Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
Actors: Valerie Bertinelli, Jeffrey Nordling, Brittney Irvin, Ross Malinger, Michael Welch
Director: Jeffrey Reiner
Genres: Comedy, Drama, Television
Sometime love is better the second time aroundWhen Susannah Stanton (two-time Golden GlobeŽ winner Valerie Bertinelli One Day at a Time ) and her husband Jesse (Jeffrey Nordling Dirt Working Girl) divorced they each bel... more »
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Tim T. (FireflyDaddy) from IRON CITY, TN
Reviewed on 6/18/2012...
Before I start my review I wish to rant just a little. Telling my how well actors did or even directors and writers did doesn't give me a clue as to what the movie is about or if I wish to watch it. Enough said.
This is one of the rare movies you find now in days that has a great story of love and family. The rare part is the joy of knowing there is no sex, foul mouths or harsh undertones. This is a story about a man and woman that wed, had three kids and broke up. After being apart for two years the began to miss what they had. They felt lonely even the kids could see it so the kids ran an add in a personal magazine and dad takes front page. As with any parent dad flips, and to even her own surprise mom is jealous.
So mom trying not to be harsh even sets him up. And low and behold he likes the girl. Well this makes mom even more uncomfrontable. Well let's not spoil the ending shall we. watch and see. Trust me when I say it's worth the time watching.
Great Family Movie
Catherin M. Osborn | Casselberry, FL United States | 11/13/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)
"This is a wholesome movie that everyone would enjoy, even my 89 year old Mother did. Great for a family night at home."
Winifred P. Vine | Ash Grove, MO USA | 01/07/2008
(4 out of 5 stars)
For people who appreciate a family movie with no language etc this is a light entertaining movie"
Good and clean
Harold A. Fretheim | Juanita, WA | 04/04/2008
(5 out of 5 stars)
"A stark contrast to too much of what is out there. I find that the use of gutter language is a sure indicator that the writers and directors of a movie realized that their film was a dog- so they add langauge that shocks to cover this up. AThis film is a welcome contrast."