Another great quality movie with the very talented, very enjoyable Candace Cameron-Bure!.......But was it absolutely necessary to dig up the talentless, drab, vocally-annoying Alan Thicke?.....Oh well, at least he didn't appear in it much......Anyway, everything else was on the plus side: the plot was very enjoyable. The location was ideal...all the scenery and décor was beautiful...wonderful! It was well written and had very good directing. The supporting cast was well-casted...no one was annoying...(as is the case sometimes in good movies otherwise)................Sometimes it's difficult to separate the actual person from the part he / she is playing. If their exposed personal standards are low, then that casts a shadow on what ever decent part they play.............. However, having heard Candace talk about her respectable personal / family life on "Home and Family," it's consistent with the respectable parts she plays, which makes her decent movies even more enjoyable to watch. In fact, I consider her to be the contemporary Doris Day........"You are a wonderful asset, Candace, for upholding moral standards in life and also for contributing them to the movie industry...which often tends to be risqué and offensive."