TV Shows

Redeeming Love (2022)

A retelling of the biblical book of Hosea set against the backdrop of the California Gold Rush of 1850.

Redeeming Love (2022)

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Released Year: 2022
Runtime: 134 minutes
Genre: Drama, History, Romance
Directors: D.J. Caruso


A retelling of the biblical book of Hosea set against the backdrop of the California Gold Rush of 1850.



Washington Post - Michael O'Sullivan
Redeeming Love is an incident-rich saga populated by cardboard heroes and villains and outfitted with greeting-card sentiments and cartoon villainy.
50 - Nell Minow
The biggest problem is that the most touching moments are hammered so hard. "Redeeming Love" could have tried to reach a broader audience but settles for preaching to the choir.
Screen Rant - Ferdosa Abdi
For what it is, and for who it is for, Redeeming Love is in its own way an effective showing of the power of love. Undoubtedly, however, a more compelling romantic drama about a woman finding peace with herself could have been told.
The Seattle Times - Katie Walsh
Stuck in this largely infantilized role, Cowen imbues Angel with as much verve and spunk as she can; she’s often funnier and darker than necessary, offering a refreshing dash of acid to temper the sickly sweetness.
The A.V. Club - A.A. Dowd
Redeeming Love is a kinky power fantasy in the halfway convincing disguise of wholesome faith-based entertainment.

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