(2020) (KJ Apa, Britt Robertson) (PG)
- QUICK TAKE:
- Drama: A college couple calls on their faith as they contend with the young woman's cancer diagnosis.
It's the late 1990s and Jeremy Camp (KJ APA) is an aspiring singer/songwriter who's left his mom, Terry (SHANIA TWAIN), dad, Tom (GARY SINISE), and younger brothers in Indiana to attend college at Calgary Chapel in California. When Jeremy meets alumnus and professional musician Jean-Luc (NATHAN PARSONS) and ends up working backstage at one of his concerts, the freshman thinks his fortunes have changed in ways he couldn't have imagined. And then he sets sights on classmate Melissa Henning (BRITT ROBERTSON) in the crowd at the concert and he's instantly smitten.
The two become fast friends verging on something more, but Melissa is reluctant as she knows that Jean-Luc is likewise romantically interested in her, although the feeling isn't mutual in that regard. But that becomes the least of her concerns when she's diagnosed with cancer, all of which draws her and Jeremy closer. As they contend with that unexpected development, they lean heavily on their faith to get them through it.
- WILL KIDS WANT TO SEE IT?
- Those who are fans of anyone in the cast or who are into faith-based movies might be interested in seeing it.
- WHY THE MPAA RATED IT: PG
- For thematic material.
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