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~ James 1:17

Monday, August 2, 2021

HALLMARK CHANNEL'S NEW FALL HARVEST 2021 MOVIES in September and October! πŸπŸƒπŸ‚ SEE HERE:


Hallmark Crown Media

Get ready to fall for new movies in September and October for Fall Harvest on the Hallmark Channel with Hallmark stars: Nikki DeLoach, Tyler Hynes, Laura Osnes and more! See all the new movie details below...


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FALL HARVEST:


Roadhouse Romance

Premiere Date: Saturday, September 11, 2021 at 9:00 PM / 8:00c

Starring: Lauren Alaina and Tyler Hynes


image: Hallmark Crown Media


Storyline: Country music fan Callie is determined to continue her late grandfather's legacy. While TV director Luke is in town, he teaches her that sometimes it's best to look forward instead of back.


Reviews:

🍁 "I thought Roadhouse Romance was exceptional also, so happy for the good report on it's success." ~Clara

🍁 "I liked Roadhouse Romance. It was different in a good way. No misunderstandings...that twist that always seems to be near the end. Lauren had such a sweet spirit and beautiful smile. She and Tyler were very flirty and playful with each other...loved it! Of course I already knew how beautiful she can sing. So no disappointment there. Tyler was great as always. And it's family friendly! Big plus these days!" ~Joyce in Carolina

🍁 "It was good.. didn't show anyone drinking, but referred to it. But, of course it was centered at a Roadhouse. Actually, it had less than some other Hallmark movies. Other than that, the movie story line was good, the actors were incredible, (Being Lauren Alaina first movie)" ~ Rita Kaye

🍁 "I enjoyed Roadhouse Romance, too. Lauren Alaina was a better actress than Kellie Pickler, although I like them both. I glad that Luke (Hines) was frequently jotting down Grandpa Tucker's words of wisdom." ~Namegirl

🍁 "Roadhouse Romance Kudos to Lauren Alaina - I had never heard of her before and was pleasantly surprised. For a first movie I think her acting was pretty good and her singing was superb. She was a different type physically from the normal Hallmark heroine and it may be because of this that Tyler seemed slightly shrunken and not just as large as life as usual. The banter was good between them but while they felt warm and comfortable in each other's company I couldn't honestly say I felt any sparks. The secondary cast didn't quite live up to expectations. Cassie's ex-boyfriend was slimy, I didn't warm to her sister although I appeciate she had the worry of the failing Roadhouse to contend with, the mother seemed somehow unreal and Luke's partner was cold, manipulative and self-centred. I'm afraid the performances from them were a bit sub-par. It moved along at a fair pace even if the plot about a missing recipe seemed a bit twee. The ending was a bit unsatisfactory. I know Hallmark has a habit of not paying attention to the minor details. That must have been the smallest crowd of 300 at the Festival I have ever seen! Anyway how could the Roadhouse even accomodate this number of people? We saw Luke make a certain deal with his girlfriend and to be fair she kept her part of the bargain. When he returned it looked as if he had broken his promise or at least we weren't aware of any second deal - that is one thing that annoyed me. How they expected the future to pan out wasn't addressed. Normally in Hallmark you expect the relationship to be forever but in this case I was sadly left feeling unsure. Overall I enjoyed the movie with reservations. Tyler displayed his usual acting abilty - I think most would now accept he must be considered Hallmark's leading man" - Florence's rating 7.

🍁 "This movie is soothing for the country soul – with a touch of Southern charm! Lauren Alaina and Tyler Hynes are rather fun together; it was cute to see their playful banter back and forth. Most of all, I liked that Lauren Alaina’s character, Lieutenant Callie Jackson, served in the military and was finally home after two years. It was interesting to see her deal with changes that had occurred since her leaving, especially with an old boyfriend and the decline in customers at Tucker’s Roadhouse, which was her late Grandfather Tucker’s establishment. Overall, I thought Lauren’s acting was okay. I remember when she was on American Idol – so to me, she’s a singer first. I thought she looked the most comfortable when she was on stage (in the movie) singing. While she and Tyler were cute – I actually thought their characters seemed more like friends, at times, than potential love interests. There was also a bit of discussion on-line that the American flag in Tucker’s Roadhouse was improperly displayed behind the stage, but I don’t believe any disrespect was intended. The Union (the blue background portion of the American flag where the 50 stars are sewn or appliqued) is supposed to be on the left, but it was displayed in the movie on the right. Hopefully, they will get this correct in future set displays. Another note, I thought the production quality was mostly good, except whenever the characters were in the car. You could tell they were using a green screen to display the images outside and it looked quite fake. That special effect made the movie seem a bit cheesy; however, all in all, it was an enjoyable story; Tyler Hynes was likeable, as always, and Lauren Alaina was sassy and sweet, plus her singing was lovely. Roadhouse Romance is ideal for a family viewing!" ~Net





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Raise a Glass to Love

Premiere Date: Saturday, September 18, 2021 at 9:00 PM / 8:00c

Starring: Laura Osnes and Juan Pablo Di Pace





Storyline: Aspiring Master Sommelier Jenna returns to her family vineyard to study and is intrigued by the natural methods of the handsome new, Argentinian winemaker, Marcelo.

