First Sunday

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Overview

Gospel-minded playwright David E. Talbert produces, writes, and directs this urban crime comedy concerning a pair of criminals who take a group of church parishioners hostage while attempting to rob the holy house, only to find their captives slowly convincing them to repent and give up their lawless lifestyles. Durell Ice Cube and LeeJohn Tracy Morgan are two best friends with a special knack for petty crime. Upset at discovering that his ex-girlfriend is planning to move out of state with the couple's young ...
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Overview

Gospel-minded playwright David E. Talbert produces, writes, and directs this urban crime comedy concerning a pair of criminals who take a group of church parishioners hostage while attempting to rob the holy house, only to find their captives slowly convincing them to repent and give up their lawless lifestyles. Durell Ice Cube and LeeJohn Tracy Morgan are two best friends with a special knack for petty crime. Upset at discovering that his ex-girlfriend is planning to move out of state with the couple's young son, Durell knows that the only way to keep his fractured family in close proximity to one another is to raise the 17,000 dollars needed to pay off her growing debt. In order to get the money before his ex decides to make the big move, the desperate Durell enlists the aid of his scheming best buddy to rob their neighborhood church. But someone has beaten Durell and LeeJohn to the punch, and if they ever hope to get their hands on that quick cash, this bumbling pair will first have to spend an entire night in the presence of not just the almighty lord, but some of his most fervent followers as well. Katt Williams, Keith David, Regina Hall, and Chi Mcbride co-star.
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Special Features

Commentary with writer/director David E. Talbert; Deleted scenes with optional commentary; Gag reel; Outtake reels; David E' Talbert's camera wrap speech; "Hood Robbin' With the First Sunday Cast and Crew" featurette; Enhanced for blu-ray "The Almighty Version" fact track: with pop-up trivia facts about the cast and film
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 5/6/2008
  • UPC: 043396255548
  • Original Release: 2008
  • Rating:

  • Source: Sony Pictures
  • Region Code: A
  • Presentation: Wide Screen / Subtitled / Dubbed
  • Sound: Dolby AC-3 Surround Sound
  • Time: 1:38:00
  • Format: Blu-ray
  • Sales rank: 57,762

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Ice Cube Durell Washington
Katt Williams Rickey
Tracy Morgan LeeJohn Jackson
Loretta Devine Sister Doris
Michael Beach Deacon Randy
Keith David Judge B. Bennet Galloway
Regina Hall Omunique
Malinda Williams Tianna Mitchell
Chi McBride Pastor Arthur Mitchell
Olivia Cole
Clifton Powell Officer Eddie King
Nicholas Turturro Office D'Agostino
Red Grant Harold
C.J. Sanders Durell Jr.
Arjay Smith Preston
Kim Staunton Public Defender
Sterling D. Ardrey Timmy
Gerry Black Mr. Wally
Joy Brunson Choir Member 2
P.J. Byrne Assistant D.A.
Paul Campbell Blahka
Melanie Comarcho Waitress
Bashirrah Creswell Choir Member 3
Antwone Dickey Pirate
Starletta DuPois Grandmother
Roy Jackson Jr. Boyfriend
Patricia Mikel Sister Baker
Byron Blu Mitchell Choir Member 1
Aya Nagasaki Massage Attendant
Reynaldo Rey Soul Joe
Martell Robinson Moredecai
Marietta Sirleaf Roberta
Kurt Carr Choir Band
Nathaniel Kearney Jr. Choir Band
Timothy P. Mason Choir Band
Sheryl Harper Choir Band
Vernon Keith Allen Choir
Jackie Brown Choir
Troy Clark Choir
David Daughty Choir
Kesha Ealy Choir
Janet Fuller Choir
Chara Hammonds Choir
Melody Hess Choir
Frank Ingram Choir
Patricia Johnson Choir
Carolyn Johnson-White Choir
Helen Jones Choir
Shanika Leeks Choir
Rodney Matthews Choir
Mark Jeffrey Miller Choir
James Neuble Choir
Aseneth Parker Choir
Nicole Potts Choir
Kecia Sanders Choir
Koda Turner Choir
Andre Washington Choir
Rodney Washington Choir
Otha White Choir
Rachel Whitlow Choir
Linda Willis Choir
Brandon Winbush Choir
Tiffany Pollard
Rickey Smiley
Technical Credits
David E. Talbert Director, Producer, Screenwriter
Matt Alvarez Producer
Walter Anderson Sound/Sound Designer
Spring Aspers Musical Direction/Supervision
Alan Caso Cinematographer
Stanley Clarke Score Composer
Kim Taylor Coleman Casting
Stacy Kolker Cramer Executive Producer
Ice Cube Producer
Alan B. Curtiss Asst. Director
Trae Ireland Associate Producer
Bo Johnson Set Decoration/Design
Dina Lipton Production Designer
Neil Machlis Executive Producer
Jessica McCullagh Associate Producer
David McIlvain Producer
Ronald G. Muhammad Executive Producer
Gersha Phillips Costumes/Costume Designer
Tim Story Producer
Robert Strohmaier Art Director
Viva Wang Set Decoration/Design
Jeffery Wolf Editor
Julie Yorn Executive Producer, Producer
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  • Posted October 1, 2010

    A Robbing Affair

    This is a different film than ICE CUBE usually does. He was on a much higher par than he shows in his usual comedies of the ghetto. It was interesting that the humor usually centered on the influential black church, which is very diverse and flamboyant in its context. It helped to stall any stereotypical humor.

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