The Train


The Train


The movie which details the true-life story of popular Gospel Drama Evangelist Mike Bamiloye reveals the passion the younger Mike had for God hence taking a step of faith that changed his life forever.

Production: The Mount Zion Film Productions

Direction: Yemi Adepoju and Isaac Femi-Akintunde

Starring: Seun Adejumobi, Omolara Ayoola, Tolulope Mike-Bamiloye

Release Date: May 3, 2020

Genre: Biography

Run time: 2hrs

Rating: 3/5


Mike Bamiloye whose other name was revealed in the movie as “Abayomi”, started his life just like any other person would in Nigeria in the 1960s. The movie began on a rather solemn note showing how his mother passed away and the amount of pressure and grief it brought on the young “Abayomi” (Mike Bamiloye).

His childhood lifestyle portrayed in the movie, showed him gathering young children of his age, in a bid to make them act a short biblical movie “David and Goliath” He demonstrated his directing prowess by trying to direct the movie, but his effort failed miserably as no one wanted to act as Goliath! Lol

The movie continued as it showed Mike Bamiloye transform from a troublesome child to a well reserved and respected “bro” who took God and the work of God seriously.

The movies’ setting, casting and general character is highly impressive and generally good, too standard for a normal, everyday gospel movie. The movie started with a 1960s setting and environment which was hugely successful due to the blend of 1960s architecture, furniture arrangement, clothing and language.

Indeed, the movie is a classic for Christians who cherish Christian movies; even beyond the fact that the movie fared well, its godly essence and relevance will last for a long time in the Christian world which is in dire need of godliness and its propagation via movies.

The movie encourages total faith in God amidst the raging storms that might try to weaken or make one compromise.


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