Monday, August 5, 2013

Now Available on DVD -- The Wedding Chapel (Review)

Disclosure: I was sent a copy of this DVD from the vendor in order to write up an honest review.  The views shared are mine and mine alone.


"Wedding bells ring when The Wedding Chapel arrives on DVD July 23 from Gaiam Vivendi Entertainment and Nasser Entertainment. Shelley Long (“Modern Family,” “Cheers”), Mark Deklin (Tarzan - 2013, Riverworld) and Emmanuelle Vaugier (Deception – 2013, “Two and a Half Men”) star in the heartwarming story about falling in love, forgiving and embracing new beginnings.  When an uninspired and newly single painter flees from her problems, she rediscovers the meaning of life when she immerses herself in the community’s effort to save the local wedding chapel.
Sara, a single painter who is down on her luck, decides to take a break from her mundane life and visit her mom, in hopes of finding some inspiration.  During her visit, she becomes involved in a mission to conserve the local church, which is in danger of being forced to shut down.  Determined to help preserve the historic building, Sara embarks on a journey that not only gives her a new outlook on life and allows her to forget her problems, but also enables her mother to rekindle a long lost love from her past."
July 23, 2013 

Price: $14.93
Street Date: July 23, 2013
Language:    English   
Running time:  92  minutes                                   
Rating: NR
My Thoughts:
One of the perks of being laid up sick with the kids these past few weeks is that when my husband would get home from work (before he came down with the cold, too), he would relieve me of my parenting duties, so that I could shower and either relax in bed and watch television to unwind, or sleep.  While relaxing, I was able to catch up on DVDs sent for review.  One of these DVDs was "The Wedding Chapel," a romantic comedy starring
Shelley Long Mark Deklin and Emmanuelle Vaugier.  What better way to relax while sick than to watch a sappy love story, right?  

Like most romantic movies, this film touched on topics like falling in love, forgiving and rediscovering your life with new directions.  I found myself laughing, crying and smiling throughout this movie, as I watched the characters fight to save a wedding chapel from being torn down and replaced by a shopping mall. And, by the time it was over, I couldn't help but get out of bed and go give my husband and girls a kiss and tell them how much they mean to me.

This movie would make for a great date night flick, girls night in flick, or one of those guilty pleasure movies you want to watch when the kids and hubby are in bed. :-)   I can't wait to hear what you think of The Wedding Chapel, after you have a chance to watch it.

Disclosure: I was sent a copy of this DVD from the vendor in order to write up an honest review.  The views shared are mine and mine alone. 

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