1 hr 41 min
Roger and Diane Wagner can’t wait to impress their old classmates at their upcoming 20 year reunion. But their plans fall apart when Roger is unexpectedly fired from his management job. Now the family is forced out of their home and must sell their luxury cars and expensive clothes. When Roger is offered a job as director of a community center, the couple must decide whether to skip the reunion or show up and accept their new lifestyle.
Class of 91
Dove "Family-Approved" - Suitable for any age.
Most of us know the feelings of going to a class reunion. Roger and Diane have their 20th year reunion coming up and they are ready. Roger has a great job, Diane buys a one-of-a-kind designer dress and the kids get anything they want. But when Roger loses his job the entire family has to make changes. This is a story that really relates to the times. In this day and age we have seen many people lose their jobs, homes, cars and even their credit cards that they have been relying on. Although this movie puts a comical side to the story, it does show some of the reality of the situation. This is a faith-based story that shows a valuable lesson about the downside of putting material things first in our lives. We award this film the Dove "Family-Approved" Seal for all ages.
Language: Oh my Gosh - 5
Violence: Man throws golf clubs; discussion regarding a woman's murder in a Laundromat; shooting guns at credit cards; TNT explosion to blow up credit cards.
Other: Making fun of unemployed people; bragging about what one has; gossiping.
- Reviewer: Donna Rolfe
- Source: Video
- Writer: Sharon Wilharm
- Director: Sharon Wilharm
- Producer: Fred Wilharm
- Review provided courtesy of The Dove Foundation.