From the wikipedia page
>Chelsea Noble (uncredited) as Catherine Holt body double, who appeared in the scene where Caleb and Catherine reconcile, as Cameron would not kiss any woman but his wife.
And having seen them all, this is probably Kirk Cameron's best Christian movie. I maintain that *Saving Christmas* is a true modern cinematic disasterpiece
My favorite part was when he smashed his computer, not once but twice, because he got porn pop-ups that were tempting him. Dude needs to learn what adblock is.
I'll check this out after I finish watching this Kirk Cobain documentary
>buy something more tangible and rewarding: a fishing boat.
ITT: when typos make sense.
> I'd probably give the movie three stars (out of seventy).
I like this rating system.
Shit, I spelled the name wrong. Sorry, Kirt.
I read through this and went, this guy is the next /u/_vargas_. Then I checked. Of fucking course.
> rather than helping out his wife's parents with their towering medical bills, Caleb chooses to instead save his pennies to by something more tangible and rewarding: a fishing boat.
Good for him!
Would you say it's comparable to "The Godfather" in terms of quality? Because that's the vibe I'm getting from your review
Oh, you missed it when the good gets going.
So, you know that advice book/devotional his dad gives him? Well, uh, he flips to the page where he's talking about "parasites" and Caleb decides to look at his boat porn. And he gets so tempted that he takes the computer outside and gives it the Irreversible fire extinguisher treatment.
I'm not making this shit up. As part of his character arc, he destroys his fucking computer in order to bone his wife under the pretext of redemption.
> Passion of the Christ was the date movie of 2004. Basically Fifty Shades of Grey, but sexier.