My Mothers Future Husband

DVD Release: September 2, 2014
My Mothers Future Husband
Dove "Family-Approved"
For All Ages

Synopsis

In the five years since Headly’s father died, the 15-year-old and her mom, Ren (Lea Thompson, Back to the Future), have become best friends. When Headly has her first crush, she decides her mother needs some romance in her life, too, so she and her friend Willis devise a scheme to help Ren find love again.

After a few misadventures, they introduce Ren to Andrew, a single dad with a four-year-old son. Through it all, Headly and her mom learn that they must first deal with the pain of the past before they can open their hearts to the possibilities of the future.

Dove Review

Hadley and Renee are mother and daughter with a very special relationship. Hadley’s father died unexpectedly five years ago, which made the two inseparable. Hadley wants a life separate from her mom’s life and she thinks she knows how to find new love for Renee. So the comedy begins as Hadley and her close friend Willis invent a way to become match-makers for Renee.

This is a cute and heartwarming film that brings wholesome entertainment to the family. It’s a charming story of finding a new true love for both mother and daughter. It is not always easy to have a new beginning after you lost your first true love or even finding that first love but this movie captures the moments it takes to start once again.

We are proud to award “My Mothers Future Husband” the Dove “Family-Approved” Seal for all ages. It is wonderful.

Content Description

Sex: A few couples kiss in the movie.
Language: OMG-1
Violence: Discussion regarding father being hit by a bus in an accident.
Drugs: A couple having cocktails.
Nudity: Cleavage; girl shows midriff; girl in short-shorts.
Other: Loss of a spouse; discussion regarding God, Heaven and angels.

Info

Reviewer: Donna Rolfe
Source: Video
Company: Bridgestone Multimedia Group
Writer: Julie Brazier
Director: George Erschbamer
Producer: Deboragh Gabler
Genre: Inspirational
Runtime: 88 min.
Industry Rating: Not Rated
Starring: Lea Thompson, Lochyln Munro, Matreya Fedor