Review:
🍁 "Watched Raise A Glass To Love and loved it! I fell in love with Laura's co-star. I love kids but it was nice to see a couple, never married, who had never met, develop a relationship. Her parents are regular Hallmark stars. Family friendly!" ~kitkat

🍁 "Raise a Glass to Love - First of all, Laura Osnes was lovely in this movie; I enjoyed seeing her in this beautiful country setting. Overall, it was lighthearted and completely G-rated; however, there was a lot of focus throughout the movie on wine – creating it, drinking it and judging it. No scene went by without the mentioning of wine in some capacity; however, Laura Osnes shined throughout this movie. I only wish we could’ve heard her sing in the vineyard!" ~Net




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Taking The Reins
(Previously: Love at the Steeplechase)


Premiere Date: Saturday, September 25, 2021 at 9:00 PM / 8:00c

Starring: Nikki DeLoach and Scott Porter



Nikki DeLoach - on the set of "Love at the Steeplechase" - via: Instagram



Storyline: A writer goes back to the family ranch to write an article about her passion for horses and discovers what ended her marriage and why she stopped riding horses.



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Love Strikes Twice

Premiere Date: Saturday, October 2, 2021 at 9:00 PM / 8:00c

Starring: Katie Findlay and Wyatt Nash


NOTE: Katie Findlay and Wyatt Nash previously starred together in the 2 part series: "Karen Kingsbury's The Bridge" in 2015. This is not a sequel to that movie; they will be portraying different characters.



Storyline: Maggie (Findlay) and Josh (Nash) are an out-of-sync married couple. Maggie wishes for a do-over and wakes up 15 years earlier. Will she choose Josh again or is an ex-boyfriend her happily ever after?



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South Beach Love

Premiere Date: Saturday, October 9, 2021 at 9:00 PM / 8:00c

Starring: Taylor Cole and William Levy





Storyline: From New York Times Bestselling Author Caridad PiΓ±eiro and Hallmark Publishing comes a story about rival quinceaΓ±eras, glorious Cuban cooking, friendship, family ties – and romance.



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Advice to Love By
(Previously: Flirting With Romance)


Premiere Date: Saturday, October 16, 2021 at 9:00 PM / 8:00c

Starring: Erinn Westbrook and Brooks Darnell


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Storyline: When a “love advice” author (Westbrook) crosses paths with a dating columnist (Darnell), an attraction begins to blossom into more. As both use strategies from their own playbooks to win over the other, is it possible that they’ve both met their match?



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So... what do you think of these NEW upcoming movies for Fall Harvest? I am especially excited about the horse movie with Nikki DeLoach. I guess my heart is always in the country. Please share which movie you are looking forward to.

Please note: If you'd like to post a review on whether a film is family-friendly, please share in comments below.

Blessings, Net



My Favorite Fall Harvest DVD's - from Amazon:
(click on your favorite DVD below for order details!)



23 comments:

  1. What’s about Finding Love in Mountain View

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    1. I added info for that movie above. It's nice to see it's finally coming. I have a link to a post I did on the movie last year - updated with the new premiere date.

      https://itsawonderfulmovie.blogspot.com/2020/08/finding-love-in-mountain-view-movie-hallmark-channel-danielle-c-ryan.html

      Delete
  2. Would Roadhouse Romance will be similar to Country at Heart?

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  3. The blurb on Love At The Steeplechase is ambiguous.

    I love ex-partmers re-uniting but it isn't clear whether the hero is her ex-husband.

    If it's not I'll pass on this one - Florence

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  4. Finding Love in Mountain View will September 19, 2021 on HMM

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  5. Thanks for the update!

    Misty

    ReplyDelete
  6. What’s about Colora of Love?

    Starring Jessica Lowndes & Chad Michael Murday

    ReplyDelete
  7. They all sound like great films.

    denise

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  8. The fall harvest lineup is looking good so far. I expect we will have more than 3.

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  9. The 1st 3 sound fall, the last 3 not so much. but thats hallmark for you.

    Sabrina

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  10. Love Strikes Twice

    It’s an original title for Raising Up With Smiling Face

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  11. Can't get my head around all these new announcements from Hallmark at the minute.

    It's a long time since we've seen Kate Findlay and Wyatt Nash but The Bridge is one of my all time favourite Hallmark productions.

    No so sure about Love Strikes Twice, not a great fan of plots where they wake up some years earlier and have the chance to change their future - Florence

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  12. I think for most of these it's going to be a case of wait and see.

