I found another movie for date night with your husband about married love! It’s called “Come What May.” My husband and I watched it last Saturday for our date night, and I recommend it, with 3 out of 5 stars. I give it only 3 stars because the acting could be better, it’s a little stiff and unnatural. But hey, it’s pretty good for being made by non-professional moviemakers, most if not all who are homeschoolers. It has three different themes running through it. The first theme is the Roe vs. Wade Supreme Court ruling, with the idea of when does life begin. In the movie, some college students participate in a moot court using that case. Then you have the theme of dating vs. courtship. The main girl, Rachel, refuses to date a young man when he asks her out, because she only wants to court not date. The third theme is married love. What do you do when your wife doesn’t agree with you? What do you do if she refuses to “obey” you? Wait, there’s a fourth theme. The idea of doing the right thing, even if it means losing a competition or losing money for your future. The movie was educational. romantic, Biblically-based, as well as entertaining and gave me some food for thought, which is what I want in a movie. You can order it on Amazon. If you want to watch it online, you can find it here at christiancinema.com. This website appears to be a great source of all sorts of movies you can’t find at Netflix or vidangel.com. The video below shows the main character, Caleb, asking Rachel, the main girl, out on a date and her response. Then the next video shows his discussion with his dad about Rachel’s refusal to date. The final video shows the Christian moviemakers behind the scenes. I look forward to seeing other movies by these people.
If you want another great movie about married love, check out A Vow to Cherish. It’s a beautiful tearjerker. I am on a personal mission to find as many Biblical worldview-based movies about married love as I can, so stay tuned for more reviews and recommend any you know of in the comments section below.