Thursday, April 28, 2022

🌞 Hallmark's June "Summer Nights" 2022 Movie Schedule is Here! 🌞 SEE DETAILS:




ET has revealed... the Hallmark Channel will have four new "Summer Nights" themed movie premieres this June, while Hallmark Movies & Mysteries will have one new premiere with a heartwarming message. Look for Ashley Williams, Ryan Paevey, Erica Durance, Benjamin Ayres, Heather Hemmens and more.

Check out the details below...



Hallmark Channel's 2022 Summer Nights in June:
All premieres are at 8 p.m. ET/PT.




Movie: Hidden Gems

Starring: Hunter King and Beau Mirchoff

Premieres: Saturday, June 4, 2022





Storyline: While prepping for her sister’s wedding, Addie (King) loses her grandmother’s ring in the waters of Hawaii. She hires dive instructor Jack (Mirchoff) to search for her lost treasure. They immediately clash with each other when Addie insists she go on the pursuit with Jack. Once they come to an agreement, Jack ends up serving as Addie’s tour guide of the island’s hidden gems.

Movie Reviews:

🌊 "Hidden Gems is family friendly. Addison “Addie” Watson’s family heirloom is her Grandma’s ring was founded by her Grandfather whose was served in The Philippines. Her family trips to Hawaii for Addiie’s Sister; Kate & her fiancΓ©’s wedding day. Addie’s ring called; “Sea of Pearl”, was lost in the ocean during paddled yoga. It’s made by Addie’s Grandpa for her Grandma. She meets Jack on his yacht πŸ›₯ called Gem of the Ocean because it’s his day off. Addie begs him to find her ring. Jack & Addie go scuba diving to look for the ring with metal detector & scooper. Jack finds the ring πŸ’ for Addie but it’s not its. The guy with metal detector with scooper finds Addie’s ring under the sand since tide during midnight hunt. He shows Addie’s ring to Jack. Addie wanna stay in Hawaii to become marine biologist where’s dolphin 🐬 & aquarium is. Jack put Addie’s ring πŸ’ on her finger on his yacht. ~Anonymous"


🌊 "Hidden Gems has a lot of perkiness (some of which can be really annoying), the acting is a bit weird and stilted quite a lot of the time, it feels weirdly written, and yet it's also clean. And that means me taking a risk in watching this without reading a review the next day was worth it in the end, which is a big win with this network now." -Maria


🌊 "Happy to report that Hidden Gems is family friendly! As for the quality of the movie, it was a little slow at the beginning and the acting in the opening flashback was pretty bad. However, the lead actress was very likable, and once she met her leading man, it was a very cute movie. They had good chemistry and their first meeting was very funny. It was wonderful also to see how close the Watson family was. No sister bridezilla like in some sister of the bride movies. One other thing that may be a small pet peeve to some people but mattered to me: they talk a lot about the grandmother believing magic and talking about magic and at one point it sounded kind of like new age beliefs. I would have preferred faith or hope or something like "grandma said the ring would lead me to my true love " Just my personal preference, but I thought others might share my feelings! Overall it was a sweet summer rom com. Oh, and they do talk about sailing around the world together, and I wish there was a "one year later" clip to show they get married first." ~melnewlife


🌊 "Hidden Gems – I wasn’t expecting to enjoy this movie as much as I did, but I really-really liked it. It was sweet to see how much the family cared about one another and how important Addie‘s grandmother’s ring was to her. Addie enlists a local scuba diver, Jack, to help her find the ring and I enjoyed watching the two get to know more about one another – each time they did a search. There was something extra special about their chemistry and the way Jack was willing to give something important to him – in order to retrieve Addie’s ring. This movie was, indeed, a hidden gem! I hope many will discover this family friendly Summer Nights movie and enjoy!" ~Net


