Christian Mingle: The Movie is so brazenly artificial and inauthentic that it almost begs to be ignored; not reviewed, not analyzed, and not even discussed, just quietly, humbly passed by as other films nudge it out of the limelight and into obscurity.
Criticized in the past were films like Jobs and The LEGO Movie, for allegedly being nothing more than product placement for Apple and LEGO, respectively, despite bearing actual story lines, characters, and thematic depth; on the other hand, Christian Mingle: The Movie is a film so deeply-rooted in insincerity, it disrespects its actors by giving them shallow human characters with not a shred of humanity to be found all in the means of promoting an already ubiquitous dating website. The film focuses on Gwyneth Hayden (Lacey Chabert), a well-off woman who has worked her way to the top of the corporate ladder, and rather showing the more interesting story at hand here - Gwyneth's clear business success in what looks to be a male-dominated feel - we explore her dating life, or lack thereof.
Unaware of his intentions and fearful of getting hurt in another ... A top-notch career, killer wardrobe, dream apartment, and great friends - she thinks the only thing missing is a man.
See full summary » Potential Northwestern fellow Tess Harper lasers through her best friend's wedding planning like the star doctor she hopes to soon become. In a moment of inspired desperation, she fills out a profile on the dating website Christian hoping to find Mr. However, Gwyneth's Christianity is a little rusty and her attempts at impressing her dream guy end in disaster when he calls her out on her "faux faith." In an honest realization, she sees her superficial life for what it really is, and is driven to create a personal relationship with God.
Now an adult, Melanie is running her own bakery and dating a ...
See full summary » At a Christmastime event, Jenna shares an impromptu, unforgettable kiss with the dashing billionaire, Cooper Montgomery.
Sex outside marriage brings horrible consequences to every area of life, leading ultimately to death (James ).You have a great reason to abandon, not your kids, but the bad relationship that entangles you (Hebrews 12:1). As children, most of us aspired to have better lives than those who raised us. Your present relationship portrays evidence of the needy, insecure person you are choosing to be. Have you agreed to marry him, but now you’re having doubts? Use the valuable opportunity you have now for a “time-out” to reevaluate or choose to live the rest of your life with regret! You’re at a fork in the road; choose your will or God’s.Here’s the kicker: our starting point regarding relationships was the exact representation of what ‘mom’ and ‘dad’ modeled for each of us. The bad relationship you’re in is a huge red flag to the Christ-like, confident mate you truly desire to be with. “But,” you say, “I’ve already started planning a wedding, and I’m looking forward to a honeymoon.” Get your eyes off worldly things and ask God to open your spiritual eyes (Isaiah ). Steps of blind faith will lead you to awesome treasure (Hebrews 11:1).After cancer claims Matt Kell's life on Christmas Day 2005, his widow, Gina and two young boys are left to cope with the pain of his loss while their close church community gathers around ...See full summary » After Fiona gets dumped, she escapes to her family's Vermont Inn for a few days to evaluate her life.