Finding Normal

Finding Normal

  • 1 hr 29 min
  • NR

While serving her sentence of community service, Lisa’s world turns upside down after meeting the man of her dreams.

Movie Guide

Recommended Age: 12+

Strong Christian worldview and redemptive elements positively depicting prayer, a cross, a church service, a congregation singing hymns, quotations from Scripture, and the defense of God’s name, strong depiction of biblical moral values of hospitality, generosity, compassion, faith, forgiveness; light pagan worldview with a morally relativistic comment regarding faith; light profanity with God’s name taken in vain once; no violence except for one scene in which a young girl has an allergic reaction and is stabbed in the thigh with an EpiPen; light sexual content with one kiss between an engaged couple, a woman kisses a man on the cheek, and one kissing scene between an unmarried couple; no nudity; no drinking; no smoking or drug use; deceit, insensitivity, materialism are not outrightly condones, however, the disloyalty the main character exhibits at the beginning isn’t rebuked.

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Finding Normal


  • Actor
    • Candace Cameron Bure
    • Trevor St. John
    • Lou Beatty Jr.
  • Writer
    • Cary Solomon
    • Chuck Konzelman
  • Director
    • Brian Herzlinger
  • Producer
    • Anna Zielinski
    • David A.R. White
    • Michael Scott
    • Russell Wolfe


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