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The Note II: Taking a Chance on Love (2009)





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A columnist still haunted by her past mistakes hesitates to accept the love of a good man until one of her loyal readers offers some sage advice. Peyton MacGruder (Genie Francis) may have all the answers for everyone else, but when it comes to her own love life she simply can't commit to the man she loves (Ted McGinley). When a reader warns Peyton not to deny her own passion, the sleuthing columnist discovers that her adviser was involved in a doomed romance. But if there's still hope for her reader, perhaps there's still hope for Peyton as well.

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Genie Francis
as Peyton MacGruder
Ted McGinley
as King Danville
Katie Boland
as Christine
John Bregar
as David Danville
Kate Trotter
as Eve Palmer
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A heartfelt film, not the one for you realistic film goers,but a nice film non-the-less. At first watching, I gave this 70%, but toward the end I bumped it up to 80%. While not my favorite, Note One was a bit of a stretch. But now we have another NOTE. Hence, Note II, the title. This stuff is really fiction. But let me say this, the last half hour redeems the beginning. Truth they say, is stranger than fiction. Fact of the matter is, however, fiction is just that... a made up bunch of what usually never happens in real life. The day that a columnist would research my tragic love life is the day I win the lottery, bigtime. Fat chance, Fat tire. But we can all live vicariously through this film. Substituting the plot for our own lives, we can find substance. Another TV type film, the son and father (King) relationship unfolds. Its a pretty bitter one until the son finds what he really wants in life at the end of the film. This wild and woolly film is beyond the pale, unfortunately. It is beyond truth, it is into fiction. That being said, the movie as a whole is more than the sum of its parts. I would recommend this film IF you are willing to watch it to the very end. Touching and insightful.

monsieur rick
monsieur rick

Ordinary and very clearly made for television. It means well but it's a very routine stroy with fair performances. Nothing special in any way.

James Higgins
James Higgins

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