Cast: Rachel Boston, Niall Matter and Alan Thicke
Release Date: June 10, 2016
Movie Description: Anna’s Aunt Belle, is marrying Clay’s movie star father Sean. Together they team up to try to stop the wedding, but over time their feelings for each other start to grow.
- Anna’s clothes were super cute. I loved the red dress she wore to the gala.
- Sean’s assistant, Jake. His character was enjoyable.
- I’m a big fan of Hallmark star, Niall Matter. He continued to impress me with his character, Clay. The breakfast scene after Anna and Clay share a kiss in the elevator was adorable, the smile that was on Clay’s face was infectious.
- Toward the end of the movie when Clay is at the airport, because of his misunderstanding of Anna’s phone call. Anna arrives to get him, by purchasing a ticket that day. They have a small argument and Anna leaves. The lady sitting by who hears this conversation was a gem. She punches Clay in the arm and scolds him to go after her, saying that purchasing a ticket same day couldn’t have been cheap. This lady had like 10 seconds of TV time, but still manages to be one of my favorite characters.
- Aunt Suzie’s bridesmaid dress was perfection.
- I know this is just a movie, but all the wedding planning they managed to do last minute, was totally unrealistic.
- Speaking of unrealistic. The spot where Anna happened to park her car at the airport, when she was there to get Clay. Now, really. All the airports I’ve been to never have parking that close to the doors. They have the drop off spots, but nowhere that close to actually park your car.
Overall, the story wasn’t my favorite that Hallmark has brought to my TV screen. However, I did happen to enjoy some of the characters. I thought that acting was good throughout the movie and the chemistry between Anna and Clay was believable.
Would I recommend this movie to others? I would say it’s a movie to watch if you are a Hallmark lover, as myself and want to view everything Hallmark brings to us. Otherwise, I would say skip it.
My Rating: 3/5 (Good)