🌊 "I wanted to try the Summer Nights movies cause I was happy that they have finally gone back to the location Summer Nights movies, I liked the year they had the one with Catherine Bell and Cameron Mathison, and then the Pearl in Paradise, i think that was the year they did the movie on the cruise ship with the Pena Vegas. But anyway, i like the Summer Nights when they go to Summer Places. So I wanted to try and watch Hidden Gems and Carribean Summer (those are the only 2 I can muster up the interest to watch cause Moriah's lighthouse looks boring and all the accents, and I am not a fan of Ashley Williams so i know I wont watch the 2 tickets movie). So I watched the 1st movie Hidden Gems and it was....... So GOOD. I loved the movie, saved it and will watch again. I know Hunter King from soaps, and she is a good actress. I didnt know the male lead but i liked him. I liked everyone in the movie (although the parents seemed stiff and unnatural). I liked that the movie seemed realistic, the family all banded together to help Kate with her big break in designing and that left Addie to leave her dream and they did rely on her so much so it was hard to even talk about wanting to go back to her dream. (Review may contain Spoilers) She was so grateful to be given the opportunity and it was hard to leave it cause it would have certainly meant a big future of fame, money and all that. But she wanted to live her dream and meeting Jack showed her that. And Jack gave up going on his around the world trip for now, by paying for her ring founded by the (bad) guy. But they said they would go together. it was a really good movie, no over the top bride, just a small wedding in Hawaii with the family and i loved it. Nothing really seemed hard to believe, i am sure people lose things in the water and they have someone find it. Only thing, i am sure the family had to have some money, couldnt they have paid Jack back? Maybe they did. Her sister was a designer that people supposedly loved. But Jack wanted to spend that money on Addie's ring cause it meant something to him cause it was so important to her. I will let you guys know when i watch Caribbean Summer. It looks really good, but right now I am LOVING Hidden Gems." ~Anonymous


🌊 "Just watched Hidden Gems and I LOVED it so much!! My mom did, too. It's so cute and funny and lovely. That main couple were great at bantering and really PERFECT together. Really good chemistry. It's suddenly one of my favorites. I highly recommend it. Very family friendly. Good family moments. I can't say enough." ~Lady Jane


🌊 "I've seen so many amazing Hallmark movies lately: "Caribbean Summer" and "Hidden Gems" were fun, fun, fun." ~Amy G.




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Movie: Caribbean Summer

Starring: Heather Hemmens and Ser'Darius Blain

Premieres: Saturday, June 11, 2022





Storyline: Jade (Hemmens), a morning news producer, is forced to take a vacation after an embarrassing gaffe during a live broadcast. She arrives to a relaxing Caribbean island, but Jade’s trip gets off to a rocky start thanks to a snafu involving the house she rented for her stay. Serendipitously, Jade manages to turn things around and begins a romantic Caribbean adventure with the legitimate owner of the house, a mysterious man named Ford (Blain). As Jade slowly lets her guard down and welcomes all that the island, its people, and her handsome host have to offer, her heart and job come into direct conflict when she finds out the true backstory of the man she’s falling for -- and it’s a career-defining scoop.

Movie Reviews:

🌞 "Caribbean Summer was better than expected. Family friendly. Really enjoyed background music." ~JoCo

🌞 "Caribbean Summer this was a great movie, Heather Hemmens was a great lead, its great she's staying with hallmark. Ser'Darius Blane grew on me as the movie was going on. I loved the twist it was really well done. Once she starts to recognize him the movie turns from eh, to good. The first 40 mins, aren't great but keep watching it gets a lot better. the last 2/3 were great. 6.25/10" ~Brenny

🌞 "I've seen so many amazing Hallmark movies lately: "Caribbean Summer" and "Hidden Gems" were fun, fun, fun. Heather Hemmins was absolutely radiant in "C.S." " ~Amy G.




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Movie: Moriah's Lighthouse

Starring: Rachelle Lefevre and Luke Macfarlane

Premieres: Saturday, June 18, 2022





Storyline: Based on the book series by Serena Miller. Moriah (Lefevre) is a woodworking artisan living in a French, seaside town, who dreams of restoring the local lighthouse. When Ben (Macfarlane), an American architect, comes to town, it seems as though her dreams will never become reality after she learns he’s there to give the lighthouse a makeover… but for another buyer.


Movie Reviews:

🌞 "Moriah’s Lighthouse is family friendly & it’s so beautiful movie. (Review may contain Spoilers!) It’s based on the book by Serena B. Miller. It’s finally have subtitles for someone who speaks French. Castel Beau Site (Castle Beau Site) is a Hotel owned by Katherine Beaufort. Moriah Beaufort is her Niece.They meet Benjamin “Ben”McCain is an American architect. Lighthouse Kreper is private property is near the lighthouse Nicholas & Katherine knew each other for 39 years. Ben needs to read French sign: Veuillez Ne Pas Supercharger Le Circuit Electrique Merci that causes crackling power issue. Moriah asks Ben about French Translation App (French-English). Nicolas & Ben talk each other to manage to keep lighthouse & get a chance to remodeling. Ben finds Secret Room in the basement with Moriah & they find love letters that belong to her Grandpa. Lighthouse Keeper was belong to her Grandparents’ family whose was a sole keeper of Lighthouse Keeper. Nicholas & Katherine are getting married & off to their Honeymoon. Moriah goes to the Lighthouse for signal. Lighthouse Keeper is Moriah’s when Nicholas hands lighthouse keeper key to her." ~Anonymous

