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After one hour of watching Lucky in Love, I turned it off. This Hallmark movie had a cute story with personable actors, but there was continual repetitive "bing-bong" music in the background playing that was louder than the speaking. Instead of this being a movie, it became a concert.
Years ago the Classic Movies only had music playing when there was a climatic or action scene, but not while people were speaking. You could hear every word clearly then. Now you have to try and listen to both the speaking and a concert at the same time. My family and I have excellent hearing, but the music is just too loud and too annoying to keep the movie on. Why does Hallmark insist on ruining all their delightful movies? Their movies were not like this years ago.
I love Hallmark's predictable, happy endings. Please keep making them without the music while the actors are speaking. Thank you.
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