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When Kelsey's father, Dylan, files for joint custody, single working mom Laura is forced to take her 9-year-old daughter to Texas, where she confronts the lifestyle, church, and father that she left behind. Will the local minister be able to help Laura and Dylan put aside their differences, even if just for Kelsey's sake? Dove approved. Rated G. Approx. 96 minutes. DVD Features:
"Your Love Never Fails" Music Video by Jesus Culture
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3 Stars Out Of 5
G-Rated Light Family Entertainment
February 10, 2018
Light and godly G-rated family entertainment, I'd like to have given this 4 stars instead of merely 3-star just "Okay." Oddly since it's usually the young actors who are the least believable, this often poorly written/acted contrast of city/country worlds is better played by the young girl you may have seen before, and by the ever-cooly laid-back lean & still ruggedly handsome at 74 mustachioed Tom Skerritt ("Gunsmoke," "Top Gun," "Picket Fences," "Tears of the Sun") as a Texas grandpa, than by the leads who are so attractive you may not mind watching them too in this industry-rare natural atmosphere of God & His instruction manual not artificially secularly segregated or excluded from life & what makes life meaningful.
The American southwest country ranch, music, and chivalry of behatted gentlemen made me nostalgic for Texas, and I appreciate the female lead giving her Christian man his due dignity. But Christian films need to improve storyline plausibility & continuity, writing, & acting spontaneity. I'd be happy if young people don't see the weaknesses and just enjoy this cute, sometimes humorous, loving, decent family film with animals, country/western music, and good messages :)
This is not my favorite movie but I enjoy it because of how the couple come back together in love that had not died. I think that if more people would seek the love that first brought them together it could cause less divorces.