‘The Wedding Chapel’ ~CFDb Movie Review
The Wedding Chapel – Uninspired and newly single painter Sara is down on her luck and wants nothing more than to get away from her problems. When she decides to take a trip to visit her mom, she becomes involved in a mission to save a local church which is in danger of being closed down.
Determined to help preserve the historic building, Sara embarks on a mission that not only gives her a new outlook on life, but enables her mother to rekindle a long lost love from her past. Starring Emmanuelle Vaugier, Mark Deklin and Shelley Long, The Wedding Chapel is a story about love, forgiveness and embracing new beginnings.
This is another one that reminded me of a Hallmark film. There were some really FUNNY moments in this film, especially with Mark Deklin. I was unfamiliar with Mark before this film and he really made the film for me. You’ll see why after watching ‘The Wedding Chapel‘.
The main thing I liked about this film was the depth of the thought about the soul of the artist. There is a comment made towards the beginning of the film and towards the end by an art critic (he acted like an art critic). Pay close attention to this comment.
This made me think about how others perceive us as Christians. What shines forth from us…Jesus or self?
I also liked the community working together for a common cause. I would love to see that more often in real life!
I would have liked to have seen some praying over the situation and true thankfulness to God for things that did and didn’t happen. The only character that really showed that he wanted to serve God was the minister.
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