Retired Navy commander Jim Kennedy is divorced and has a teenage son. He takes over the famous cruise ship, where he and his crew tackle various scenarios with different passengers every ... See full summary »
A grief-struck life insurance salesman rails at God for not stepping in to save his bride; but the tables are turned when a mysterious book is delivered to him, an ancient volume listing names and death dates, dates which are yet to occur.
Kristin (Danica McKellar), daughter of upper middle class parents, can hardly stand the immense pressure to fulfill her mother's (Dee Wallace Stone) dream of success in sports and high ... See full summary »
I saw this at the California Independent Film Festival last November. I found it to be sweet, touching, and on the whole, well constructed. My main criticism would be that the love story needed more time taken with it; it was too rushed and made it less believable that they would fall in love so quickly. It should have been a longer movie. But I was very impressed with the acting, and it was nice to see Winnie Cooper all grown up!
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