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  1. Tyler Hynes has quickly become one of my favorite Hallmark leading men. He was his usual charismatic self in Roadhouse Romance, but overall it was a forgettable movie like pretty much every other movie from Hallmark this year. Crashing through the Snow is the only movie so far this year that I would watch again. I have slightly higher hopes for Tyler's Christmas movie since Paul Campbell wrote it. I don't understand why Paul isn't starring in the one he wrote. Instead he's in one with Tamera Mowry-Housley. I guess Hallmark feels like they have to try out different pairings, but I wou
  2. I never felt like Trace and his music fit with this show, so I'm not sad to his character leave. I assume they will put Abby with Robert Buckley instead of the charming teacher, which is a real shame. Jess continues to be one of the most annoying characters I have ever seen on a TV show. I do like how this show doesn't try to shoehorn every character into each episode, unlike When Calls the Heart.
  3. I agree with your two main issues. They really couldn't get any of the actors who played Mick and Olivia's daughters, Duke, or Mick's sister? I really enjoyed the first Wedding March movie because the focus was on Mick and Olivia. Then they faded more and more into the background with each subsequent movie. I watched each movie, but I couldn't tell you anything about 2-5. They didn't need another couple in this one. The focus should have been on Mick and Olivia since it was the last one. I don't think Autumn misunderstood Olivia's advice. It wasn't good advice. Also, Autumn a
  4. A few comments on the new Mystery 101. I was glad they quickly addressed the lack of age difference between Amy and her uncle. I was side-eyeing the casting of Peter Benson for that role until they explained. I laughed out loud at Amy swimming back to the inn. That was a long haul back to the inn in presumably cold water. Speaking of the inn or Kent Lake House or whatever it was called, does Hallmark use that location often? I feel like I've seen that place in at least 2 other movies. Overall, I liked it. I really enjoy Jill and Kristoffer together. I hope the twis
  5. I Want to Marry Ryan Banks is one of my all time favorite TV movies (along with Lucky 7). Since the plot of Love, For Real sounded so similar, I decided not to watch. I didn't think it could measure up. TV movies used to be much higher quality. I don't understand why it is so difficult to get back to that level. Maybe it's because Hallmark & Lifetime emphasize quantity over quality.
  6. Pascale Hutton & Kavan Smith are one of my favorite Hallmark pairings, but You Had Me At Aloha was a letdown. Pascale's character was extremely unlikeable in the early part of the movie (which has been a common theme with the female leads in this year's movies), and that took me out of it. The scenery was nice though. But overall, I preferred the Perfect Bride movies over this one. A couple people mentioned above that they haven't loved a Hallmark movie since Wedding Every Weekend. I agree. I hope we get something with Paul & Kimberley this year, but I haven't heard of anyt
  7. I saw Christmas in July is for the entire month of July. Didn't this used to be a one or two week event? At least there is one new movie sprinkled in. Since it's a month-long event, I hope they include older movies like Trading Christmas that got banished to the app this past holiday season. I really wish Hallmark would make a few Halloween or Thanksgiving movies instead of all Christmas from late October through New Year's.
  8. I was pleasantly surprised by Sonja in this episode. She didn't get drunk at LuAnn's and didn't sexually harass the model. I hate to say this, but I would rather have Dorinda over Leah. Dorinda was at least entertaining and provided us with the crazy Berkshires episodes. I continue to enjoy the shade thrown by the producers like noting that Eboni and Leah only arrived 12 minutes later than Ramona.
  9. I came here to say the exact same thing. I still like Amelia and Link, but mostly I still watch this show out of habit. I can't decide which is worse the later years of ER or the later years of Grey's.
  10. I didn't know I needed Basketball Coach Tyler Hynes in my life until last night. We don't usually see him in athletic wear, so I appreciated that slight variation. I hope he keeps doing Hallmark movies, he just has such a natural charm.
  11. They are going to go the Nathan/Faith route aren't they? And keep Fiona with Hickam. What a waste. For a second there, I thought they were going to full-Hallmark-villain with Nathan when he told Lucas that Elizabeth said she loved him. But then he quickly followed it up with "but not in love with me." Making Nathan a villain would be a far more interesting turn than this show is capable of.
  12. Why would anyone want to work for Bethenny? Who hates themselves that much? I wonder if there is anyone that Bethenny truly respects or at least treats with respect on a regular basis. I hope the winner says "thanks, but no thanks." I think she will keep Nicole for the sake of drama and to have a sparing partner. I don't see how any of these people are qualified to be her VP of Operations. As others have mentioned, it seems like she's actually looking for a social media manager.
  13. Up until last night, I was 99% sure Elizabeth would ultimately pick Nathan. I've changed my mind. I think she will pick Lucas now. I can't even really explain why. Just a feeling. But kudos to the show for actually pulling off a little suspense. They do seem to be setting up Fiona as a viable love interest for someone next season. Please don't saddle her with Hickam. I hope the Carson/Faith breakup sticks. Although did they ever have a conversation that they were ending things, or are both just assuming they are done? As others have mentioned, I was confused by the Can
  14. Why do they keep floating the idea of Fiona and Hickam? (I know it's probably because he is Erin's real-life boyfriend and Erin is a producer so she has some influence.) But it's such a waste of Fiona. I agree that Elizabeth is not very likeable this season. That tends to be the case when shows insist on going the love triangle route. The woman in the middle always ends up looking fickle and self-absorbed. But all I can think watching this play out is that both guys could do better. @norcalgal - I believe there are 3 episodes left this season. I feel like a renewal is inevita
  15. In the end, Allie is going to get exactly what she wants and face zero consequences for her bratty behavior, isn’t she? Early in the episode, Nathan told Elizabeth “you don’t know me at all.” Ain’t that the truth and I’m not even talking about the Jack reveal. These two never talk about anything other than Allie. There is no basis for this relationship but somehow we’re supposed to believe it’s true love.
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