No Greater Love

No Greater Love

DVD - 2010
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Jeff and Heather had it all. They were best friends from childhood, high school sweethearts, and married by the age of 22. Jeff considers them to be the 'lucky ones' until Heather suddenly disappears after the birth of their son. Ten years later she shockingly reappears in the most unexpected place.
Publisher: Santa Monica, Calif. : Lionsgate, [2010]
Branch Call Number: Feature
Characteristics: 1 videodisc (ca. 109 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.


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Sep 04, 2018

Here's a line from No Greater Love's heroine -- who has abandoned her family for ten years, gone on drugs, hit bottom, and found the Lord -- and is now worried about returning to her unbelieving husband, who owns her : "I'm supposed to submit to him. What if he doesn't let me pray!?" If dialogue like that inspires you to give films five stars without seeing them, you will love this movie. If not, not.

Jul 03, 2014

One mans trash is another mans treasure. Who out there is fit to be a judge of anyone over a movie for God's sake? Here's an idea. Lets all grow up, get a life and figure out how to help someone instead of getting our pants in a bunch over a movie. For you baby Christians out there, be mindful that Christ had a much harsher rebuke for his so called believers than he did for the unbelievers. Judge yourselves if you feel you must and let God take care of everyone else. It's highly probable that he'll make a better judge than any of us anyway don't you think?

Jul 03, 2014

really MEAN derogatory comments on here from cassini...and shascho...just comment on the movie do not attack Christians for being Christians and how they believe since you not being one you have no basis to gage what they speak biblically in a film or in a review of a film. Clearly it would do you some good to open a bible then practice the scripture it speaks of seems you are sorely lacking of love respect kindness for your fellow man even if their beliefs are not yours. Film gets 5 stars.

Nov 23, 2013

A creepy, creepy infomercial for Christianity. Zombie-like actors spreadin' The Word. Don't trust the misleading description on the DVD jacket.

Jun 06, 2013

Good grief.
How religious can you get?
Now we have people rating movies without watching them,
just as they defend their Bibles without first reading them.

readmenow1 Jan 17, 2013

i haven't seen the movie yet. but i plan to and appreciate the comments. i am sure i will like it very much.

too bad some people only look for humping sex and gore and anything with meaning, morality and sex free is considered boring. if it really bothers these people all that much i guess it is not too late to gouge ones eyes out with a large fork if they choose

Nov 24, 2012

Unusual to find a love story about love after the couple has split. The characters are rare in a world of fall-in-love-and-forget-the-rest. This story outlines the unheard of concepts of restitution and reconciliation in a culture of re-coupling. It is a hopeful message and one which most people have never seen before. Perhaps that is why the other commentator found it unbelievable.

Jan 29, 2012

I enjoyed its Christian message.

stembridge Dec 12, 2011

Run--don't walk--away from this movie. This church movie is what a minister would consider showing to his flock to indoctrinate them under the pretense of 'wholesome' entertainment. Filled with one-dimensional personalities and gentle, glassy-eyed religious automatons moving slowly through their paces and mouthing dogma. I watched right until the end, hoping in vain for a character to snap out of his trance, and experience a moment of reality. Would rather have spent the time cleaning out my kitchen cupboards or gouging my eyes out with a fork...


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