Andy Miller has asked a large number of women he didn't know to marry him. They said no. But Emma, a beautiful veterinary student agrees to go on some dates to see if they'll fall in love. ... See full summary »
Josh's girlfriend wants to get married. Molly's boyfriend is married. Josh and Molly fly together to the wedding in Chicago, pretending to be engaged to make their parents happy. Comedy follows. Romance?
Daniel J. Travanti
Kennedy Blaine, a Californian girl, inherits a ranch in the small town of Valentine in Nebraska. Before she sells the property, she decides to spend the summer in her house and learn more about her family.
29 year-old Barnaby is jobless, broke, his girlfriend left him and he's living out of his car. Luckily for him, fate intervenes and he is reacquainted with Madison, an old friend. As she helps him turn his life around, romance brews.
Murphy Patrick Martin,
Diana Cristina Solis,
A down-and-out law student sues Satan for $8 trillion dollars. Satan appears to defend himself and the trial of the century and pleads the fifth. He readily admits that he cannot take on the flesh. Genesis 3:14 confirms this as he is only allowed to eat dust!
The first evening at Ponderings, Joyce is wearing earrings when she introduces William. She walks out of the room and has no earrings in the next scene. When we see her again, the earrings are back on. See more »
Life, Love and Pain
Written by 'Kyle James Hauser'
Performed by 'Kyle James Hauser'
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Quirky, offbeat with an interesting take on God/faith
It's interesting that the people who wrote the preview description of this movie on Netflx chose to leave the spiritual subtext of it out of their copy. In fact, had I known about the subtext going in, I may have clicked past it. But I enjoyed this film and it definitely doesn't hit you over the head with a faith message. The characters and acting are engaging, though not amazing. I agree with another review that the Joyce character/actor is a bit wooden and removed to really make me want to care about her. But the two male lead characters are well played and there is an interesting group of elderly sub-players including a great performance by Shirley Jones aka Mom Partridge. Part rom-com, part quirky, offbeat indy film, and part "hmm" thought provoker on faith and spirituality, this is a more than worthy way to spend an hour and forty minutes.
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