The Perfect Wave

The Perfect Wave

Director: Bruce MacDonald, Bruce MacDonald Cast: Scott Eastwood, Rachel Hendrix


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The Perfect Wave

This inspirational Christian drama follows New Zealand surfer Ian McCormack (Scott Eastwood) as he makes his way across Australia, Southeast Asia, and Africa in his pursuit of the perfect wave. Along the way, he meets Anabel (Rachel Hendrix) but casts love aside to concentrate on his surfing goals until finally coming to his senses when a jellyfish sting becomes life-threatening. ~ Erin Demers

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Release Date: 02/17/2015
UPC: 0013132622286
Original Release: 2014
Rating: PG
Source: Starz / Anchor Bay
Time: 1:31:00
Sales rank: 28,535

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The Perfect Wave 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Joyachiever More than 1 year ago
I’m fortunate to have purchased The Perfect Wave dvd back in February 19, 2015 for just five dollars and 39 cents (counting shipping). My preference in learning about various religious and spiritual faiths when it comes to the afterlife and heaven is what indirectly contributed to my interest in getting this dvd. Scott Eastwood plays Ian McCormack, a man born of religious parents who love him very much. Ian McCormack enjoys his life very much in New Zealand and enjoys hanging out with his friends and surfing. Ian’s parents seem to be supportive and understanding of his interests, but are concerned about his lack of spiritual faith. For Ian, everything seems fine and he is so passionate about surfing that he ends up successfully convincing his parents to allow him to go on a trip related to his surfing interests. My only caveat to the movie is that there were not enough scenes that I had hoped for when it came to depicting what he saw in the afterlife. However, in all fairness, The Perfect Wave was still pleasant to watch.