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Same Time Next Week (2017)

TV-PG | | Comedy, Romance | TV Movie 5 August 2017
A widow and a widower struggle to let go of the past as their friendship blossoms into romance.

Director:

Monika Mitchell

Writers:

Rick Garman (screenplay), Sean King
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Cast

Credited cast:
Travis Milne ... Ryan
Jewel Staite ... Sarah
Chris McNally ... Teddy
James Kirk ... Jeff
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Stephanie Bennett ... Maggie
Jim Calarco ... Cab Driver
Joyce Cyr ... Maid
Glynis Davies ... Ellie
Kate Dion-Richard ... Becky
Janet Glassford Janet Glassford ... Ethel
Marci T. House ... Gloria Navarro
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Storyline

Sara (Jewel Staite) deals with her grief by trying to complete her late husband's bucket list. Injuring herself on one of the tasks leads her to meet Dr. Ryan (Travis Milne). A widower himself, Ryan begins to help Sara complete the bucket list. The two get close and Sara doesn't want to betray her husband's memory, so she stops seeing Ryan. However, Ryan doesn't give up and helps Sara realize that everyone deserves a second chance at love. Written by PIXL

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Genres:

Comedy | Romance

Certificate:

TV-PG

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Oh! Susanna
(uncredited)
Written by Stephen Foster
Performed by Travis Milne and Jewel Staite
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Sweet and sappy
15 September 2020 | by Jackbv123See all my reviews

I like sappy. I prefer to call it tender, as in tender moments.

I love Jewel Staite. Besides being a Firefly alum and Stargate Atlantis, she was well cast for this role. I think she can do that unexpected strength trait well. And it was easy to identify with her pain. Her speech in the second to last scene was a good one.

Travis Milne was solid and Stephanie Bennett played an important role as Sarah's sister-in-law who was unexpectedly hiding her own pain, but only showing a strong face for Sarah.

The relationship between Ryan and Sarah is perfect. They progress from cautious to something deeper seamlessly. It makes sense. Sometimes the progress is shown through little things like the ring.

The story may have a predictable outcome and even some milestones along the way, but it isn't an overused plot line. It's a good story. In addition to tender moments there are some funny moments, but most of them are dry humor and some are funny because of how bad the jokes are (and they are meant to be).

I enjoyed this movie and I'm sure I'll watch it again. If you don't like this kind of movie, then don't watch it, or switch channels, but don't criticize it for being what it was meant to be.


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Country:

Canada

Language:

English

Release Date:

5 August 2017 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Je ne t'oublie pas See more »

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Production Co:

Same Time Productions See more »
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Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

16:9 HD
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