🌞 "Moriah’s Lighthouse is family friendly & it’s marvelous & beautiful movie. (Review may contain Spoilers!) Lighthouse was rebuilt in 1946 after its was destroyed during the war & in France, they owned by Government but the lighthouse keeper can be purchased Moriah’s Father’s family lived in lighthouse keepe since the day it’s built. They’re keeper of the lighthouse. Moriah’s Mother’s family opened the Inn in 1920s as boarding house. Lighthouse keeper is private property. Moriah’s Aunt Katherine Beaufort owns Castle Beau Site (Castel Beau Site) Moriah’s Father’s family, The Beauforts were sole keepers of the lighthouse. The lighthouse keeper could be remodeling when Ben finds a secret room in the basement at the lighthouse keeper with Moriah. They find an old love letters that belong to Moriah’s Grandparents named Rene but goes by his middle name was Jean-Paul & Adrienne. Although, Moriah & Ben visit Moriah’s Grandma Adrienne’s Niece’s house whose lives in the house all of those years on the path by the love rock in the ocean.. The lighthouse keeper can be restore a new one to renovation to prevent from tide or tsunami so, the lighthouse keeper is belong to Moriah in her family generation. Ben aboard ferry when the guy talking about the stories so, he comes back to Moriah at the lighthouse." ~Anonymous

🌞 "Just watched Moriah's Lighthouse. I thought it was a lovely movie. Very picturesque." ~JohnI

🌞 "I am happy to share that Moriah's Lighthouse is very clean and family friendly and it was a wonderful movie!" ~Grace

🌞 "Moriah's Lighthouse was super family friendly. Loved every bit of it. From the charming and beautiful French coastal town to all the friendly people. It was a delight to see. Great job picking Luke to play the part. If I had the time I would watch it twice, but I'm in the middle of getting our house sold. But I'll definitely buy it when on DVD. Hope everyone gets to enjoy it. It won't disappoint! God bless! Now I'm tempted to go to Panera for a baguette and coffee. Haha!" ~Abigail

🌞 "I have watched Moriah's Lighthouse 3 times already. Obviously, I really like the movie. I saw nothing bad in it so I'd say it is family friendly. Hope it comes out on dvd soon." ~Anonymous





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Movie: Two Tickets to Paradise

Starring: Ashley Williams, Ryan Paevey and Mary-Margaret Humes

Premieres: Saturday, June 25, 2022





Storyline: Two strangers meet on what feels like the worst day of their lives. Hannah (Williams) and Josh (Paevey) have both been stood up at the altar. While shocked and devastated, they happen to meet at the park, which turns out to be the morale boost they need to commit to taking their honeymoon vacations. They realize they are going to the same honeymoon resort and keep crossing paths in tropical paradise. Seeing the futility of fighting fate, Hannah and Josh eventually join forces and help learn from one other to enjoy their vacations.

Movie Reviews:

🌞 "ALERT - Two Tickets to Paradise has a gay couple in it...I am so tired of having to be on guard with Hallmark movies!!!" ~Anonymous

🌞 "Two Tickets to Paradise - Not family friendly. Homosexual couple throughout movie, played very stereotypical. Such a shame because rest of movie is delightful." Candy

🌞 "Two Tickets to Paradise is not family friendly. Josh Wyatt & Hannah are both stood up at the altar by their Hannah Holt’s fiancΓ© named Marcus Roberson & Josh Wyatt’s fiancΓ©e named Becca. They ahead off to their solo honeymoon in Hawaii that where Josh & Hannah are both staying at same hotel resort called; “Paradiso IPO”. Josh & Hannah meet Kailani & Josh & Hannah are both end up in Hawaii & same Hotel Suite that called it fate. Josh & Hannah meet gey marriage couple named Nick & Cal who give them recommendations as such as 3 legged race, jungle bungalow, & Turtle Canyon where they go scuba diving to swim with turtles & dolphins. Josh & Hannah go to haunted Hawaiian tour when Brandon tells the ghost stories. Josh goes Surfing. Josh &!Hannah meet up with Alice when Alice owns Tiki Bar. Marcus arrived in Hawaii to see Hannah. Hannah goes hula dance lesson, & Josh & Hannah go kayaking. Thru drink coconut πŸ₯₯ , pineapple 🍍, mango πŸ₯­. Marcus & Hannah made leis. Josh & Hannah go home from Hawaii. 1 year later, they get married in Hawaii" ~Anonymous

