2 to Tangle

DVD Release: April 28, 2013
2 to Tangle


Jessica’s true love starts appearing to her after his untimely death. Terrified and confused she seeks an explanation for what’s haunting her. Through countless twists and surprises, she finds that learning the truth about her fiancé’s past becomes the key to understanding the present.

Dove Review

This is an interesting story about a young woman named Jessica (Payton Patrone) and her efforts to get her boyfriend, Tom Martin (Clay Doss), to make a decision for Christ so that they can share their faith together. Tom resists her efforts but things get a bit confusing when Jessica thinks he is cheating on her by utilizing a dating site with another personality substituted for his own. What transpires is the possibility that there is someone else that looks just like Tom and the question begs to be asked: is it a coincidence or does Tom have a twin brother he never knew about.

The film answers all the pertinent questions and focuses on the importance of making a decision for Christ. We are pleased to award this romantic and inspirational story our Dove Seal for ages twelve and over. This one will have you anticipating the ending to learn how it is all wrapped up.

Content Description

Faith: None
Integrity: None
Sex: A comment by a minister on the radio that married couples live longer and that sex gets better as it goes; a man cheats on his girlfriend by kissing another young woman but changes later on.
Language: Dumb-1; Idiot-1
Violence: Man boasts about popping another man in the mouth.
Drugs: None
Nudity: Woman in shorts.
Other: Woman saves another from being hit by a vehicle on the side of the road; the doctrine of soul sleep is taught which some will not agree with; the subject of demon spirits which impersonate some people; man doesn't want to be bothered with religion; death and grief; man seen in casket.


Company: Son Films
Writer: Jeff Johnson
Director: Caleb Johnson
Producer: Jeff and Lorraine Johnson, William and Rochelle Houser
Genre: Drama
Runtime: 108 min.
Reviewer: Edwin L. Carpenter