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One Winter Wedding (2021)

One Perfect Wedding (original title)
TV-G | | Drama, Romance | TV Movie 3 April 2021
Cara and Ben book the Clara Lake chalet and head back to where their romance began for a small, intimate wedding with friends and family.


Gary Yates


Elysse Applebaum (teleplay), Erinne Dobson (story) | 1 more credit »
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Complete credited cast:
Taylor Cole ... Cara Reneau
Jack Turner ... Ben Livingston
Rukiya Bernard ... Megan Marquant
Dewshane Williams ... Sean
Tedra Rogers ... Zoey Livingston
Lossen Chambers ... Michelle Marquand
Amitai Marmorstein ... Daniel
Blake Stadel ... Ray Reneau
Tasha Simms ... Goldie
Linda Ko ... Renee
Derek Kwan ... Reporter


Seattle-based Ben Livingston, CEO of Charmed, a successful snowboarding equipment manufacturer, and mystery novelist Cara Reneau, the second in her planned and thus far acclaimed trilogy having just been released, are planning on a Rome destination wedding, but one scheduling issue in their respective extremely busy professional lives after another seems to derail any plans they may make. So they decide, almost simultaneously at the last minute, to hold a wedding in ten days where it all began, Clara Lake ski resort, where they met, fell in love and got engaged. While the third in their foursome, Megan Marquand, Cara's best friend, is available not only for her duty of maid of honor but also as wedding planner, the fourth, Sean, Ben's physician best friend, can't being stationed overseas for a non-profit, with Ben's younger sister, Zoey Livingston, filling in as best friend and best "woman" for Ben. Sean, however, does have his own plans as approximately one year behind Ben and Cara ... Written by Huggo

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Drama | Romance



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This is the third installment of the "One Winter" trilogy. See more »


Follows One Winter Weekend (2018) See more »

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The worst of the trilogy.
9 April 2021 | by MIssM19See all my reviews

Cara and Ben decide to get married before their schedules takes them to Europe and Asia respectively. Of course, they choose to marry where they first met.

We were expecting this movie to go in that direction, being the final one (probably) but weird things happened: one the leads wasn't there, the locations changed, our main lead didn't have hair and new characters showed up. Personally, I can excuse a few of things, because, you know, COVID, and the world is changing constantly, but all of these together? It's like I was watching a whole different movie. They probably should have waited a little bit longer.

I have been looking forward to this movie and was excited (OWW is one of my favorites), but if it doesn't stay true to the other two, (which I loved) what's the point? Someone who didn't watch the previous two could have watched this without problems and that's the issue here.

We all know Taylor and Jack have good chemistry but that wasn't enough to save this one. Unfortunately, this was disappointing. Don't get me wrong, I enjoyed it because I already fell connected to these characters, specially Cara and Ben but it wasn't enough.

Storywise: another fail. These two are getting married and are suspicious/keeping secrets? They could have used so many plots but they chose one of the worst (a third party being the worst idea EVER).

Anyway, this is the worst of the trilogy. It hurts to say that because One Winter Weekend is one of my favorites of Hallmark. HOWEVER, if they decide to make another one, I will probably watch it.

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3 April 2021 (USA) See more »

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