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Family Blessings (1998)

Son Greg was killed in a motorcycle accident. He was hit by a vehicle .. not himself killed in the automobile

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Lee Reston
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Chris
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Janice Reston
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Joey Reston
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Mavis Lallek
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Mrs. Quincy (as Pam Greer)
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Peg Miller
David Gardner ...
Lloyd Reston
Walter Mills ...
Orrin Miller
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Sylvia Eid
Gerald Coulter ...
Barry Eid
Kevin Duhaney ...
Judd Quincy
Len Crowther ...
Chief Townsend
Ken James ...
Ed
Darren Lucas ...
Greg Reston
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Lee Reston is a widow whose police officer son Greg dies in a car accident. Greg's friend and fellow officer Chris Lallek tries to help the Reston family in Greg's absence. Soon, he and Lee grow close and fall in love. But Lee is fifteen years older than Chris, something that upsets most of her family, including her college-aged daughter. When Chris proposes marriage, Lee must decide whether to risk alienating her family in order to be with the man she loves. Written by Anonymous

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Drama | Romance

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2 February 1999 (USA)  »

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LaVyrle Spencer's 'Family Blessings'  »

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1.33 : 1
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I Loved This Movie...But
15 January 2006 | by See all my reviews

I read the book also (am a big LaVryle Spenser fan) and I just recently watched the movie on the WE network. Just goes to show that love can happen at any age to anybody!

I found both Lynda and Steve(Lee & Christopher) both realistic as characters.

However, I wished that they hadn't begun the movie with the Quincy's family's loud party. It seems that part was inserted just to give Pam Grier a part.

Anyway, I have one small objection: when Joey was making his toast, he said that he wanted Judd to love Country Music INSTEAD of Rap.

My first thought was when I read that in the book and well as saw that in the movie:

Why couldn't Judd love BOTH types of music?

All Rap music isn't bad just like all Country Music isn't good.

I believe that he should have said that he wanted Judd to like and appreciate Country Music AS WELL AS Rap music. Otherwise, this movie was a loving, warm, romantic story.

I enjoyed it very much!


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