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Gwyneth Hayden has it all. A top-notch career, killer wardrobe, dream apartment, and great friends - she thinks the only thing missing is a man. In a moment of inspired desperation, she fills out a profile on the dating website ChristianMingle.com hoping to find Mr. Right. However, Gwyneth's Christianity is a little rusty and her attempts at impressing her dream guy end in disaster when he calls her out on her "faux faith." In an honest realization, she sees her superficial life for what it really is, and is driven to create a personal relationship with God. Written by
The church they go to with his family is a Catholic Church. Easily shown by the crucifix above the alter. Most other Christian religions only display cross and he refers to being "born again". The Stations of the Cross another clear give away. See more »
Gwyneth says a prayer (as seen in the trailer) thanking God for "bringing Paul and I together" (it should be :Paul and me"). See more »
I sat down to watch this movie thinking it would be a little cheesy, but overall produce a feel good emotion by the end of it. However, throughout the entire movie I cringed at how awkward they made Christianity seem to the public eye. I felt that Christians were portrayed as awkward and exclusive in this movie. The amount of times the family said "Praise God" was embarrassing. Also, the final straw of my aversion toward this movie came during the mission trip scene when the scripture in James is misquoted. James 1:7- 8 is the incorrect passage, it should be James 1:2-3. I will never suggest this movie to anyone unless they want to spend two hours mocking the screen.
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