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Jill & Jessa Counting On (2015)
Clean Christian family values
I love love love this show! It keeps the best of what we enjoyed in 19 kids and counting and builds on it. It is wonderful to follow the journey of Jill and Derick and little Israel in the mission field in South America, Jessa and Ben's adventures with little Spurgeon, and also stay in touch with all the older kids and what their lives are like every day. We get to see every new courtship and share in their joy upon finding their one true love. I also love that they are unashamedly Christian and their lives speak as loudly as their words. It is a family-friendly show that I can easily recommend to anyone and the whole family can watch it together. I hope this show stays on the air for many more years!
Lovely Complex (2007)
Hysterical and cute
I loved every minute of this series! It had me in stitches, I was laughing so much! Risa Koizumi and Atsushi Otani have such a comical relationship and yet from the beginning you are rooting for them to get together. The series also portrays the insecurities of a first relationship very accurately and I'm sure most people can relate. Unlike many other anime series', I didn't feel frustrated by the writing or the lack of progress. And, having listened to it in Japanese (and read English subtitles), I commend the voice actors for conveying the emotions portrayed on screen excellently! All in all a series well worth watching (and re-watching)!
Great first part to the trilogy
I really enjoyed this movie! It is the start to the Ruby Red trilogy (books by Kerstin Gier) and it succeeds in wetting one's appetite for the next one - Sapphire Blue.
The story is about Gwendolyn who is in her own words "the black sheep" or runt of the family. Her cousin, Charlotte, supposedly has a gene that makes her special and the family fawn over her. But, it turns out that, contrary to all expectations, Gwendolyn is the one who has the gene - a gene that allows her to time travel. Her time travel companion is Gideon, who is resentful of her at first, because he has spent most of his life training, with Charlotte, for the mission they are about to embark on.
It is a thrilling movie, and, even though the fight scenes may not be as impressive as block buster movies, it captures the audience and takes us on a journey through time trying to distinguish who should be trusted.
I watched it with the unofficial English subtitles (which weren't very good) but I look forward to watching it again when it is dubbed!