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Three Weeks, Three Kids (2011)

Three Weeks, Three Kids - About the Movie Twenty-five-year-old Jennifer Mills (Anna Chlumsky) lives her life without commitment, relieved her boyfriend isn't even close to putting a ring on... See full summary »

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Three Weeks, Three Kids - About the Movie Twenty-five-year-old Jennifer Mills (Anna Chlumsky) lives her life without commitment, relieved her boyfriend isn't even close to putting a ring on her finger. Not at all like her older sister, Mandy (Chelah Horsdal), who married young and settled into family life, Jennifer loves being carefree. But her mother, Kathryn (Susan Hogan), sees Jennifer's wild ways as a fear of settling down, and hatches a secret plan to take her from playful to parent in just three weeks. When Mandy and her husband plan a three-week European vacation without their three kids, Kathryn convinces Jennifer to help watch them until she can get into town. Jennifer quickly finds out playing house isn't for kids. It doesn't take long for Jennifer realize she has to go from cool aunt to strict parent if she's going to keep her sister's trust. But, with a little help from the handsome new neighbor across the street, Will (Warren Christie), Jennifer manages to pull it ... Written by from hallmark page

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inoffensive bland TV movie
16 November 2014 | by See all my reviews

Jennifer Mills (Anna Chlumsky) is a 25 year old freewheeling single with commitment issues and an aloof boyfriend. Her older sister Mandy and husband are going on a European vacation for 3 weeks. At the last minute, their mother can't babysit the 3 kids due to an injury to their father. Not everything goes smoothly with the cool aunt. The eldest daughter Alice Norton (Tiera Skovbye) has boy troubles. The younger girl has mean girls troubles, and the boy is a neurotic mess being bullied. Will Johnson (Warren Christie) is the handsome new next door neighbor who lends a hand. It turns out that her mother isn't really truthful.

It's a Hallmark movie with nothing special. It's shot like every other second rate TV movie. There isn't much to recommend other than that there isn't anything objectionable going on. The acting is unimpressively reasonable. The dialog is pedestrian. The movie could do with some hijinx. The kids' problems are good drama. The little kids almost save this movie. The parents in Europe is not so good drama because there is no real danger of a breakup. The romantic chemistry between Jennifer and Will could do with a bit more heat but it's sweet anyways.


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