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Steven R. Monroe
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Vivica A. Fox
Claire, an ambitious pastry chef, is busy running her new restaurant, but her meddling mom is preoccupied with her lack of love life. Without her knowledge, Claire's mother finds her the perfect man, but when Claire finds out it wasn't fate that brought them together, it could ruin the relationship.
Filmed in Canada (like SO many other Hallmark productions), the closed-captioning uses Canadian-English spellings instead of American-English spellings (for example, "favourite" instead of "favorite"). See more »
Stand by You
Written by Jack Antonoff, Jon Levine, Matt Morris, Rachel Platten, Joy Williams
Performed by Rachel Platten See more »
I really enjoyed this movie. It definitely counts as one of Hallmark's better efforts. I haven't seen the movie referred to elsewhere - 'Because I Said So' - so this one was refreshingly original for me. The plot for the most part was very believable although I did find it hard to accept how easily Claire gave up on Eric when she found out that her mother had engineered the first meeting. The cast was well chosen and performed excellently. I particularly liked Brenda Strong's character Helen who, as far as I am concerned, was the best one in the movie and Brenda played her superbly. I hope to see more of Brenda's work. It is definitely worth watching again.
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