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The Theory of Everything (2006)

Not Rated | | Drama | Video 31 October 2006
Does God exist? Does Science prove God's existence or provide more reasons to doubt? Doug Holloway (David de Vos), a family man on the verge of financial and marital ruin, embarks on a ... See full summary »

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David de Vos

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David de Vos
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Credited cast:
David de Vos ... Doug
Victor Lundin ... Gene
Frances Black Frances Black ... Abby
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Philip Anderson Philip Anderson ... Male Nurse
Cheridah Best Cheridah Best ... Marcia
Arolyn Burns Arolyn Burns ... Weather Reporter
Teres Byrne ... Hospital Administrator
Brad den Dulk Brad den Dulk ... Cop #2
Mary Jo DuPrey Mary Jo DuPrey ... Delilah
Kimber Eastwood ... Veronica Shores
Dwight Elrich Dwight Elrich ... Conductor
Michael Gier ... Sam
John Gilbert ... Dr. Woodford
Mandy Grace Mandy Grace ... Amanda (as Amanda de Vos)
Janel Grant Janel Grant ... Hospital Receptionist
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Does God exist? Does Science prove God's existence or provide more reasons to doubt? Doug Holloway (David de Vos), a family man on the verge of financial and marital ruin, embarks on a journey to find his birth father, Dr. Eugene Holland (Victor Lundin). Dr. Holland is on a mission of his own - to prove the Holy Grail of physics - the Theory of Everything - that may prove the existence of Go... Written by Anonymous

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Envision the possibilities

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Drama

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USA

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31 October 2006 (USA) See more »

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O epistimonas See more »

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I Wonder As I Wander
Arranged by Dwight Elrich
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Two Thumbs Way Up!
2 November 2006 | by jillecainSee all my reviews

This film is "A Beautiful Mind" mets "Good Will Hunting"! It seems like it may have been a low budget film, but isn't that how Matt Damon and Ben Affleck got their start? And then they won Oscars for it. I truly enjoyed this movie which touched me in a deep way. The characters and dialogue were believable and the story inspiring. I loved seeing the relationships between the husband, Doug, and his wife, Abby, grow and deepen. I also enjoyed seeing the transforming love of a father for his son.

Even though there are Christian themes, I think anyone (Christian or non-Christian) would be able to relate to these complex characters, their struggles, and the profoundly human story at the heart of it. I highly recommend it. It also is a family-friendly movie. I would be able to sit next to children in the theater or in my home and feel good about the fact that they're watching it with me. Now, how often can you say that about a movie that's not Disney or rated G? Check it out!


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