Wednesday, May 15, 2013

Hallmark Channel Movie: "Reading, Writing, and Romance"


Reading, Writing, and Romance

Network: Hallmark Channel

Original Air Date: August 10, 2013


Eric Mabius ... Wayne Wenders
Virginia Williams ... Amy Danville
Stefanie Powers ... Brenda
Martin Mull ... Phil
Meredith Baxter ... Elaine
Tiffany Boone ... Jenny
Cassandra Braden ... Loretta
Bart Braverman ... Marty
Courtney Taylor Burness ... Karly
Piper Curda ... Fiona
Dalton Day ... Hunter
Michael Grant ... J.D.
Wyatt Gray ... Student
Mike Grief ... Mr. Peretti
Adam Kulbersh ... Vice Principal Trautman
B.J. Mitchell ... Spencer
Charlene Tilton ... Penny
Amber Sharae Topsy ... Student
Noah Kaye Bentley ... Ice Cream Parlor Boy


A struggling actor takes a job teaching Shakespeare at the local high school to make ends meet. As he starts to fall in love with a fellow teacher and use his theatrical talent to motivate his students to complete a big project, the jealous vice principal cruelly sets out to sabotage his romance and his job, forcing him to face the toughest decision of his life.

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Struggling actor Wayne Wenders is just that…struggling. Ever the optimist Wayne is certain that his big break is just around the corner, but in the meantime, the bills need to be paid. At the urging of family friend and School Principal he reluctantly accepts a substitute teaching job at the Creative Arts and Technology School. Wayne initially falters in this unfamiliar role as he fails to be taken seriously by his students and the particularly watchful eye of the Vice Principal. But with guidance from fellow teacher Ms. Amy Danville, Wayne discovers he is uniquely adept at encouraging his students to enjoy learning by organizing a student film festival. Not only does Wayne win over his classroom but he captures the affection of the lovely Ms. Danville as well. Just as it seems Wayne has settled in he gets the news he’s been waiting for: he’s been offered the lead role in a zombie movie! Unfortunately, filming begins in Canada a week before the school’s festival. Doing the movie means certainly disappointing his students and Amy. Wayne must decide what is most important – pursuit of his lifelong dream or upholding the commitments he’s made.

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  1. This looks like another cute Hallmark Movie. I have been enjoying all of their new movies on Saturday night with Cedar Cove.

  2. I would like to see Stefanie Powers MORE! She is so beautiful and needs to be in MORE movies. Plus, it shows how great older women can look.


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