Pray 2.5 offers fans a thrilling, fresh look at the Pray Franchise! For the first time ever, see the Original “Pray” and “Pray 2: The Woods” combined and re-edited into a single, seamless feature with all new Twists & Turns! Plus get an exclusive Sneak Peek of the first minutes of Pray 3! This deluxe edition is packed with all new Bonus Features and Surprises including an all-new Alternate Ending to the original Pray movie, new scenes, new music, and hilarious new Outtakes & Bloopers! And, for the very first time, hear the original Campfire story that started it all as told by the Director himself!
Pray 2.5 (Directors Cut)
Dove "Family-Approved" - Recommended for ages 12 and over.
This DVD works well with the stories of the "Pray" movie and "Pray 2: The Woods" combined and re-edited into a single DVD movie experience, which even includes the beginning minutes of "Pray 3" at the conclusion! It is a seamless experience. The film will have you on the edge of your seat as you wait to see what happens to an abducted woman, and if her captor will be captured. There are scenes of desperate prayer and a few miracles take place in the process, including one involving a young woman fleeing in her car from a would-be abductor. Due to the mature theme of kidnapping, this film is recommended for ages twelve plus, and it is a suspenseful and action-packed experience which will have the viewer waiting with bated breath for what happens next. We are pleased to award our Dove "Family-Approved" Seal to "Pray 2.5".
Violence: A girl strikes a young man who comes up suddenly behind her, which turns out to be a friend of hers; a man with a mask abducts a woman; a man pursues a girl at the mall; man grabs fleeing woman's feet; it is stated a dog is sick and taken to vet because there are two adult fingers inside him as he attacked an intruder; blood is seen on door.
Nudity: Mild cleavage.
Other: The theme of abduction and the fear some characters experience; girls talk about the difficulty of losing weight; sermon on TV; a man abducts a girl he knows at a campy as a joke.
- Reviewer: Edwin L. Carpenter
- Source: Video
- Writer: Matt and Amy Mitchell, Tiaan and April Kruger
- Director: Matt Mitchell
- Producer: Tiaan Kruger
- Review provided courtesy of The Dove Foundation.