After only 6 months of dating, Stephanie and Ben get engaged and are delighted to share the news. However, they hit a road bump when Stephanie's parents show concern that the couple has moved too fast.
Reality TV show runner, Lily, heads to her small College town to film her latest show. She soon finds that one contestant is her ex-boyfriend, Scott. Even if he's supposed to be married on television, they can't deny their chemistry.
Cornelius Smith Jr.,
Tara Erica Moore
A remake of "Roman Holiday" will be filmed in Rome and an unknown woman is chosen to play the lead. Once in Rome, she meets a reporter/porter/waiter/aspiring novelist, who gets the exclusive story on her. Roman romance?
Old, widowed Walter invites Quinn and her mom, Dr. Lizzie, for tea. There, Lizzie meets his son, Charley, a pilot she's just hired for the hospital. Both Walter and the 50+ years younger Quinn need a friend. Lizzie and Charley, too?
This movie has the same problems as Christmas at Graceland, and throws in a few more. Kellie Pickler again shows us that she is not an actress and has not extended her reach to try to be one. Her chewy, downriver accent is painful to the ear, and makes it hard to stick with the whole movie. The main co-stars of the movie have zero chemistry. I kept expecting there to be a plot twist where he turns out to be the villain. The parents of both couples were cast equally flippantly. There's just no one to root for here, no investment in their journey, and no excitement about the outcome. Please stop casting non-actors in main roles. It's painful to try to watch.
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