For King and Country, you know that
    this is a passion project for them. This low budget film contains more
    substance that most Hollywood productions. This movie provokes thought
    and remains you that it is never to late to start over. For King and
    Country has made it there goal to reach as many people as possible and
    remind them of their self worth.

  • masonangela-98810October 21, 2016Reply

    Beautiful and gripping! An excellent film

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  • buffalobrowneyesOctober 22, 2016Reply

    Thought Provoking & Engaging

    Priceless is an excellent film by Director Ben Smallbone. Everything
    about this movie captures the viewers’ attention and heart. The story
    line is captivating, albeit heartbreaking. It’s hard to fathom the fact
    that it is based on true stories, but good to see that someone is
    willing to tell the story. It opens our eyes to the world of human
    trafficking and will make more people aware of, not only it’s
    existence, but also how to fight against it. It’s done tastefully
    without shying away from the issues.The acting is top notch, the
    cinematography is breathtaking, and the story line is unforgettable. It
    is by far one of the best films I’ve seen in years!

  • samcanplaymusicOctober 23, 2016Reply

    Great

    Man, this movie was really well-done. I was really impressed. I went to
    see it with my wife mostly because she wanted to, but they did a really
    good job on this movie and I enjoyed it a lot. It was very moving. I
    have to be honest that I was expecting maybe it would seem a little
    amateur, but this movie was VERY well-done. I was totally caught off
    guard. If these guys put out another movie, I will definitely be in the
    audience.

    Also, my wife told me after the movie was done that the actor who
    portrayed the main character had an Australian accent in real life, I
    had no idea. I usually pick up accents, so I couldn’t believe they
    slipped one past me on that one 😉

    Anyways, go see this movie. You won’t regret it!

    I’ll definitely be buying it when it comes out on video.

  • (brentonshows)October 23, 2016Reply

    Founder of Christian Worship Channel (Brenton Shows)

    Priceless the movie covered an extremely powerful topic ‘that truly
    isn’t discussed much’ in a beautiful, poetical, and gritty angle.

    I haven’t experienced a movie with such power in it. I myself am a
    desired filmmaker. I view myself has someone who wants to learn more
    about film. I want to place a film in theaters.

    Joel Smallbone, Luke Smallbone, and Ben Smallbone have truly inspired
    me through this film. Inspired is not the correct word. Changed.
    Impacted. and have Transformed the way I think because of this film.

    It is shot beautifully. Edited seamlessly. and Directed and produced
    with this gritty style to it. I myself am so encouraged and cannot wait
    to see what is next.

    I truly will follow after their mark they have left behind for me.

    I hope one day, one of them would reach out and mentor me.

    I don’t just want to learn the film process, I want to experience it
    from the ones who have done it themselves. I want to collaborate. Grow.
    Create. Make stuff happen.

    All for the Glory of Jesus Christ God Almighty.

  • mywildimaginationJanuary 31, 2017Reply

    The other reviewers must have seen a different film

    From many of the other reviews I was really expecting something
    special, I have just seen Lion and so my expectations might be a little
    high as that is a great film.

    What can I say? Not sure why the high scores from so many reviewers but
    I can only suspect they were simply adding their ”SHILLings” to the mix
    and have no idea what they are talking about.

    Bad ”made for TV” movie comes to mind, sub-par acting. No real depth to
    the characters, forgettable in every way with cliché after cliché. Bad
    Music, bad set pieces, lazy script.

    Hour and a half of my life i’ll never get back. C’est la vie

  • mikebellamykFebruary 2, 2017Reply

    Awful and shouldn’t have wasted my time watching.

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  • greyphoenix-07733February 2, 2017Reply

    Beautiful but spoiled

    Beautiful movie, powerful and touching. Very emotive acting, and good
    story. Well written. One thing that irked me was the background music;
    I have hyperacusis and the background sounds/music was loud where the
    speech was very low which meant pain when trying to struggle to hear
    them talk. However it was far more enjoying because they kept
    mentioning god. I had no idea it is a ‘faith based’ movie. Very very
    annoying! What a monumental shame. Why did they have to ruin a film
    that could have been such a real winner? As an atheist I was angry at
    having this thrust upon me. I was abused by the church and frankly this
    sort of thing offends me. They should leave ‘god’ out of movies, or at
    least warn us so we can avoid watching them. Yes issue a ‘faith based
    movie’ warning.. please!

  • DonaldFebruary 2, 2017Reply

    A movie that deals with an important subject, but poorly done

    After reading so many positive reviews, many a bit too over the top to
    be honest, however I thought it was worth a shot, no it wasn’t. One
    reviewer called it ”amazing”. Amazing? Really? No, what it was was
    slow, and ponderous and B O R I N G. The movie deals with an important
    subject to be sure, that of sex trafficking, and with a bit of
    imagination (including a better script and acting), even on a small
    budget you could do this important subject justice, but not in this
    case. You never get the feeling of tension, of adrenaline rushing heart
    pounding fear that our protagonist would expect to feel if he really
    was put in the situation you see in this movie. I found myself having
    to force myself to sit through this movie and I don’t say that about a
    lot of movies. If you want to see a REAL heart wrenching movie on this
    difficult subject, watch Lilya 4-ever. That movie deserves it’s high
    rating, not so Priceless, it should be rated much lower in my opinion.

