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Love Finds a Home (2009)





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The love saga winds to a close as Belinda (Sarah Jones) takes on a new responsibility while accepting guidance from the place she least expected it. Female doctors are a rarity in the old west, but Belinda has carved out an impressive niche for herself in a small, tight-knit Missouri community. Her best friend Annie (Haylie Diff) is about to give birth, and Belinda has agreed to monitor her as she carries the baby to term. But for a woman who has always put science first, Annie's folksy mother-in-law Mary (Patty Duke) isn't always the easiest person to deal with. Experienced nurse maid Mary would rather rely on homeopathic treatments that taking the advice of doctors, and before long the two women are hopelessly at odds over how to handle the pregnancy. Back at home, things aren't any easier; Belinda is having trouble getting pregnant, and it's beginning to have a negative affect on her relationship with her husband (Jordan Bridges). Perhaps if Belinda can finally open up and realize that the solution to her problems isn't always what she thought it would be, she can find a healthy balance between her career and her home life.more
Rating: PG-13
Genre: Western, Kids & Family
Directed By:
Written By: Donald Davenport
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On DVD: Nov 10, 2009
LG Films

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Completely different than the book series. Not to mention the actors have changed considerably though out the series. Nevertheless, I loved the movie.

Laura Gerhardinger

The coverjacket of this film is not of the main actress, but of her friend the lady doctor who is pregnant and visiting her in Sikeston, Mo.

Babies, babies and more delivering of babies.

Dr. Belinda also gets no respect as usual, but she also gives
no respect to a 30 year experienced mid-wife who knows what she is talking about in birth caring.

Slow and most awkwardly acted, second only to a high school play, this film is well shot, at least it has that going for it.

PS: where was Patty Duke in this film?

Genre Christian drama
Directed by David S. Cass, Sr.
Produced by Kyle A. Clark
Stephen Niver

Written by Donald Davenport (teleplay)
Janette Oke (wrote the novel)

Haylie Duff
Patty Duke
Sarah Jones
Jordan Bridges
Courtney Halverson

Original channel Hallmark Channel

Monsieur Rick
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This is the eighth entry in the Love Comes Softly film series, and the seventh one that should not have been made. The are so poorly produced and have a complete lack of anything resembling period detail, this one is no exception. I wasn?t aware women had their hair frosted in the 1800?s. The score is repetitive and so mundane, the acting below average and the art direction is obvious and very phony looking. The story is predictable and the attempts at humor are lame.

James Higgins

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