In our vast Christian entertainment viewing experience, we sometimes come upon films that we can hardly justify writing a full review for. Therefore, for your convenience, so you don’t have to go watch those free films that invade your suggested watch list in on-demand video services, we’ve provided a quick overview here. Someday we might post more, if we’re fortunate enough to find more.
Travel to a magical fantasy land where Dean Cain, that odd girl from Your Love Never Fails, and some other C-grade cast members discover the truth about the afterlife. When the kid from the previously mentioned Hallmark movie accidentally kicks a soccer ball into a tree, she discovers that the tree actually holds a portal into the heavenly dimension. If you don’t believe her, then shame on you. Anyways, one thing leads to another and the girl’s psychic grandmother reveals to her that she talks to the girl’s unborn sibling (who died in a miscarriage) about how the portal will save her family from splitting apart or something. It’s sort of like the teenage David A. R. White from Second Glance trying to save his family, but not really. In the end, they all have to learn that talking to the dead will tell you the future and that this is somehow a Christian movie[/sarcasm]. If you don’t agree with this movie’s message, then you’re the Grinch who stole Hallmark cards.
This is the Day
With films like these, we can see why garbage like Princess Cut wins awards at film festivals. If you can watch this film for five minutes without going batty from the incessant banging background ‘soundtrack’ and the constant fidgeting of several cast members, you can learn that the poor dying man lying in the bed with the trophy has cancer and he needs some seaweed to cure him. Also, he needs his friend to find his daughter for him. Any other dialogue was totally lost on us as we could not understand it due to the ‘soundtrack’. God only knows what this nonsense is trying to convey.
Most readers will probably never even find this ‘lost’ film as it was exclusively sold at a local church (we reserve the right to not disclose how we came upon a copy). Basically, some lawyer guy likes to ride motorcycles with the ‘guys’ and his wife wants him to go to church and spend time with their son. But he decides to ride one last time and his son goes out on a dangerous bike and crashes (offscreen) and ends up in the church hallway hospital under the care of a local mafia leader rich guy pretending to be a doctor[/insidejoke]. There’s not really much to be learned here since it’s so short and shallow; the acting is so bad that this can barely be classified as a movie. We just had to include here for reasons.
Well that’s all for now! Maybe we’ll post another one someday…maybe not…