What I Did for Love
Rising L.A. lawyer James White is going home for the holidays with his fiancée, Sadie Ryder, to finally meet her family in rural Pine Gap. After blundering through a bad first impression, James attempts to win over Sadie’s lawyer-loathing father…but it’s going to take more than mere posturing to charm Mr. Ryder…in fact, it may just take a miracle.
The big city meets the wide-open country in “What I Did for Love.” This is a pretty good film and is, in general, very clean with only a few words from a rough-necked cowboy and over-protective father. The western landscape is striking as it serves as a wonderful backdrop for this story about fitting in and acceptance.
The story line is a bit slow at times but overall, “What I Did for Love” is a good watch. It is a great alternative to other rancher-type movies that are filled with language and fighting. “What I Did for Love” easily earns the Dove “Family-Approved” Seal for family-friendly viewing!