Today I want to share with you a review of a Christian Film titled the Princess Cut DVD movie, it is a Romantic Drama, Dove Approved Christian Film made by Watchman Pictures. This review is from the perspective of a homeschooling mom of seven children.
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Product Review of Princess Cut movie by Watchman Pictures
The movie is basically about a 20 year old woman, Grace, who goes through some relationship situations in search of “the one” to get married to. This includes being broken up with as her boyfriend is interested in someone else, pressure to be physical, and seeing a person who is not interested in God. This drives her to see a therapist, who gives some very worldly advice that Grace realizes is wrong. Eventually, she has time to hear what her earthly farming father has to say about relationships. He uses soybean seeds and some important virtues on paper (like patience) to help the message sink in and she realizes he is right and takes his advice to heart. She eventually sees someone who does not pressure her to be physical and who wants God to be first in the relationship. There are some old relationships that try to interrupt this happy relationship though and I don't want to give away too much, so you will have to watch to see how it all plays out!
It was watched by my 15 and 18 year old daughters and I. In the movie, a young adult woman named Grace is living with her parents and younger brothers. My adult daughter is still living at home, and though she is not interested in seeking a mate at the moment, she can relate to Grace in the ways of the family dynamics, with annoying younger siblings, as the movie portrayed in a few scenes. She, like Grace, has a horse poster in her room and a younger sibling that sometimes tries to get her to move out sooner! (because the younger sibling wants her older sister's bedroom space!) I thought this is a good movie for her to see how young singles connect sometimes and discusses friendship, courtship, love, and marriage.
Our Favorite Actors
The three of us had a few favorite actors, the ones that stood out were: the father, who was portrayed by Rusty Martin, Sr. We felt he was very believable throughout the entire movie as being a farming father struggling through hard times financially, trying to raise his family in a Christian way, to be a good neighbor and citizen of the town, etc.
We also really enjoyed the young actor that portrayed the youngest son in Grace's family. His real name is Evan Brinkman. He was very believable as a little annoying brother and had to act out a range of emotions, including getting hurt physically. He did a great job!
We felt that this movie was well produced and seemed very realistic, and emotions were right on every actor and actress and even the food that was served looked local and real!
Mercedes' Opinion (age 15)
It was okay. My favorite scene was when her little brother (Evan) put out the newspaper ad.
I was told that this Christian filmmaker was homeschooled and is presently homeschooling nine children, which did indeed make me more interested in watching the film. I also liked that it is a Dove Approved Christian Film as I do look for that label on movies that I watch. This physical DVD movie arrived in the mail quickly and was packaged very well. I liked that they were careful in the movie about physical contact and that the mother respected her husband and would refer decisions to him and was very supportive of him even in times of financial distress. The Father in the movie really displayed a stressed Christian Dad very well. He was burdened, but didn't react in a way a non-believer would. He was very concerned for his daughter and carefully planned what to say to her and was ready when the opportunity came. You could tell it was a Christian home by the times they prayed and how they handled situations and I like the idea of the movie to show some purity, which I believe more movies need to do in this day and age. I recommend it and I think you will enjoy it!
How to find out more about Princess Cut:
- Website: http://www.princesscutmovie.com/
- Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PrincessCutMovie
- Twitter: https://twitter.com/PrincessCutFilm Tag: @PrincessCutFilm
- Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/princesscutfilm/pins/
- Instagram: http://instagram.com/paulmungernc Tag: @paulmungernc
- Google+: https://plus.google.com/+Princesscutmovie
- YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/PrincessCutMovie/videos
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