🌞 “Two Tickets To Paradise I almost feel I should apolgise to everyone here for my review of this but all you can do is give your honest opinion. I'm not a great Ashley Williams fan - her usual wide-eyed ingenuous look can be very irritating although I really enjoyed her performance with Corey Sevier in The Northern Lights Of Christmas. I had my doubts about the pairing with Ryan Paevey but I have to say it worked well and they were great together. There were also great acting roles from the receptionist who took Hannah "under her wing" and from Josh's long-time friend. It was a well-scripted movie, the situations were appealing and humorous throughout right from their initial meeting when both had just been jilted "at the altar". A shirtless Ryan Paevey was worth watching and the scenery in general was beautiful. it was just unfortunate that they had to have 2 gay men on their honeymoon - it made me uncomfortable when they touched but in all honesty they were actually very likeable people and did add something to the scenes they were in. Whenever Hannah's ex-fiance turned up she made a point of telling him he would have to sleep on the sofa. I suppose it's naive in this day and age that an engaged couple wouldn't sleep together but I did think Hallmark didn't need to put this up front. I'd rate this a 7.5 - if it wasn't for the family-unfriendly aspects I would have given it a 9 because it was one of Hallmark's best movies this year” – Florence

🌞 "Wish I had read this before I started the movie "Two Tickets to Paradise," but I forgot! So 25 minutes into a cute movie, I'm blindsided by two men kissing, then asking Hannah if she is waiting for her husband or her wife. Stopped there, so I don't know what else happened later." ~Anonymous




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Hallmark Movies & Mysteries June Movie Premiere:
(All premieres are 9 p.m. ET/PT.)



Movie: Color My World With Love

Starring: Lily D. Moore, Erica Durance, Benjamin Ayres and David DeSanctis

Premieres: Sunday, June 12, 2022




Storyline: Kendall (Moore) is a talented artist with Down syndrome who, thanks to the support of her mother, Emma (Durance), and grandmother, Bev (Karen Kruper), Kendall is happy and thriving. Her life takes an exciting turn when she meets Brad (DeSanctis) in a cooking class at the local center for diverse learners and romance blooms. Emma has spent the last 22 years trying to protect her daughter and has reservations about this new relationship, especially when it quickly moves in a serious direction. With the help of Nic (Ayres), a longtime family friend of Brad’s, Emma slowly accepts that Kendall is ready to -- and should -- live her own life.

Movie Review:

🌞 "Color My World of Love is family friendly & wonderful movie. (Review may contain Spoilers) Kendall is an expert painter to create with Down Syndrome. She met Brad Garrison in Cooking Class, they’re sweetheart. Her overprotective Mother named Emma to look after her Daughter; Kendall for over 22 years. Nic is Brad’s family friendly to look after him. Nic works at Martin Estates & Emma works at Prep Designs. Brad proposes Kendall with toy ring unless Kendall’s Grandma & Kendall go to the Jewelry store to resize Kendall’s ring. It’s Brad & Kendall’s Wedding Day alongside their friends named Sarah as Maid of Honor & James as Best Man are also Down Syndrome. The Family & friends are at Brad & Kendall’s Reception. They’re all dancing at the end of the movie." ~Anonymous

🌞 "I think that Color My World Of Love was a great movie" ~Chris

🌞 "I've seen so many amazing Hallmark movies lately: "Color my World with Love" was beautiful. I laughed and I cried and I was very entertained and blessed by it. Erica Durance and Ben Ayres had realllllly good chemistry together, which was awesome." ~Amy G.





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Some of the Summer Night's movies sound like they could be fun, but I'm most intrigued by the uplifting and touching story in Color My World With Love.

Which movie (or movies) sounds interesting to you? Please share your thoughts on the new June movies in comments below...

Note: I haven't pre-screened these movies. If you like, you can share a movie review in comments after the movie premieres. Thank you!

Blessings to you all, Net

34 comments:

  1. I'm so excited for these movies, a lot of new faces and Mcfarlene and Hemmens are some of my favorites. I really don't like Peavy

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  2. Having looked up the actors I didn't know on IMDb I'm sorry to say but this looks like it's going to be a dismal Summer Nights series.

