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Tuesday, June 30, 2020

Forever My Girl - a Movie starring Alex Roe and Jessica Rothe on UPtv


MOVIE REVIEW

Movie: Forever My Girl

Network: UPtv

Original Air Date: July 19, 2020

*PLEASE NOTE: This movie is rated PG. It includes adult dialogue and situations that are not suitable for children. I have not previewed this film, but after reading reviews and plot details, I wanted to make certain you all were aware of this. Please see Movie Review section below...






CAST:

Alex Roe ... Liam
Jessica Rothe ... Josie
Abby Ryder Fortson ... Billy
Travis Tritt ... Walt
Peter Cambor ... Sam
Gillian Vigman ... Doris
Judith Hoag ... Dr. Whitman
Tyler Riggs ... Jake
John Benjamin Hickey ... Pastor Brian
Morgan Alexandria ... Kiera
Lauren Gros ... Laura
Terayle Hill ... Mason
James Rackley ... Johnny
Divina Cook ... Mrs. Boudreaux
Jason Davis ... Mr. Guillory
Adam Drescher ... Freddy
Whitney Goin ... Vivian
Cody Alan ... Cody Alan
Jacob Yakob ... Reporter #1
Amy Meridith ... Female Concierge
Keila Brown ... AT&T Worker
Ian Gregg ... AT&T Worker #2
Rita Glynn ... Lydia
Rhoda Griffis ... Mrs. Quinn
Catherine Dyer ... Ellen
Caitlin Harris ... Loretta
G. Peter King ... Pat
John Gordon ... Flight Attendant
Fayrouz Naciri ... Liam's Mom
Arielle Bowden ... Sara
Richard Maresco ... Helicopter Pilot
Erik Bello ... Bodyguard
Alex Huff ... Bigger Kid
Emmie Hunter ... Lucy
Lillian Ellen Jones ... Molly
Bella Lotz ... Clementine



PLOT:

Storyline via UPtv: After being gone for a decade, a country music super-star returns home to the love he left behind.


Movie Review:


This movie info was shared by Kellie:

"Net, I started watching Forever My Girl thru Amazon Prime and ended up turning it off. It shows a musician having a one night stand with a concert attendee at the very beginning and I realized this wasn't one I was willing to watch."

My response:

"Kellie, Thank you so much for sharing!

Oh my, I had no idea they would show that. I knew there was a situation in the past, but I didn't know how graphic it would be shown. I typically don't miss a movie, but I personally decided to skip this story, as well, simply based on reviews. I'm so glad I added the mature audience warning above, but even though I am an adult, this is not something I would choose to watch either or endorse.

Thank you for sharing your profound moral conviction on this film. I truly value your opinion and appreciate this. God Bless You!"



See or Skip:

I will have to recommend skipping this one.


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*images via: UPtv

14 comments:

  1. UPtv steals a march on Hallmark!

    Delighted to see two movies I haven't seen before airing.

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  2. This movie is a favorite of mine. I bought the DVD and have watched it numerous times. Don't think I would recommend it for kids though. A beautiful love story! Teaches happiness is not found in fame or wealth.

    Net, you had the DVD showing here not long ago of a Candace movie "Finding Normal". I found this on Amazon a long time ago and bought the DVD. If any of your followers have not seen this movie, they would be blessed to watch it. I can't believe this wasn't a Hallmark movie.

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  3. I'll watch this with an open mind.

    Reviews for it seem to pretty split.

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  4. LOVE this movie. It's such a sweet romance. :)

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  5. A very enjoyable movie about a broken family that's been reunited.

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  6. Net, I listened to a podcast yesterday on YouTube with a lady named Ruth. Heads up to all followers of Jesus! Hallmark is including gays/lesbians in their movies. One of the ladies said we will have to make choices; one, don't support Hallmark, or two, pick and choose what we watch. My question for you is how will we know before watching the movies? Will Hallmark give us a warning or rating? The lady pointed out Hallmark is not a Christian network. Christians are what made Hallmark successful, and now we don't count! Disgusting!

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    1. Hello kitkat - Thank you for sharing! I think, more and more, we will have to be careful of what we watch. It is very sad. The world seems to be changing even more drastically this year, shifting even further away from Godly values.

      It is a scary time, but I'm holding tight to the truth my Momma keeps reminding me... "God is in control" - and I'm going to continue to put my faith in Him daily!

      I'll do my best to let everyone know here if something is not family-friendly, but you are so right, we don't always know before they premiere.

      We'll just have to keep a look out for one another here - and let each other know if a movie is wholesome or not. That's where we are now.

      We're in this together!

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  7. As the head of that podcast I'm proud of the discussion we had that was open and honest about the situation. One panelist was a traditional Christian and one was not. Hallmark is keeping its commitment to have family friendly content whether that can include all families is something you will have to wrestle with yourself. We will keep having the discussion on the podcast

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    1. Hello Rachel! Thank you for visiting my site over the wonderful Holiday weekend and sharing your thoughts.

      The 4th of July is always a wonderful reminder of how precious our freedoms are and the ability we all have to express our individual ideas and opinions. We are so blessed by our Creator to do that!

      We each have to decide for ourselves what is right for us - when it comes to our faith and beliefs with watching movies. In the end, it’s just a movie and if something doesn’t feel right, well... we all have the option to simply turn the channel. It's a good discussion to have, I'm sure it will be on-going.

      Thank you, again, for visiting my site. I’m glad we both share a common joy, Rachel, in watching and reviewing movies!

      Blessings to you, Net

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  8. I’m thankful you stand on Godly principles, Net. Please keep doing what you’re doing.

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    1. Bless you... for this sweet, encouraging comment. It truly means so much to me!

      I believe God is calling us to be His Light in this dark world.

      God commands us to be holy, a people like Him, a people after His own heart. Sin separates us from God, it is an abomination to Him. Jesus died to take away all of our sins, and I am so glad our Lord is forgiving. When we make mistakes, He is faithful and just to forgive and cleanse us from all unrighteousness! (1 JOHN 1:9)

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  9. Dearest Net,
    You are truly a bright light in the darkness. Thank you for your commitment to keep us informed of family friendly movies.
    Lifting your arms up in this battle my sister. Yes and Amen, Jesus is the way the truth and the life!

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    1. Hello LKJohnson! Thank you so much for your beautiful message of encouragement! I love it when Christian friends build each other up emotionally and spiritually.

      God Bless You for being a voice of courage and strength in our Lord! Thank you again and again! Net

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  10. This movie info for "Forever My Girl" was shared by Kellie:

    "Net, I started watching Forever My Girl thru Amazon Prime and ended up turning it off. It shows a musician having a one night stand with a concert attendee at the very beginning and I realized this wasn't one I was willing to watch."

    My response:

    "Kellie, Thank you so much for sharing!

    Oh my, I had no idea they would show that. I knew there was a situation in the past, but I didn't know how graphic it would be shown. I typically don't miss a movie, but I personally decided to skip this story, as well, simply based on reviews. I'm so glad I added the mature audience warning above, but even though I am an adult, this is not something I would choose to watch either or endorse.

    Thank you for sharing your profound moral conviction on this film. I truly value your opinion and appreciate this. God Bless You!"

    ReplyDelete

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