    A lot will depend on how the star actors in each film interact - Florence

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  13. Seems to be either a feast or famine with Hallmark.

    From September 11 there will be 2 new movies every week up to nearly the end of october - Florence

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  14. Has there ever been a Fall Harvest movie on Hallmark Channel that was filmed in the United States of America?

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  15. Juan Pablo Di Pace is Kimmy’s Husband in Fuller House

    Another Full/Fuller House co-Stars in Hallmark movies:
    Candace Cameron Bure
    Jodie Sweetin
    Marla Sokoloff
    Juan Pablo Di Pace
    Lori Loughlin

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  16. I hope there’s another Fall Harvest Movies about Chinese Family make mooncakes during Mid Autumn Festival for Hallmark

    ReplyDelete
  17. Hallmark changes the title from Flirting With Romance to Advice to Love By

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    1. Thank you for the tip on the title change! I changed it above and in other locations - Movie Schedule & New TV Movies!

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  18. Roadhouse Romance

    Kudos to Lauren Alaina - I had never heard of her before and was pleasantly surprised.

    For a first movie I think her acting was pretty good and her singing was superb.

    She was a different type physically from the normal Hallmark heroine and it may be because of this that Tyler seemed slightly shrunken and not just as large as life as usual.

    The banter was good between them but while they felt warm and comfortable in each other's company I couldn't honestly say I felt any sparks.

    The secondary cast didn't quite live up to expectations.

    Cassie's ex-boyfriend was slimy, I didn't warm to her sister although I appeciate she had the worry of the failing Roadhouse to contend with, the mother seemed somehow unreal and Luke's partner was cold, manipulative and self-centred.

    I'm afraid the performances from them were a bit sub-par.

    It moved along at a fair pace even if the plot about a missing recipe seemed a bit twee.

    The ending was a bit unsatisfactory.

    I know Hallmark has a habit of not paying attention to the minor details.

    That must have been the smallest crowd of 300 at the Festival I have ever seen! Anyway how could the Roadhouse even accomodate this number of people?

    We saw Luke make a certain deal with his girlfriend and to be fair she kept her part of the bargain.

    When he returned it looked as if he had broken his promise or at least we weren't aware of any second deal - that is one thing that annoyed me.

    How they expected the future to pan out wasn't addressed.

    Normally in Hallmark you expect the relationship to be forever but in this case I was sadly left feeling unsure.

    Overall I enjoyed the movie with reservations.

    Tyler displayed his usual acting abilty - I think most would now accept he must be considered Hallmark's leading man - Florence's rating 7.

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    1. Florence, What a excellent review! You always make such wonderful points regarding each character. Plus, I love the addition of your point score - my family and I used to keep a list and we would give a score after each one. Not sure when we stopped doing that, but it was always fun to see what everyone thought. 7 is an ideal score for this one.

      I added your review above ^!

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  19. 🍁 Raise a Glass to Love - Movie Review:

    First of all, Laura Osnes was lovely in this movie; I enjoyed seeing her in this beautiful country setting. Overall, it was lighthearted and completely G-rated; however, there was a lot of focus throughout the movie on wine – creating it, drinking it and judging it. No scene went by without the mentioning of wine in some capacity; however, Laura Osnes shined throughout this movie. I only wish we could’ve heard her sing in the vineyard! ~Net

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  20. 🍁 Roadhouse Romance - Movie Review:

    This movie is soothing for the country soul – with a touch of Southern charm! Lauren Alaina and Tyler Hynes are rather fun together; it was cute to see their playful banter back and forth. Most of all, I liked that Lauren Alaina’s character, Lieutenant Callie Jackson, served in the military and was finally home after two years. It was interesting to see her deal with changes that had occurred since her leaving, especially with an old boyfriend and the decline in customers at Tucker’s Roadhouse, which was her late Grandfather Tucker’s establishment. Overall, I thought Lauren’s acting was okay. I remember when she was on American Idol – so to me, she’s a singer first. I thought she looked the most comfortable when she was on stage (in the movie) singing. While she and Tyler were cute – I actually thought their characters seemed more like friends, at times, than potential love interests. There was also a bit of discussion on-line that the American flag in Tucker’s Roadhouse was improperly displayed behind the stage, but I don’t believe any disrespect was intended. The Union (the blue background portion of the American flag where the 50 stars are sewn or appliqued) is supposed to be on the left, but it was displayed in the movie on the right. Hopefully, they will get this correct in future set displays. Another note, I thought the production quality was mostly good, except whenever the characters were riding in a car, you could tell they were using a green screen to display the images outside and it looked quite fake. That special effect made the movie seem a bit cheesy; however, all in all, it was an enjoyable story: Tyler Hynes was likeable, as always, and Lauren Alaina was sassy and sweet, plus her singing was lovely. Roadhouse Romance is ideal for a family viewing! ~Net

    ReplyDelete

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