    The only movie which looks interesting is Two Tickets To Paradise but even that is going to depend on how Ashley Williams and Rtan Paevey interact with each other - Florence

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    1. Same here. I kept reading the cast for each project thinking 'who is that' over and over.

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  3. Looks like some good movies. Love Ashley Williams, Luke MacFarlane and of course Ryan Paevey. I'm interested to see Hunter King, which I think is her first Hallmark movie. I enjoyed watching her as Summer on Young & The Restless.

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    1. I didn't care for Hunter King on Y and R. I wont be watching😞

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    2. O.K. Why did you feel the need to tell me this, haha

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    3. Marlena, I hope you enjoy the new Hallmark movie with Hunter! It's fun to see someone we've enjoyed in a prior show - in something new! Hopefully, you'll like this just as much!

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  4. Color My World With Love looks like the best option to me, too. The others look like same-o same-o, just with a different destination.

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    1. So true. Hallmark needs to get better story lines. It's usually someone going home to save a family business, or falling back in love with their first bf or gf. Or the classic, pretending to be in a relationship with someone, only to actually fall in love. Like they say, there is 50 Hallmark actors and 3 storylines, lol

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    2. I actually don't mind this - I love those themes and it's how the lead actors interact together and interpret the roles which make or break the movie - Florence

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  5. At least they seem like true summer nights movies, like in the carribean and hawaii. I wonder if there will be summer nights after christmas in july? I always liked when they started summer nights after christmas in july and it went into august.

    I want more summer holiday themed movies like 4th of July, barbeques, Labor day barbeques. There are a couple 4th of july movies but not enough.

    Hunter King is great, although I dont like Summer Newman from Y&R.

    Sabrina

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    1. Sabrina, Same here! I like the double dose of Summer Nights split up with Christmas in July in the middle. It actually makes the Summer feel even longer, which I love! Hope they plan on doing that again this time.

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  6. Looks like some great movies for the season.

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  7. Moriah's Lighthouse is my top pick. I've seen Rachelle Lefevre in shows on other networks before and just love her! So glad she is doing a Hallmark movie. But I'll be watching all of them.

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  8. I can’t wait to see this one!

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  9. Joyce in CarolinaSunday, May 01, 2022

    Color My World With Love is the best option I think. Will definitely be a different story line and that's a good thing. David DeSanctis played opposite Kristoffer Polaha in Where Hope Grows and he was amazing. That was a great movie, but not for younger audiences. I think David will be great in this movie too.

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    1. Joyce, Thank you for sharing this! I've been wondering about the movie Where Hope Grows for some time. I really need to check it out soon. So glad you mentioned it! :)

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  10. Joyce in CarolinaWednesday, May 04, 2022

    Oh Net out must see Where Hope Grows. Brooke Burns and Danica McKellar are in the movie too. The reason I said it's not for younger audiences is the subject matter not because of violence or nudity. It's such a heart warming story of love and redemption. I hope you can see it soon. Blessing to you my friend!

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  11. Hallmark Movies & Mysteries June Movie Premiere:
    (All premieres are 9 p.m. ET/PT.)



    Movie: Color My World With Love

    Starring: Lily D. Moore, Erica Durance, Benjamin Ayres and David DeSanctis

    Premieres: Saturday, June 12, 2022 <—

    It’s supposed to be Sunday?

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    1. Thank you for letting me know. I corrected it above and changed Saturday to Sunday.

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  12. Happy to report that Hidden Gems is family friendly! As for the quality of the movie, it was a little slow at the beginning and the acting in the opening flashback was pretty bad. However, the lead actress was very likable, and once she met her leading man, it was a very cute movie. They had good chemistry and their first meeting was very funny. It was wonderful also to see how close the Watson family was. No sister bridezilla like in some sister of the bride movies. One other thing that may be a small pet peeve to some people but mattered to me: they talk a lot about the grandmother believing magic and talking about magic and at one point it sounded kind of like new age beliefs. I would have preferred faith or hope or something like "grandma said the ring would lead me to my true love " Just my personal preference, but I thought others might share my feelings! Overall it was a sweet summer rom com. Oh, and they do talk about sailing around the world together, and I wish there was a "one year later" clip to show they get married first.

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    1. melnewlife, I appreciate your review and mentioning the details behind the magic of the ring. That kind of story matters to me, too. I also dislike when they use the Universe in replacement for God. That's always a turn-off for me.

      Thank you for sharing this wonderful review with us! I posted your comment above. ^

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  13. Color my World sounds like something different and something I would like to see. Looking forward to it.

