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Your Love Never Fails 2011

G CC

A working mother (Elisa Donovan of Clueless) is forced to return to a life she left behind in Texas when her daughter's father (Brad Rowe of TV's General Hospital) files for joint custody.

Starring:
Elisa Donovan, Brad Rowe
Runtime:
1 hour, 35 minutes

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Product Details

Genres Romance, Comedy, Kids & Family
Director Michael Feifer
Starring Elisa Donovan, Brad Rowe
Supporting actors Tom Skerritt, Fred Willard, Catherine Hicks, John Schneider, Kirstin Dorn, Victoria Pratt, Tracey Gold, Caia Coley, Chonda Pierce, Robert Neary, Barry Barnholtz, Anna Barnholtz, Tori Stroop, Vail Bloom, Beth Shea, Susan K. Seal, Aidan Schenck, Ryan Schenck
Studio Anchor Bay
MPAA rating G (General Audience)
Captions and subtitles English Details
Purchase rights Stream instantly Details
Format Amazon Video (streaming online video)

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By mk VINE VOICE on April 15, 2011
Format: DVD
Family friendly, beautiful setting, with some Christian values on display, tried and true veteran support actors make for an overall good, clean show.

The story: long separated parents come together in Texas to fight for custody of daughter. Business driven Mom lives in the big city with daughter; Dad remained in the simpler, gorgeous, horse country of Texas. The judge(Catherine Hicks) wants them to all spend time together while awaiting the final determination. Mom and daughter stay at easy going, wise grandpa's (Tom Skerritt) place, visit with gentle, counselor/pastor(John Schneider), and interact with varying results with the dad(Brad Rowe) who still pines for his family.

There's mild and sometimes amusing tension between the parents and the dad's potential love interest. Most everyone wants them to get back together, but will the two blind, ex-lovebirds realize it for themselves?

When I first watched this film: the 2 fighting leads really annoyed me. I felt better about them, watching it again. The writing was a bit forced, and they came across selfish, petulant, overplayed or smarmy. I didn't find their interaction that humorous. Perhaps, it was meant to be that way, and then as they mature around each other and see the bigger picture, they become more likeable.

The tried and true veterans, who have important but much smaller roles, like, Fred Willard, as the mom's boss- who pretty much acts in the whole movie via the phone- along with Skerritt and Schneider are quite easy to watch. Their acting comes across so natural and real. I would say the same for the actor playing the daughter- who does a terrific job conveying all the emotions involved in a broken family.

Overall, a pleasant film if not totally stirring or new.
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Great to have film producer(s) continue to generate movie(s) stress on Godly values and reminding us the priority and purpose in our lives. Pray that we will comprehend what is really matter in our very life before it is too late!
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My kids LOVE this movie and unlike a lot of kid mkvies my husband and I enjoyed it too. There is some catty arguing that I could have done without but having been through watching my parents go through a divorce I can presume that what is shown in this movie is trying to show the strain of selfishness without the real ugliness that can occur.
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It is a great movie with a really good songs,I watched it a few times and wanted a copy for my library. Wish I could get a copy of the soundtrack too.
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I like good clean movies (or as clean as you can get nowadays). Your Love Never Fails was really quite clean. There was a few utterances of mild crude language; drinking of alcohol; mild cleavage and tension/arguing between a husband and wife. It is rated G and the Dove Foundation gave it a five star and approved it for all ages.

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.
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I don't think I've ever seen a bad movie with Elisa Donovan in it, and this movie was no exception. She just lights up the screen, and she is very believable with each of her characters. She has exceptional comic timing, which makes her a good choice for a light-hearted romantic comedy. In this movie, Elisa is a single mother who chose to leave her unsupportive husband many years ago to take on a career in the city, and just became too busy to get around to filing for that little thing called a divorce. When the husband files for joint custody of their daughter, Elisa must take time off from work (something she rarely does) to move back to her little country town while she takes care of this mess. But as she starts spending more time with her daughter, and less time at work, she starts to realize what's really important. She also begins to see her husband in a brand new light, and realizes he's not the same man he use to be, because he also knows what's important in life, and isn't afraid to fight for it. And what he's fighting for is to get his wife and daughter back.

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 :-)
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