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Justin G. Dyck
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Justin G. Dyck
To be the CEO, an heiress is challenged by her dad to deliver a Christmas letter in person to his ex-partner in their hometown - traveling by bus, incognito and with only $100. Will she learn something from the people there?
Following both the death of her father-in-law and a divorce, Jesse, a New Yorker, returns to a small town to live with her now widowed mother-in-law. Jesse struggles to fit in with the local townsfolk who don't welcome her with open arms to say the least. Jesse becomes acquainted with the local pastor, her widowed brother-in-law, falling in love with him, much to the dismay of the community. Things get even more complicated when her ex-husband comes calling, suspiciously trying to win her back. Between her love life and entangled in-laws, Jesse is tested as she seeks the answer to where she truly belongs.
This movie is like the color beige. Inoffensive, but nothing to get excited about. If you enjoy the kind of movies they show on "The Hallmark Channel," then you'll probably enjoy this. The best thing I can say about this film is that I didn't hate it. There were several things about this movie that were pretty bad. The dialogue seems as though it's trying to be funny, but the jokes just fall flat. Second, the two leads had zero chemistry together. They seemed more like brother and sister then potential love interests. Third, the over the top characters. The ex-husband is so bad it's almost funny (but not intentionally so). Lastly there is the stupidity of the main character. I find it hard to believe that even if she had never been to church before, the main character had never heard of a bible study group. I gave this movie 2 stars because while it isn't bad, I did manage to finish watching it.
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