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  14. Caribbean Summer this was a great movie, Heather Hemmens was a great lead, its great she's staying with hallmark. Ser'Darius Blane grew on me as the movie was going on. I loved the twist it was really well done. Once she starts to recognize him the movie turns from eh, to good. The first 40 mins, aren't great but keep watching it gets a lot better. the last 2/3 were great. 6.25/10

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    1. Brenny, Thank you for sharing this great review for Caribbean Summer with us - and including your rating, too! Good to know the movie was better as it progressed.

      I posted your review above! ^
      Again, thank you! :)

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  15. Two Tickets to Paradise - Not family friendly. Homosexual couple throughout movie, played very stereotypical. Such a shame because rest of movie is delightful. Candy

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    1. Candy, I wanted to let you know... I'm truly grateful for your review of Two Tickets to Paradise. Thank you so much for taking the time to inform us.

      I posted your review above. Bless you!

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    2. Wish I had read this before I started the movie "Two Tickets to Paradise," but I forgot! So 25 minutes into a cute movie, I'm blindsided by two men kissing, then asking Hannah if she is waiting for her husband or her wife. Stopped there, so I don't know what else happened later.

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    3. Anonymous, I appreciate you sharing these extra details. I had no idea about the kiss, but I'm glad you are informing others before watching. Thank you so much.

      I added your review above. ^

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  16. I haven't watched but only one movie and that was Two Tickets to Paradise. Love Ashley Williams but wasn't sure how she and Ryan Peavey would interact. They were great together. There were many, many laugh out loud moments. An overall very cute movie.

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  17. Just watched Hidden Gems and I LOVED it so much!! My mom did, too. It's so cute and funny and lovely. That main couple were great at bantering and really PERFECT together. Really good chemistry. It's suddenly one of my favorites. I highly recommend it. Very family friendly. Good family moments. I can't say enough.

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    1. Lady Jane, Thank you for sharing this wonderful review for Hidden Gems! I, too, just fell in love with this movie and honestly, based on the previews, I wasn't expecting to. So glad to hear how much you enjoyed it, as well.

      I shared your delightful review above. Again, thank you for sharing with us! :)

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  18. Two Tickets To Paradise

    I almost feel I should apolgise to everyone here for my review of this but all you can do is give your honest opinion.

    I'm not a great Ashley Williams fan - her usual wide-eyed ingenuous look can be very irritating although I really enjoyed her performance with Corey Sevier in The Northern Lights Of Christmas.

    I had my doubts about the pairing with Ryan Paevey but I have to say it worked well and they were great together.

    There were also great acting roles from the receptionist who took Hannah "under her wing" and from Josh's long-time friend.

    It was a well-scripted movie, the situations were appealing and humorous throughout right from their initial meeting when both had just been jilted "at the altar".

    A shirtless Ryan Paevey was worth watching and the scenery in general was beautiful.

    it was just unfortunate that they had to have 2 gay men on their honeymoon - it made me uncomfortable when they touched but in all honesty they were actually very likeable people and did add something to the scenes they were in.

    Whenever Hannah's ex-fiance turned up she made a point of telling him he would have to sleep on the sofa.

    I suppose it's naive in this day and age that an engaged couple wouldn't sleep together but I did think Hallmark didn't need to put this up front.

    I'd rate this a 7.5 - if it wasn't for the family-unfriendly aspects I would have given it a 9 because it was one of Hallmark's best movies this year - Florence

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  19. I've seen so many amazing Hallmark movies lately:

    "Color my World with Love" was beautiful. I laughed and I cried and I was very entertained and blessed by it. Erica Durance and Ben Ayres had realllllly good chemistry together, which was awesome.

    "Caribbean Summer" and "Hidden Gems" were fun, fun, fun. Heather Hemmins was absolutely radiant in "C.S."

    My 3 unpopular opinions (that no one asked for) -

    1. Christmas movies are my least favorite Hallmark genre of the year (mainly because they are frequently very repetitive, and I prefer warm weather and having beautiful outdoor scenery shown.)

    2. I do not care for mystery movies so I am overjoyed that HMM channel is showing more romantic dramas. (My goodness, have you seen "The Presence of Love?" Surely there isn't a murder mystery that good!) :)

    3. Other than the dreadful woke turn Hallmark has taken, I think that their movies are better than ever.

    Thanks for all your hard work putting this fabulous blog together, Net. You are very, very appreciated.

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