#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – Most commended firefighter Steve Lockwood misses his accidentally killed wife Molly terribly. Taking risks not by the book, the hero gets suspended. His kid brother Frank Lockwood fails to help him date again. Then Steve saves freelance-author Grace Harding’s life ‘accidentally’, passing her house on fire. She’s encouraged to thank him in person, but already engaged with businessman Cliff, who would be perfect if he weren’t almost constantly on business trips.
Plot: With a great career, close friends, and an upwardly mobile fiancé, ‘How To’ book writer Grace (Chandra West) appears to have the perfect life. Meanwhile, local firefighter Steve (Mark Consuelos), having just been suspended for his reckless, yet heroic style, seems to be heading in the opposite direction That is, until a fateful fire rescue fans the flames of attraction and gives them both a new perspective on life.
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Great little gem
I don’t get the rating and some of the reviews on this. It’s one of my favorite ‘lite’ movies. I think the casting is perfect, the acting is good – even some great – moments. In my humble opinion, Cara Pifko and Ennis Esmer delivered some great lines superbly. Cara’s gorgeous and perky. Ennis is funny and self-deprecating. The writing and dialog are very good. And I think the main characters carry off their respective transformations very believably. Kevin Jubinville’s performance is a bit stiff but then his character, Cliff, is a bit phony and stiff. The emotional balance of this movie is much less syrupy than a lot of hallmark types that rate much higher. Certainly well worth the price – I got it from Amazon for under $5. I loved it and highly recommend it as an under-rated gem with a simple message that a lot of people I know could stand to hear.
Banal Script, Flat Acting
The only positives about this movie — and they carry this hunk of junk for about five minutes — are the good looks of the main characters. From minute six onward, you’ll be numbed by the completely unoriginal, shamefully unimaginative script and the amateur, cardboard-like performances of most of the actors. (The only actor with any life to him was the guy who played the brother of the leading man.) The only reason I stayed with this tripe is because I love my wife, she has to see every movie to the end, and I knew it was less than 90 minutes.
Here’s the tired plot: Woman is engaged to guy who is clearly not for her and who keeps taking business calls while he’s with her. At the same time, there’s a widower firefighter who is having trouble coping with the recent loss of his wife. Woman meets him briefly at a bar, and they develop a rapport in about 15 seconds, but then they part. Guess who the woman is going to end up with? Well, we all know but, in case she couldn’t figure it out, she accidentally sets her house on fire and the widower firefighter just happens to be walking by. Coincidence or fate? Are you riveted yet? The writer and director seem to strive to telegraph everything and eschew any level of subtlety. For example, the woman accidentally spills her drink on fireguy’s shirt, and he shrugs it off. Then, about 10 minutes later, she spills a drink on fiancé’s shirt and he moans about his expensive fabric being ruined. She couldn’t have spilled it on his pants or his jacket? No, the director wants to make sure you understand this morality play of his — one’s cool about the shirt, one’s not cool. Get it? Don’t get it.
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 29 min (89 min)
Genre Drama, Romance
Director Craig Pryce
Writer Paul Ruehl (story), Paul Ruehl (teleplay), Ramona Barckert (teleplay)
Actors Mark Consuelos, Chandra West, Cara Pifko, Corbin Bernsen
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