Matthew Stevenson is a troubled kid from a broken home. When he vandalizes a local church to get back at his parents, Matthew has to repair the damage to the church to avoid criminal charges. While working at the church, he meets Ernest, an accomplished woodcarver who crea... Read More
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Ernest has become something of a hermit, but reluctantly comes out of seclusion to help repair the church. Now Ernest and Matthew must work together to preserve the church's beautiful antiquity, and possibly restore their faith in God and life. The Woodcarver is a touching family film about faith, forgiveness and the unexpected ways that our lives intersect.
Stars John Ratzenberger, Dakota Daulby and Woody Jeffreys.
Also released as WWJD II: The Woodcarver.
Dove Family-Approved for all ages.
MPAA Rating: PG
Format: Widescreen, Color, NTSC
Run Time: 91 Minutes
- Store Only: Yes
- Product type: Video
- Format: DVD
- Release Date: Mar 13, 2012
- UPC: 883476062242
- Height: 0.50
- Width: 5.50
- Length: 7.50
- Runtime: 91 Minutes
- Language: English
- Volumes/Discs: 1
Customer ReviewsWrite your own review
- Awesome family movie by Kathy on 2/17/2013
I watched it with my 11 year old daughter & we loved it. It had a great message about love,forgiveness & about trying to be more like Jesus. A family comes together to help the church out & finds out that being a family is a true blessing & sometimes doing what's right is more important than money. It's worth checking out if you get a chance. I rented it from the library.
- Great movie. by eveningcop on 1/9/2013
Great movie. Good story, and talks about Jesus !!!!!! Awsome
- Terrific production value that reinforces we all get a second chance in life. by Movie Fan on 3/6/2012
This was a very well made movie starring Cliff from Cheers (John Ratzenberger) about a troubled boy who vandalizes a church. He does this partly due to the dysfunction of his parents who are getting a divorce and cannot agree on almost anything. Needless to say, their parenting leaves a little bit to be desired. When the boy causes the damage at the church, the Woodcarver (John Ratzenberger) takes him as his apprentice to build an addition to the church. This is where all the life lessons come in. While the movie is somewhat predictable, it illustrates some great life lessons and makes a great family movie.