After a fatal crime is committed upon his wife and daughter, tough undercover cop John Hebron (Cuba Gooding Jr.) struggles to forgive himself for being unable to save them. Plagued by the past, he turns to the counsel of Father Porter (Christian Slater) who has recently experienced his own problems when the church's holy Mary statue falls into the hands of hoodlum vandals. When on-the-run criminal Mike (Devon Bostick) tries to rehabilitate his life for the sake of his little sister, he entrusts each man with something that will change their lives forever.

EXCLUSIVE: Devon Bostick Talks ‘Sacrifice’

Though he has appeared in many films since making his screen debut in the 2004 cloning thriller Godsend, actor Devon Bostick only recently hit superstar status with his role as Rodrick Heffley in the two big screen adaptations of Jeff Kinney's popular book series Diary of a Wimpy Kid. With Diary of a Wimpy Kid 2: Rodrick Rules, the Canadian born actor became a full-blown teen heartthrob, and his presence in that film helped propel it to the number one position on the box office charts, even beating the highly anticipated Zack Snyder directed fantasy adventure Sucker Punch.

Tomorrow, Devon Bostick returns with the dramatic thriller Sacrifice, which is set to make its debut on Blu-ray and DVD. The actor stars as a drug dealer who must entrust his younger sister to a narcotics officer (Cuba Gooding Jr.) while trying to straighten out his criminal past. Christian Slater also stars in the movie as a priest who gets entangled in a drug run that finds heroine stashed inside a statue of the Virgin Mary.

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