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The Wedding March (2016)
Happy story - terrible wig!
I liked the young women, liked the setting and the actors but that horrible wig distracted me in every scene. I kept expecting someone to rip it off so we could see real hair. It was the worst wig I've ever seen anywhere. What were you thinking, Hallmark, to do this to a very competent actor.
A real plus was the relationship of the two daughters; it made sense, they were charming and there was no fake getting upset with each other and having to resolve all that drama.
The sidekick chef was an added bonus as well; he was believable and his creations made me hungry.
Just couldn't get over the wig - it spoiled a decent movie for me.
The Bridge (2015)
No one will care in December 2016
Hallmark is seriously delusional if they think anyone will care in 12 months what happens in this movie. The story is almost nonexistent, the young male
lead is vapid and has only one facial expression, and nothing really happens until the token "misunderstanding" that could have been resolved with one good question. The down and out bookstore seems to be the biggest game in town and has no problem staying vital to the community. Every cliché in the book is well covered in this trite and stale offering.
I do like Faith Ford and she does bring the only depth and story line to this sad effort.
A big letdown from the Hallmarks of the past. This is a clunker.
Love, Again (2015)
Interesting story of parents divorcing and then finding out they need to keep it together for their daughter's imminent wedding.
This is a cut above the usual daytime movie simply because of the excellent acting by Teri Polo. She made me believe in the hurt, busy, wife who had somehow lost her marriage. Her characterization was top quality acting. The other actors were adequate, nothing stood out from their performances. I did like the supposed setting of Camden, Maine, but I'm not sure that's where this was filmed. All in all, a very pleasant movie to view with some unexpectedly tender moments and real feeling that surprised me. It's fun to be surprised by a Hallmark movie which are usually quite predictable. Like I said at the beginning, kudos to Teri Polo. She made the movie for me.