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Young @ Heart: You're Never too Old to Rock, DVD20th Century Fox / DVD$11.99 Retail:
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NELBAlbertaAge: 45-54Gender: female1 Stars Out Of 5Oh dearFebruary 22, 2014NELBAlbertaAge: 45-54Gender: femaleQuality: 1Value: 1Meets Expectations: 1Well, what can I say? I have ordered a number of videos from here. Some have been impressive and some NOT. This is the worst one I have seen. It was painful to watch. I struggled through it and then I actually threw it out as I would never watch it again and wouldn't put anyone else through it either! The acting was poor to say the least and, although the premise was fine, the story line was more than a little cheesy. Good thing it didn't cost much.
Vesta Miller5 Stars Out Of 5June 18, 2010Vesta MillerThe story is inline with how our economy and financial difficulties are today. It teaches that we don't need a lot of material things to be happy. Our faith and trust in the Lord is what is important and putting God in control of our lives can give us what we need most.
Elbert E Woodruff5 Stars Out Of 5April 20, 2010Elbert E WoodruffI found the Class of 91 very entertaining but at the same thing it left me with a great message in how one does not have to own a big house, an expensive car, and live a life of luxury to be happy. That no matter the situation the Lord will pull us through if we will just let him. I really love the idea whereas in the Wagner's case they were an upper middle-class family and not some poor family living on welfare. The story showed us that anyone can have problems. The thing I truly loved most was the fact the movie was 100% family. My hat is off to the all involved in the picture. I do hope this won't be the last we hear from them.
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Located in: Tennesee
Submitted: March 09, 2010
Tell us a little about yourself. With a background in film communications, Fred has been doing video production as a side-line for years. Sharon has worked as a writer and drama teacher. Teenage daughter, Brittany, is a high school webmaster. It was only natural to combine talents for filmmaking. Previous projects include a movie and a documentary shot when we lived in Florida and a 45 minute film we produced with the Forest Hills Baptist youth drama team. In 2008 Freds short video won Dave Ramseys Plasty Award and as a result, Fred was featured in a Wall Street Journal article and received interview requests from Neil Cavuto, ABC News, and Good Morning America. For Class of 91, Fred is the director of photography and editor, Sharon is the screenwriter and director, and Brittany is assistant to the director as well as helping with artwork and editing.
What was your motivation behind this project? Living in an oversized home in an exclusive gated community and driving a luxury car, we were hoping to impress people with our success. Then one day it hit us. Was it really worth it? We were in over our heads. All of our income was going into the house with nothing left over. It wasnt worth it. So we made a radical change. Like many other families, we made the decision to downsize. When we started looking for a smaller home, we realized we already owned one that met all our criteria. We own a number of rental homes including one that was the size and location that we were looking for. And the best thing was that it was already paid for. We took that extra income that used to go towards the mortgage and produced a faith-based movie, hoping to inspire others to enjoy the luxuries of downsizing.
What do you hope folks will gain from this project? As families deal with the realities of reduced income and higher expenses, we hope that our movie will be an inspiration for them to not just accept their new lives, but to embrace them with enthusiasm. God has a plan for each of us, and often it requires us to be taken out of our comfort zone in order to find meaning and purpose.
How were you personally impacted by working on this project? When we wrote the screenplay, we were living much like the Wagners. But then we made the choice to focus on a simpler way of living. We love our smaller home, and we especially love not having to make those jumbo house payments.
Who are your influences, sources of inspiration or favorite authors / artists? We were inspired to write the screenplay after watching Facing the Giants. It wasn't until we watched Fireproof, though, that we decided to produce the movie.
Anything else you'd like readers / listeners to know: Roger and Diane Wagner give new meaning to the term self-absorbed. Their 20th high school reunion is coming up and they cant wait to impress their classmates with their worldly success. Then the unthinkable happens. Roger loses his management job and the Wagners empire comes tumbling down. When hes offered a job as a community center director, Roger and Diane must come to terms with their new life. Do they embrace or reject it? Their response may surprise you. The movie includes an amazing cast of talented Christian actors. It also has indie music and two parody songs written specifically for the movie.