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BLUEPRINT TO THE HEART

"Renovated Relationships"

Quality:
Content: +2 Moderately questionable elements.
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Language
Violence
Sex
Nudity

What You Need To Know:

BLUEPRINT TO THE HEART is a romantic comedy on UPtv. Laura Mitchell stars as Tiffany, an interior designer trying to save her home renovation program on the Home Design Channel. Tiffany’s ratings are down, despite Tiffany being the perfect person for the show. The network sends her some help to boost ratings. However, the help may do more harm than good because it includes her ex-boyfriend as the new producer. The new strategy is to take home renovation to the next level and renovate someone’s entire life. Brooks, one of Tiffany’s replacement carpenters, seems like a perfect fit, but he and Tiffany could not be more different. Will they be able to work together?

BLUEPRINT TO THE HEART is fun and even heartwarming at times. Dennis Andres as Brooks is funny throughout. He elevates the otherwise bland story. The movie has an uplifting message about the dangers of closing yourself off from human relationships. Although there are no faith elements, the movie stresses love, friendship and the importance of trust. BLUEPRINT TO THE HEART is a romantic comedy the whole family can enjoy.

Content:

(B, V, N, A, M):

Dominant Worldview and Other Worldview Content/Elements:
Light but solid moral worldview stressing the importance of trust and honesty in relationships, and characters learn to address their insecurities (at first it seems like this is for the purpose of learning to love yourself, but ultimately the movie stresses people loving other people)

Foul Language:
No foul language

Violence:
Light comic violence such as a man tries to plug a faucet leak where water sprays all over a kitchen

Sex:
No implied or depicted sex scenes or sexual immorality (a kiss is shared between an unmarried couple)

Nudity:
Upper male nudity as a man tries to plug a leak, played for laughs Alcohol Use/Abuse: Some beer drinking occurs

Smoking and/or Drug Use and Abuse:
No smoking or drugs; and,

Miscellaneous Immorality:
There are some themes of deceit, but they have have consequences, and honesty is upheld as a virtue ultimately.

More Detail:

BLUEPRINT TO THE HEART is a romantic comedy on UPtv about a genius interior designer hosting a home renovation program on TV who decides to do a program about renovating a carpenter’s whole life, not just his house. BLUEPRINT TO THE HEART is funny and heartwarming, with an uplifting message about the dangers of closing yourself off from human relationships.

The movie opens with Tiffany prepping for another episode of her home renovation show on the Home Design Channel. Tiffany has mastered her act as a TV personality, and things seem to be going well.

Right before the final house reveal, Tiffany’s carpenter is replaced by Brooks. Tiffany becomes stressed because a table isn’t complete. However, Brooks, who’s laidback and the exact opposite of Tiffany, assures her it will be done by the time the homeowners arrive. Tiffany ends up helping him complete the table and takes her place to greet the homeowners. As the workers clear out of the house, the kitchen faucet is broken, and water sprays everywhere. Brooks tries to stop it, but it’s too late. The episode is a disaster in Tiffany’s eyes, but the producers love Brooks.

Despite Tiffany’s design genius and a polished show, the network has competitors causing her ratings to drop. To save the show, and to Tiffany’s dismay, Tiffany’s ex-boyfriend joins the program as co-producer. The new strategy is to take the renovation idea and apply it to someone’s entire life, not just their house.

After some convincing, Brooks decides to be a part of the project and help save the show. Tiffany and Brooks could not be more different, but they’re forced to learn more about each other as the filming of the show continues. In fact, although tensions are high, it turns out Tiffany and Brooks may have more in common than they first thought. However, a breach of trust could put an end to their relationship and budding romance.

BLUEPRINT TO THE HEART is fun and even heartwarming at times. Dennis Andres as Brooks is funny throughout. He elevates the otherwise bland story. The movie has an uplifting message about the dangers of closing yourself off from human relationships. Although there are no faith elements, the movie stresses love, friendship and the importance of trust. BLUEPRINT TO THE HEART is a romantic comedy the whole family can enjoy.