Samantha's Montana ranch is her family's legacy, so when a developer shows up to buy it, Sam isn't interested. But as he tries to win her trust and her ranch, Sam finds he might also be ... See full summary »
Jesse Arthur Carroll
Claire Darrow defends a woman accused of murder, who used to be a friend of her mother, Joanna Darrow. With Claire's love interest, Miles being the prosecuting attorney in the case, there is another layer of complication in the matter.
A remake of "Roman Holiday" will be filmed in Rome and an unknown woman is chosen to play the lead. Once in Rome, she meets a reporter/porter/waiter/aspiring novelist, who gets the exclusive story on her. Roman romance?
Isabella, the owner of her family's Oregon winery, takes a big leap and enters a prestigious wine competition in Paris. There she meets her biggest competitor, Jacques, from one of the world's foremost winemaking families.
After only 6 months of dating, Stephanie and Ben get engaged and are delighted to share the news. However, they hit a road bump when Stephanie's parents show concern that the couple has moved too fast.
Merritt Patterson and Jack Turner are two of my Hallmark favorites. They are both gifted and extremely talented. I think that is why this motion picture was such a disappointment to me. The first problem was Jack's fake accent (which was not good) and his high speed mumbling of his lines which made most of
his dialog unintelligible.
There was absolutely no spark, no chemistry, and no passion, each of which is necessary for a romance. The plot was only slightly interesting, but the supporting cast held it all together. They were good.
I hope Merritt was wearing a wig for this movie, because I would hate to think some hairdresser had made her hair look so bad. When two talented stars like Merritt and Jack work together it is not unreasonable to expect more. Two stars for location and two for supporting cast.
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