Young Hearts Unlimited
- MPAA Rating:
- 102 mins
- Corbin Bernsen, Lesley-Anne Down, Robert Carradin, Jessica Bowman, Andy Lawrence, Molly Hagar, Lisa Robin Kelly and Joe Cortese
- Don E. FauntleRoy
- Y.P. Omtal and Ariel Wapnir
Content at a Glance
man gets hit a few times; man sinks boat with bazooka; man hit in head with frying pan.
drinking and smoking.
skimpy outfits on occasion.
one scene shows a boy praying, the prayer starts off fine but ends up taking a goofy turn, making a mockery out of prayer.
Zach, Mindy and Lissa get tired of all the “losers” their single parents bring home, so they decide they could do better themselves by starting their own matchmaking service. Little do they realize they are about to find themselves with some real obstacles to overcome, not to mention a cast of unsavory characters trying to take advantage of their efforts.
This is a cute, fun film for kids and family. Zach, Mindy and Lissa try to get their parents together by forming a matchmaking company. They also are trying to help Mindy’s dad who has a financial hardship. Enter Eddie and Molly, crooks on the run from Las Vegas. The fun unfolds as these people interact for their own gain. But will good overcome evil?
I enjoyed the film because family and love are portrayed in a positive light. The kids try to do the right thing and work hard to reach their goals. While they find out through their matchmaking business that you can’t rush love, they learn some valuable lessons along the way. One scene I didn’t care for much in the beginning of the film shows young Zach praying by the side of his bed. The prayer starts off o.k. but ends up taking a goofy turn making a mockery out of prayer. Other than that, “Young Hearts Unlimited” will capture young hearts everywhere and will entertain in the process.
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