  • bolyamiFebruary 3, 2017Reply

    Powerful Story and a must see to those not afraid of reality

    This movie is a gripping, moving, and powerful revelation into the dark
    world of human trafficking. Many negative reviews were watching this
    for entertainment but this movie was filmed as almost a story telling
    documentary. Too many people live in a fantasy world and don’t want to
    face the harsh reality that lay just beneath our everyday life. This
    story is a wake-up call and should be absorbed as such.

    Joel portrays James, a man at the end of his rope who finds purpose in
    helping those trapped in this terrible world. His evolution and triumph
    in the face of adversity should be a lesson to all. Thank you Small
    bone family for such an amazing film. God Bless

  • joannaFebruary 9, 2017Reply

    Good idea gone very bad – Boiling with rage!

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  • XlyfindelFebruary 9, 2017Reply

    Honest to Good Goodness

    I had no idea what I was getting into with this movie. Throughout the
    whole film I kept getting the feeling that it was really trying hard to
    make the good guy look cool. To make doing the right thing seem like
    the right thing to do. I really like that. The bad guys weren’t overly
    glorified or vilified either. I don’t think they went too far, and it
    doesn’t smack of the in your face over the top cheese-fest that other
    movies dealing with the subject usually have. I know the story well
    from made-for-TV movies though never was it so professionally shot or
    well acted.

    There are only a few gripes i have about the movie, and they are
    personal irks that I can understand probably were taken into
    consideration and decided against by the creators.

    1,) I really wish they had used the word RAPE at any point in the film.
    Everything else was so honest and boldfaced that it seems a shame to
    try and sugar coat it with euphemisms and allusions. 2,) The end seems
    really rushed and cut short. There are a lot of questions left
    unanswered, but I believe it is because they needed to get their
    message out after the climax instead of a concise denouement. 3,) They
    could have done a better job with working in the daughter and her
    relationship and importance to James. As it is it seems a bit contrived
    and little fake.

    None of those are great detriments, and the message is important too.
    The movie was legitimately entertaining and kept my attention from very
    early on. I’m planning on watching it again with certain friends and
    recommending it as well. I’m glad I saw it.

  • iwallmowFebruary 19, 2017Reply

    Inspiring, Moving, and Powerful!

    Priceless captures a sad & dark reality of our world in such an
    inspiring and moving way! This movie allows viewers to recognize the
    heartbeat of Jesus through the lens of a father with a passionate love
    for his daughter. I would highly recommend this movie to anyone who
    desires to see beyond themselves to the desperate needs of the world.

  • allabouthumanvideoFebruary 23, 2017Reply

    This is more like a social commercial than a movie

    The only one good thing about this movie is the idea, but it completely
    dissolve in poor and amateur realization. Actors miscast, too much
    music and all over inappropriate palaces, artificial dialogues, rough
    editing, absolutely no rhythm. It seemed that the author copied too
    much from the real event and didn’t bother to add some dramatic twist
    to make it more like a movie.

  • tixgrrFebruary 25, 2017Reply

    Priceless the movie

    I just watched Priceless the movie, what an awesome movie. The acting
    was great and Joel did an awesome job in his role. Thank you for
    bringing human trafficking to the forefront. I knew it was bad but this
    opened my eyes even more. Definitely will be continuing to pray for
    this and other horrible evil acts brought against people. Thank you so
    much for doing this and I have already posted a review on Facebook too.

  • lavatchMarch 16, 2017Reply

    Sincere Film is Moving, But Uneven

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  • jacobs-greenwoodMarch 17, 2017Reply

    A story about redemption amidst the devaluing backdrop of human trafficking

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  • ianamerMarch 21, 2017Reply

    boring

    when a whole movie is predictable after 5 minutes, plot, contents and
    acting gets pretty boring…when a whole movie is predictable after 5
    minutes, plot, contents and acting gets pretty boring…when a whole
    movie is predictable after 5 minutes, plot, contents and acting gets
    pretty boring…when a whole movie is predictable after 5 minutes,
    plot, contents and acting gets pretty boring…when a whole movie is
    predictable after 5 minutes, plot, contents and acting gets pretty
    boring…when a whole movie is predictable after 5 minutes, plot,
    contents and acting gets pretty boring…

  • Khara Tina HamiltonMay 30, 2017Reply

    Writers of this movie seem to have more interest in getting their God message out rather than attention the serious issue they’re supposedly bringing light to.

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