Your Love Never Fails
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Your Love Never Fails is the story of Laura (Elisa Donovan), a working mother who just wants to spend more time with her daughter Kelsey, 9. Unfortunately, her demanding boss Paul (Fred Willard) has other ideas. When Kelsey's father, Dylan (Brad Rowe) files for joint custody, Laura is forced to take Kelsey to Texas, where she confronts the lifestyle, church and father (Tom Skerritt) that she left behind. With the help of the local church Pastor, Frank (John Schneider), Laura and Dylan will find their way back to the commitment they made to each other and to Kelsey.
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This was a lovely, clean movie with a lot of heart and funny moments. I'm so glad I'm able to add this to my collection of movies :-)
I enjoyed the movie and will watch it again. I originally saw this movie on Hallmark Channel and then bought the DVD. Most people would skip it because they think it is too predictable or "lame", but I like movies like that because I know I will be watching something that won't make me feel like I have just been "slimed". I wouldn't say it is my favorite, mostly because of the wife. She is kind of selfish. She first left her husband and father in Texas and moved to New York with her daughter, because she wanted a better life/job and he wouldn't go with them because he wanted to stay on his family's ranch. (You would think that she wouldn't have married him if she didn't want to run the ranch/stables with him). She is then angry that after many years he files for joint custody of their daughter. (Even though it was her that just "never got around" to getting the divorce). She then still upset with her husband throughout almost the entire show that he just can't see that he should completely relinquish custody. (Even though she is finding that she still loves him).
in spite of all of this, you do get past it (and so does she) and when she finds that he is about to lose everything, she realizes that he needs his daughter as much as she and his daughter need him. The final odd thing was that she didn't end up staying in Texas even though she found that she was enjoying the simple life she left, but rather he moved to New York with her. Oh well...as I said I am grateful for when I can find a clean movie and the story and characters were enjoyable. It deals with family values, making difficult decisions, forgiveness, and includes a fine though brief sermon from the local pastor, Pastor Frank, played nicely by John Schneider. The pastor makes a nice comment which is, "The goal of God's command is love."
Overall, I enjoyed this movie and will watch it again.