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Plot: Nick and Molly, commitment-phobic and busy professionals with little in common, are asked to be the best man and maid of honor at the wedding of their mutual friends, Amy and Jamie.
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low tension Hallmark
Molly Quinn (Danica McKellar) is the maid of honor for her best friend Amy. Amy is marrying James. His best man is Nick Turner (Kavan Smith). Nick is a chef and Molly is not a fan of his cooking. The wedding has to be canceled when Amy’s father loses his money to a crook. There may be a solution with Nick’s estranged father Charlie (Bruce Boxleitner).
The movie suggests such animus between Nick and his father but it does not deliver. Without it, there is no real tension. Of course, no tension is the hallmark of Hallmark. The fighting between Molly and Nick has no real danger either. The difficulty comes when their relationship generates little to no heat. It’s all very low stakes and it comes off bland. Danica McKellar is a good romantic lead. Boxleitner has more to give. This is pretty flat.
Good comeback for Danica
I am afraid I gave poor Danica Mckellar a pretty hard time for her last Hallmark effort, A Crown for Christmas. She was too old for the part, she was not a good match for the fabulous Rupert Penry-Jones, and she wore too much make up. It was just awkward, including her performance. She was excellent in this. This one confirms that casting the two leads makes all the difference. She made a good match for Kavan Smith, who played her love interest. They were both age appropriate for the story and attractive enough, but not drop dead gorgeous. A very pleasant outing.
It was nice to have the drop dead gorgeous one (Christopher Russell) paired with someone else in the secondary romance. His love interest was a mismatch, and sure enough, to my mild surprise, they did not work out their problems, and split up in the end. Bruce Boxleitner was a pleasure to see, as usual.
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 24 min (84 min)
Genre Comedy, Romance
Director Gary Yates
Writer Les Alexander (story), Rob Gilmer (story), Rob Gilmer (teleplay), Julie Sherman Wolfe (teleplay)
Actors Danica McKellar, Kavan Smith, Tammy Gillis, Christopher Russell
Production Company N/A
Sound Mix Stereo
Aspect Ratio 16:9 HD
Film Length N/A
Negative Format N/A
Cinematographic Process N/A
Printed Film Format N/A