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  • klmreview6 November 2020
    Excellent acting!! Great plot!! Checked all the boxes..happy, sad and funny!! A movie I would watch again!! Makes you think heavy about forgiveness that is sometimes SO hard!! An excellent love story!! Good to see Shelley Long in another great movie!!
  • I would rather watch this movie and be left with a full heart, then a mainstream movie that fills my mind with smut and violence. This movie does not disappoint. Thank you
  • mkone7 October 2020
    Kevin Sorbo can't act. Stay away from this movie. -1/10
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    This movie made me feel things. It made me laugh, cry, swoon, and cheer. I started off rooting against the best friend but I ended the movie rooting for the best friend. He didn't deserve the 7 year silent treatment that was given to him, maybe a year of silent treatment. What a horrible burden to carry for the lead character to carry!!!! All of that bitterness ate him up inside. I loved Nona. Her relationship with that cab driver was hysterical. They were like 2 teenagers. I am glad that the coach didn't end up with her ex-fiancee. He was terrible for her. Great acting, a great plot, and it made me think twice about staying angry with people.
  • I am a true fan of romantic movies cheesy ones at that lol. This one is no different. One thing that I would complain about is the horrible music.. I think that the music could have been a bit better to fit the scene which is my biggest complaint. I also thought some of the actors were a bit mediocre as far as making certain scenes believable. Besides that, I really enjoyed the movie and would I watch it again? Most likely because I did enjoy most of the movie. The movie was also very relatable in a lot of ways in relationships, I love how the angle is from a faith point of view and also in forgiveness.
  • This movie strikes at the heart of life's truths. It serves as a timely reminder that we don't have control over outcomes in our lives. So often we find our happiness in the shadows of what shines the brightest for us, not the shiny things. It also reminds us that it is the people we love the most who have the capacity to hurt us the most. Blake speaks to this conundrum precisely with "It is easier to forgive an enemy than to forgive a friend"; how tender those emotions are with the ones we love the most. It's quite an insightful movie for those open to the morals of the story.

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