The eyes of a demented arsonist have focused in on the small town of Farmington, Connecticut. Brock Pearson, the new director of Laborers for God, has more on his plate than he can chew as private homes and businesses are becoming engulfed faster than his ministry can possibly rebuild.
Blazing properties form only a small part of the equation in this intriguing, clean mystery. The Pearson household has recently added a new member to their ranks - a runaway named Titus who brings a wealth of surprises to the table, including a quickly developing crush on their pastor’s granddaughter, Ericka. He’s going to have a difficult time winning her heart because she’s an extremely Godly young lady and Titus . . . well, let’s just say he hasn’t hit his spiritual growth spurt yet.
Farmington is in desperate need of a superhero coming in and tackling the villain bent on destroying their town. Something has to give.
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No; the narrator is horrible. Any character dialog sounds like it comes through a broken reverb unit.
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Another type performance. The narrator's voice was fine; but any time the characters spoke it was terrible due to the sound effects.
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What probably would have been a decent story was ruined by the attempt at special effects any time a character spoke.