WWJD II: The Woodcarver

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A troubled teen (Dakota Daulby) and a hermetic wood-carver (John Ratzenberger) help each other rediscover their spirituality as they work together to repair the damage caused by an act of vandalism. ~ Tracie Cooper
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A troubled teen (Dakota Daulby) and a hermetic wood-carver (John Ratzenberger) help each other rediscover their spirituality as they work together to repair the damage caused by an act of vandalism. ~ Tracie Cooper
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Special Features

Closed Caption; The making of WWJDII: The Woodcarver; Trailer
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 3/6/2012
  • UPC: 883476062242
  • Original Release: 2011
  • Source: Nasser
  • Region Code: 1
  • Presentation: Wide Screen
  • Time: 1:30:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 4,995

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
John Ratzenberger Ernest Otto
Dakota Daulby
Woody Jeffreys
Technical Credits
Terry Ingram Director
Tara Cowell-Plain Executive Producer
Brian Davie Production Designer
Dion Foley Associate Producer
Stu Goldberg Score Composer
Judy Lee Casting
Thomas Makowski Screenwriter
Kim Miles Cinematographer
Stein Myhrstad Editor
Joseph Nasser Executive Producer
Jack Nasser Executive Producer, Producer, Screenwriter
Kevan Otto Screenwriter
Zohra Shahalimi Costumes/Costume Designer
Durey Shevar Executive Producer
Danny Webber Executive Producer
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Scene Index

Disc #1 -- WWJD II: The Woodcarver
1. Broken Dreams [11:31]
2. Taking Responsibility [13:04]
3. Generations Collide [7:34]
4. A Simple Question [14:18]
5. All is Not Lost [9:47]
6. Power of Prayer [14:56]
7. Second Chanes [17:03]
8. Credits [1:44]
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Disc #1 -- WWJD II: The Woodcarver
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  • Posted March 11, 2012

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    A great movie the entire family can enjoy! Highly Recommend!

    When a young troubled boy named Matthew Stevenson decides to destroy the church because of an unanswered prayer, he is caught on video tape and has to be punished. He is ordered by the church deacons to spend his time repairing all the damage he did to avoid persecution. However a lot of the wood work that is destroyed was created by Ernest Otto (John Ratzenberger).

    Since losing his wife of forty years to cancer, Ernest has lived a reclusive life and his woodcarving tools have sat unused since his creations at the church many years ago. Now called by the church once more to restore some of the unique carvings to the church, Ernest enlists the aid of Matthew to help him finish on time, otherwise the work will be bid out to competitor wood mill whom his father is forming a partnership with.

    Feeling that God doesn't answer prayers, Matthew confesses to Ernest that he prayed for his parents to avoid getting divorced and now fighting and living separate lives, he believes that God has failed him. Yet because God answers prayers in unique and different ways from what we expect, this family will find that anything is possible if one is willing to work hard at it and offer their prayers to God.

    I received the DVD, The Woodcarver, compliments of Propeller and Nasser Group North for my honest review and thoroughly enjoyed this wonderful family film. It shows that we need to enjoy what we have in the present more so than ever before because even the prayers we ask, may often times be answered by God in far different ways than we ever imagined. Our family really enjoyed the message of this movie and found it a great way to talk about prayer and how God will often times answer them. While the answers may be different than we expected, it does not mean God doesn't listen or doesn't care. My family rates this movie at 5 out of 5 stars and highly recommends it to anyone looking for great family entertainment.

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