The show is about Vic Nardozza (Michael Richards), a lanky and bumbly P.I., working for McKay Investigative Services. Throughout the show, there are misunderstandings, screw-ups, which get ... See full summary »
Bored with her social butterfly lifestyle, Victoria Tremont longs to find that special someone. Naturally, when a handsome stranger walks into the coffee shop where she works, she turns on ... See full summary »
Working inside a Walk/Don't Walk traffic light isn't as easy as it looks. When you learn more about Lester and James' life, you will never cross a street in the same way - especially if Julia isn't far away.
MAYA, has artistic ambitions - her father ED wants: a dutiful daughter to run the family store. Taking her independence a step further, Maya decides to travel to Africa for inspiration and returns with a fiancé.
Fired from her job as a reality TV host, Natalie (Lenz) returns home for Valentine's Day, only to find herself running the town festival's auction with her ex-fiancé (Macfarlane) thanks to two scheming mothers.
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Bethany Joy Lenz,
According to THE GOSPEL OF MARK, Jesus is a heroic man of action, an exorcist, healer, and miracle worker - the Son of God who keeps his identity secret. This critically acclaimed, epic ... See full summary »
A couple years after his wife's death, Jimmy Hope is struggling to move on with his life, at work and at home where he's trying to raise his two daughters alone. Faith Turley is recently divorced and doing her best to cope with the pain of it, but her troubles are compounded by the fact that her life's dream, her dance studio, is in jeopardy of being shut down. To raise funds to save it, she enters a "Pro and a Schmo" dance contest and searches for a partner who's a non-professional. Jimmy's younger daughter Demetra prays every night that her dad will be Faith's dance-contest partner because: "Out house needs a Mommy and our Daddy needs someone to love him." God hears her prayers, and Jimmy and Faith become dance partners. Over the next few months, on and off the dance floor, she teaches him to have hope again; he helps restore her faith; and together they learn how to love again.Written by
Robert Krantz - Screenplay writer Faith, Hope & Love
Went to see this film to help support Robert Krantz. He is a friend of a friend of mine. I left this movie feeling hopeful and uplifted. Funny and touching. Makes you laugh and cry. Great message of Faith, Hope and Love.. hence the name! I recommend seeing this film.
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