Friday, July 31, 2015

Hallmark Channel Movie 'Harvest Moon'

MOVIE REVIEW

Movie: Harvest Moon

Network: Hallmark Channel

Original Air Date: October 10, 2015







 



CAST:

Jessy Schram ... Jen Stone
Jesse Hutch ... Brett Jarrett
Willie Aames ... William Stone
Rowen Kahn ... Harry
Barbara Pollard ... Rosie
Lilah Fitzgerald ... Abby








PLOT:

via Hallmark: When her family goes bankrupt, privileged city girl Jen Stone travels to the country to try and fix up a struggling pumpkin farm that her father bought as an investment to get her money back. Not everyone is on board with her changes, least of all Brett, the farm's handsome manager. By working with what she knows best, she discovers the magic of pumpkin skincare and turns the struggling farm around while also falling in love.









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33 comments:

  1. While this movie looks a tad reminiscent of "Growing the Big One," I bet this cast will hit it out of the park.

    I just recently saw Jesse Schram in a super cute movie, "Reluctant Nanny" on PIXL. I am not a Dish customer, but I decided to pay the $2.11 per month ($1.99 plus tax) for the YouTube PIXL channel.

    Just FYI for you, Net, I started noticing on IMDB a couple of Larry Levinson Production movies that weren't showing up on Hallmark Channel and did a little research to see where they were going, if anywhere.

    I'm not sure if there is an official relationship between Hallmark and PIXL, or if Larry Levinson Productions treats both Hallmark and PIXL as possible channels for their films, depending on which ones Hallmark picks up. But I've now watched several movies on the YouTube PIXL channel, and I've been very impressed. Some of the stars and cameo roles have included Teri Polo (multiple Hallmark movies), Cameron Daddo (from A Kiss at Midnight), Corey Sevier (Cedar Cove), Arielle Kebbel (A Bride for Christmas), Adam Mayfield (Matchmaker Santa), and the like.

    Just something for you to check out if you get curious about it.

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    1. I heard of that 'station' and wondered why some of those movies never end up on Hallmark. I did notice some do though.

      Misty

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    2. Yes, I have heard of PIXL! But, thank you for sharing - as I'm sure others here would love to check it out - especially if they do not have any cable service.

      I so wish DirecTV had it - that I almost moved to DISH just to have that station! But, alas... I stayed with DirecTV because DISH had lost some other stations that I liked for a time. Anyway, I hear it's great and I love that it is commercial free. Unfortunately, due to my internet connection I don't think I would enjoy the online service - but it sounds great!

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    3. PIXL is Levinson's network he puts some of his movies on. Dish Network carries it as well however rarely are new movies premiered on it so its not worth paying extra for. Some of the movies on their are just ones he did for Hallmark under a different title. And there's been problems with him refusing to pay his movie writers when he runs the movies on that network.

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    4. Sherry In CaliforniaSunday, October 11, 2015

      I've heard about PIXL in the past, and noticed that quite a few of the movies air there first, before going to Hallmark. Also, some of them have the different titles, as mentioned by Anonymous above. I wasn't aware that there were any movies premiering on PIXL that didn't end up airing on Hallmark (or maybe UP or Ion) at some point. If that's the case, I will definitely check out the PIXL YouTube channel!

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    5. I really want to watch these movies on YouTube PIXL channel but I´m from Austria and youtube won´t play them : "Sorry, this movie is not available in your country"! Does anyone know another platform where I could watch them? Thanks a lot!

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    6. If you plan on checking out the Pixl Youtube channel only pay for it for a month or two. Otherwise its a waste of money. on Because I always see complaints on the PIXL Facebook page about people paying monthly yet it takes 2 or 3 months before a new movie is added and not all the ones that air on the TV channel are available on youtube.

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  2. Thank you for that information. I love all these romantic movie and I've noticed they aren't always coming out on the Hallmark channel.

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    1. Yes, thank you Anonymous above ^ for sharing the great info on PIXL. Wish Hallmark would eventually air all of these movies, too!

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  3. How did you find out about this....the youtube channel....all the actors that you mentioned we enjoy...

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    1. I'm not sure how "Anonymous" heard about it, but I believe I discovered it through doing online searches for Hallmark movies and since they play many of the same movies - that's how I found it!

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  4. Harvest Moon looks like a good one with Jessy & Jessie! Love Jessy Schram as Cinderella on OUAT. She's a breath of fresh air. I know I've seen her in lots of stuff, but has she been in anything else on Hallmark?

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    1. Yes, she was in the Hallmark Hall of Fame movie "A Smile as Big as the Moon", with John Corbett. She portrayed a teacher, who helped to take special needs students to NASA. She seemed very gentle and sweet in that movie, a great character for her.

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    2. Jessy Schram also appeared in the Jane Doe movie series (2005-2008) on Hallmark, as Cathy Davis/Jane Doe's (portrayed by Lea Thompson) daughter.

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  5. What is the song that the little brother sings at the ending? Can I get it anywhere?

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    1. Sweet by Johnny Douglas
      Single Is on itunes

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    2. The song that was playing while they were dancing at the dance. It went this ain't love but it's close enough I'm thinking years from now... It was a country song I need to know the name of it. Please help

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  6. I am also wondering where I can get the song at the end of the movie that the younger brother sings?

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  7. I am also wondering where I can get the song at the end of the movie that the younger brother sings?

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    1. Sweet by Johnny Douglas
      You can but it on itunes

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  8. I cant find the last song they slow danced to. "I love how you laugh" Any suggestions?

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    1. This song was written by Carey Moore and sang by my brother, Josh Rush. I believe the producer was Brian Hitt.

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    2. can you get the lyrics and music somewhere...

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  9. Does anyone know the name of the song in the dance scene? I think the lyrics are something like "I think I'm thinking too much." Thanks!

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  10. The song sung at the end of the movie is "Harvest Moon" by Neil Young. it was produced on his album in 1992.

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  11. Thank you for your reply. The song I am looking for is in the scene in which they go to the dance (not at the end) and the characters are line dancing. It's an upbeat song with the lyrics "I think I'm thinking too much" in it. Can't find it anywhere.

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    1. I'm looking for the song also- if you figure out what it is please please let me know

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    2. Me too, I'm looking for it, so. If anyone can at least give us the name of the singer, it would be great!!!
      I searched for it through lyrics but it got me nowhere T-T

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    3. Hey -
      Don't know if you all have found it yet but I was looking too and found this
      https://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20151011140558AAnkwjo

      The song is Thinkin Too Much by Sean Patrick McGraw

      Doesn't seem to be avaiable to freely stream anywhere - please update if anybody finds anywhere!

      But it's here on itunes :)
      https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/thinkin-too-much-single/id1050339669

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    4. https://play.spotify.com/album/0GEajXCPJ0nBJiu06kVNd4!!!!!

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  12. Does anyone know if this will be coming out on DVD??

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  13. Is this movie anyhow related to the videogame?

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