Monday, July 29, 2013

The Wedding Chapel DVD #Giveaway #theweddingchapel

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.



DVD BASICS

Price: $14.93
Street Date: July 23, 2013 
Language:    English   
Running time: 92  minutes                                    
Rating:  NR

This is one of those wonderful feel-good films that I used to love to curl up on the couch and watch on a Sunday afternoon or evening! This is a great movie for the family, or for mom and dad to enjoy after the kids go to sleep. It's so wonderful to see that there are still wholesome family movies being made and aired on TV, and I'm a big fan of Shelly Long- she's fabulous!

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6 comments:

  1. It might be silly bit our downtown Main Street in Bethlehem Pa has the old cobblestone streets and every time I walk around I hope they never change it, The store have changed though.

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  2. II eloped but what was instyle back then was a tight slim fit dress with a red corset type ribbon closure all the way down the back. And of course an over size fire red bouquet.

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  3. Yes, I would like to save our downtown area. jj250@aol.com

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  4. I would like to preserve the house I grew up in, but it is in such a bad neighborhood now, that it would not be worth the money.

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  5. I am a Mother of four children who are all grown & gone now. I became grandmother for the 1st time four months ago.

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  6. There were but I wasn't given the option and it was destroyed without my knowledge.

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