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Steven R. Monroe
In the last scene, when they are kissing Sonia takes off the headset and Nick places it on the table. It then shows some other cast members celebrating and when it cuts back to Sonia and Nick they are kissing with the headset on again. See more »
Wow, and I thought I had watched some pretty good Hallmark movies before! This one is more than good. It's just awesome. By far the best Hallmark movie I've seen so far. It's witty, fun, hot, romantic without being mushy, there's an amazing chemistry between the two leads, it made me laugh and cry, and I just didn't want it to end. It was everything a good romantic comedy should be, there's nothing I would change about it. You feel like they made a real effort with that one. There were also some really good lines and it didn't sound forced or rehashed. It's one of those movies that makes you want to enjoy the ride, and not rush to the ending. It felt so much unlike any other Hallmark movie. This one will be hard to top, but please Hallmark, give us more of those!
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