HEAVEN IS WAITING
Drama with a Light Touch
Release Date: June 16, 2011
Starring: Curt Doussett, Brittany
Peltier, Kirby Heyborne,
Melanie Nelson, Michelle Money
Audience: All ages
Rating: Not Rated
Runtime: 80 minutes
Distributor: Bridgestone Multimedia Group
Director: Michael Flynn
Executive Producer: Marty Patch, Sam Wallace,
Michael Paul Bailey, Greg
Producer: Marty Patch, Sam Wallace,
Michael Flynn, Shelley Bingham
Writer: Shelley Bingham Husk, Michel
Address Comments To:David Cota
804 North 2nd Avenue
E. Rock Rapids, IA 51246
Phone (866) 774-3774
His daughter Liz beings home a young man, David, and Ned dislikes him immediately for no reason except he’s not ready to “give up” his daughter yet. Ned’s daughter and “wife” push him to start dating again, and Ned strikes up a relationship – albeit awkwardly – with a neighbor woman.
HEAVEN IS WAITING is an enjoyable movie. While it covers themes that are familiar, the filmmakers have successfully walked the fine line between serious drama and light fun. Curt Doussett does a nice job as the man trying to understand the changes around him. The musical score features many faith filled songs. Sometimes the song montage sequences go on a little too long.
The Christian life is nicely portrayed as a family that goes to church, has the pastor as a friend, and lives a flawed, yet moral, life. The only objectionable content is the father talking to his dead wife. Of course, the God condemns such spiritism throughout the Bible (See: Leviticus 19:31), thus warranting a caution for children.
HEAVEN IS WAITING is an enjoyable movie that covers themes that are familiar. The filmmakers have walked the fine line between serious drama and light fun. The musical score features many faith-filled songs. The Christian life is nicely portrayed as the family attends church, has the pastor as a friend, and lives a flawed, yet moral, life. The only objectionable content is the father talking to his dead wife. Such spiritism is condemned throughout the Bible.