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Jenny is thrilled when her sister Meg, decides to have a destination wedding at an ice hotel. Her sister is just as excited to set Jenny up with the best man, Craig, a widowed (and apparently) single dad who she claims is "perfect" for Jenny. When Jenny arrives at the ice hotel it's even more magical than she had imagined. Jenny's hopes of romance are quickly dashed when she is introduced to Craig's "plus one", Lana who arrives in faux furs and slightly orange from too much self-tanner. Between their mutual excitement over their surroundings and their duties as bridesmaid and best man, Jenny and Craig find themselves constantly thrown together - making it hard for Jenny to ignore their obvious connection as they try everything offered from ice sculpting to dog sledding and even snow tubing. With the wedding just a day away, the cold Lana has been fending off all week takes hold and she returns to California. Before she leaves, Craig has an honest moment with her and admits he doesn't ...Written by
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I love Hallmark movies. I watch any new ones they have for that season and trust there are a lot of them. That being said I saw this one when it premiered. The hotel and scenery is what made this movie. The hotel was awesome not somewhere I would visit since I hate the cold but I thought it was truly exceptional.
Other than the hotel and scenery this movie wasn't anything special. I found it kind of boring. The hotel was the main story for me, the actual movie was more of a backstory for me. This movie was missing something, it's possible it was the chemistry or something. The male main character fell short for me. I didn't enjoy him and I felt like it was a miscast. He was just terribly written he brought some one he was just "friends" with to a romantic weekend. He was just fickle and kind of dumb the whole movie, it became clear to me that I see why he needs help to raise his daughter. He was a moron.
The concept of this movie and story didn't mix well. I don't mind cheesy and predictable romances if it is carried by a good story, good acting and chemistry. Unfortunately, they were missing all that. I'm not sure if hallmark are trying to spit out too many movies in a year that they are sacrificing the quality of movies for the quantity of them.
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