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It's the Valentine's Day weekend. Mick Turner and Olivia Pershing of the Willow Lake Inn, which is doing booming business in their bread and butter of weddings, are taking a break if only to spend a romantic weekend together, beyond preparing for the Valentine's Day benefit concert at which Mick and his band will be performing, Mick who has a special surprise prepared for Olivia at the concert. Their romantic weekend is put on hold with the unexpected arrival of three couples. The first is Olivia's thrice divorced, hyper-critical mother Nora Winters, and her current boyfriend, Johnny. Nora, who disliked Mick when he and Olivia dated in college but who had changed her opinion of him when they recently reunited, may have changed her mind once again in believing that Olivia is "settling" in she and Mick not having gotten married, something Nora felt the need to tell Olivia in person. The second is Mick's daughter, Julia Turner, and her boyfriend, Wyatt. Julia's surprise visit home in the...Written by
(First, I'll comment about the "wig." I saw their interview on The Today Show and I believe that is actually her hair. In certain shots you can even see her dark roots. She has just processed it into straw unfortunately.)
For the movie, it's a typical Hallmark movie, sweet, happy ending and safe to watch with your kids and your mother. Decent acting, decent storyline, decent dialog.
The fun comes from those of us that watched Melrose Place and seeing these two together again after all these years.
My only negative is that this is supposed to be taking place in New England in February (Valentine Day) and therefore everything should be covered in snow and not green! The pond wasn't even frozen!
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