One cannot comprehend a world where no one tells a lie and everyone tells the truth even though it may be hurtful to others. Mark is a man who lives in such a world. Only the truth is uttered no matter if it is offensive or insulting, right down to a comment regarding how ugly a baby is or that your date doesn’t really want to go out with you because of your looks and stature.With a line of well known actors parading throughout the film one would think that this is filled with hilarious scenes but, to me, this movie is definitely different to say the least. This film incorporates dry humor. In this comedy about telling the truth the film takes a nose-dive when it turns to rudeness and harsh words. Then we have to discuss the not-so-funny description of where one goes after death and the creation of “heaven” and the man in the sky, which results in an offensive description of religion. I only have a few good remarks regarding this entire movie, and that is when it focuses on the importance of not telling a lie, that sometimes the truth is hurtful, and that marriage should not be based on how someone looks. Due to the over-the-top content in this film, it regrettably cannot receive our Dove “Family-Approved” Seal.