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Return with Honor: A Missionary Homecoming (2006)

The Return (original title)
A returning missionary (Javen Tanner) anxious to reunite with his long time sweetheart-fiancé (Joey Jalalian), awakens from a near fatal accident with the new priority of saving his wayward mother.

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Credited cast:
Steve Anderson
Ryan Bott ...
Elder Daniels
Clark Bullen ...
Elder Gibson
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Scottie Patterson
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Elder Hatch
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Alley Benson
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Keri
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Bar Thug Leader
Tayva Patch ...
Trish McDonald
Bonnie Pence ...
Barb
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Elder Finch
Katie Rockwood ...
Sister Carter
Javen Tanner ...
Rowe McDonald
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Mr. Bensen
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Rowe McDonald is a headstrong missionary who has life after his mission all figured out. When a fatal car crash interrupts his plans, he is given sixty days to return to life and finish his work. Now he must choose whether to lead the life he planned, or reach beyond himself to change the lives of others. What will he do? Who will he touch? How will he prepare to leave it all behind? Written by Anonymous

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Comedy | Drama | Romance

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Rated PG for thematic elements including some mild sensuality, bullying and brief smoking

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21 January 2006 (USA)  »

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Budget:

$300,000 (estimated)

Opening Weekend:

$8,680 (USA) (28 September 2007)

Gross:

$102,171 (USA) (19 October 2007)
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A very good movie
21 July 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I thoroughly enjoyed this movie. It had a good story and the ending left you stunned and in awe. It was very well written and executed. I did notice something funny, though. When the person was putting the x's on the board counting down his days; the one who put them up was left handed except for the last one and that person was right handed. I had to chuckle. (It may have been the other way around.)

One didn't have to worry about bad language or skimpy clothing, which many, or even most films, exhibit today.

All in all, I rate this with a 10. Keep up the good work Tracy and Michael. Carolyn Phillips


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