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First of all: Weddings do make people crazy and that's a fact. June weddings are not my favorite part of the year. (Hallmark regular viewer here)
I started this movie with high hopes and I'm actually a little disappointed. The movie in general is not bad, it's okay. But as someone who has watched a lot of these types of movies and pays attention to details I think it wasn't good enough. Something was missing.
Tess was quite cheerful, and at first I was annoyed with her personality until I learn it was all part of the learning process. But after realizing that, I liked her.
Paul Greene isn't my favorite Hallmark guy but then I saw him in a podcast related to When Calls the Heart and discover that I was judging him wrongly. So I was looking forward to see him in another movie with "different eyes". His character, Michael was quite charming but I felt he needed to be funnier, or more outgoing, probably.
The acting of both leads was good. However, there were details throughout the movie that were not believable and some of the acting wasn't convincing. The chemistry wasn't there, they barely looked in the eyes. I don't think I have smiled ONCE and believe me i'm a sucker for romance and very cheerful person. There was one twist in the end that I wasn't expecting but other than that it is predictable, especially the idiot boyfriend who appreciates his work more than the relationship he is in.
If you love weddings watch it, but if June Weddings are not your thing, then don't.
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