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Navigating through life away from the library.

Family Movie Night: Truth Be Told

Family Movie Night:  Truth Be ToldEver since Adam first ticked off Eve, everyone’s been trying to figure out the secret to a successful marriage.  Books have been printed, advice columns written, television shows aired and hands thrown up in surrender.  No one knows why some marriages work and others don’t, the only thing everyone seems to agree on is that they’re a lot of work.

So what happens when a marriage counselor goes against her own advice that honesty is the key to a successful long~term relationship?  Find out in Truth Be Told, the next movie offering in the successful Family Movie Night franchise sponsored by Walmart and Proctor & Gamble.

Truth Be Told synopsis

When leading marriage counselor Annie Morgan (Candace Cameron Bure) is offered an opportunity to host a relationship talk show, she jumps at the chance. But fearful that being single might ruin her big break, she conspires with an old college friend and recent widower, Mark Crane (David James Elliott), to pose as a married couple with kids. Their story starts to unravel when Annie and Mark join her eccentric soon-to-be boss (Ronny Cox) for a weekend at his ranch in New Mexico. Comical misunderstandings mark the event as Annie struggles to keep up the ruse, finding herself emotionally invested and conflicted by her own conscience. Will she confess the truth about her marital status and her feelings for Mark… and will the truth set them free?

Sounds like an interesting movie, huh?  And how fun is it to see little DJ Tanner all grown up and married?  Yes, I’m having a moment… Anyway, I’m asking all of my friends to join me and my family on Saturday, 16 April at 8/7 C to watch Truth Be Told (check your Fox channel for the correct station).  If you plan to join us, let me know by leaving a comment telling me the best marriage advice you ever heard.

Family Movie Night is part of Family Moments, an initiative created by Proctor & Gamble and Walmart to bring families together by providing meaningful entertainment.  For more about Family Movie Night, click here.

You can also “like” Family Movie Night on Facebook.

Disclosure:  I did not receive any compensation for this post.  I just think Family Movie Night is a great idea.  However, my husband is employed by P&G.


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