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Nice story . TV movie for family
I love the scenery and the actors. The characters were well represented!
This movie was beautiful it showed the struggle of moving out west by wagon train with nothing but the bare necessities. The heat and the dust proved to be a struggle for the pregnant Missie who wouldn't tell her husband Willie because she didn't want to worry him. This movie also showed the distrust of Native Americans when a women came to bring Missie a peace offering and in return Missie went to teach the children English. Then it showed the struggle of trying to make ends meet through being a rancher. Money was so poor that there was also the threat of robbery. The camera angles often showed the true emotion that the characters were feeling. Like when Missie told her husband Willie that she was pregnant they had a closeup of Willie's face to show his raw emotions. They also made great use of the establishing shots to show the true background of the area. Like when they started to travel West they showed the vast open land. The editing they did was flawless and when they needed to use transitions it was neat and undetectable
3. The story of Missie LaHaye: Going after the dream.
The third one in the Hallmark's 'Love Comes Softly' movie series that followed after 'Love Enduring Promise'. Like the usual the story and the characters continued, but the cast changed. Because most of the characters became adult now. This time the narration followed the Missie Davis turning to Missie LaHaye. Of course now Missie is almost a different woman by appearance as she's all grown up.
This film focused only her and her surrounded ones. Still, she's passionate about reading and teaching, but the things are going to change when she meets a little boy in an unexpected circumstance. In the other side, the neighbours dragged into the narration to make a perfect American film, because they are not the ordinary neighbours.
The story was based upon a couple of things, like making the dream comes true and facing thieves in the backdrop of celebration of the Christmas and expecting their first child. In a new place, the newly married LaHaye couples set to begin their life. As Willie's dream coming true, to own a ranch and his wife Missie is pregnant, they comfortably settle down with a bunch of fine men who were hired to work with them. The threats are always a surprise, with one knocking their door, how this couple going to face it and the conclusion of the story is the remaining portion.
"For everything, there is a season...
And a time for every matter under heaven."
Sharing the life by helping each other, love was the main theme like the whole movie series supposed to be. The success won't be reached without a struggle, so those were well blended in the beautiful story. It was like effortless performances by everyone, other than riding horses. But anyway, making a movie, even that for the television, is not that simple. The quality was maintained, but there are some minor flaws and technical errors, that are not distracting ones.
Beside their new beginning, the festival season brings the employee and employer much closer. Followed by the most anticipated moment of their lives where the story concludes. Not like the big screen movie, as a television flick and being a second sequel, the movie really justifies. As usual the slow narration was the key to be a satisfactory product. I liked this part as well and so now the fourth film, let's wait and see where it takes us to
I don't like the new Missy. Erin and Logan just don't seem like they belong together like he and January Jones did. I think this is where the Love Comes Softly series start to slowly go downhill but nonetheless I loved the plot and the rest of the actors. Some lame jokes here and there but it's a cute fun movie.
Love's never ending journey.
This one was interesting, exciting.
I love the whole story and I hope that it continues
Love's Long Journey is more of the same, and that's a good thing.