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Really enjoyed "Unleashing Mr Darcy" but in this sequel, gosh Elizabeth is seriously too annoying to watch.
Boo hoo hoo poor little rich girl who cannot bear the thought of a big beautiful wedding so letâ(TM)s break up.
Millions of girls would die to have her wedding and to have a fiancÃ (C) who could afford anything for her. But we have to listen to her whining and whining about the wedding dress ("I don't look like me" - which woman wants to look like they are heading to the library on their wedding day?) and the pouting over the cake ... unbearable.
And she is so obsessed about the number of guests they are inviting that she doesn't even pay attention to what Donovan is saying - he has to invite all the people who helped him and his sister when his parents died. He has a lot of business folk he has to invite. Does this little whining bride-to-be not get it at all? And you would think with her obsession to keep the numbers down, it is as if she is footing the bill for the wedding.
She doesn't know how to be the wife of an important man and they shouldn't get married. She should marry some poor vicar somewhere and she can have the smallest wedding to her heart's content.
Also, I have more chemistry with my laptop than these 2 have on screen. They meet and don't kiss, they barely touch each other (you'd expect his arm around her far more for example but they seem very 'chaste'). They can sit of their love seat and there is nothing - no caress, no running of hands through her hair. Even when they dance, there is no chemistry. When they say "I love you" and "you mean the world to me" - nothing, the eyes reflect nothing - no emotion and their words are not believable.
She really doesn't support Donovan in his job - just more whining about how he must come taste the wedding cake with her. If she doesn't get that Donovan has a big job and is a busy man now, what is their married life going to be like later? And she is one to talk - it was so hard for her to get a job (as a schoolteacher!) so the least she can do is ensure one of them has a good job - but nope, let's hear more whining from her.
Jenna and Henry make a much more enjoyable couple to watch and are much more believable. Make a movie about them instead!
What an amazing show in the sea other shallow love stories out there.
This one has a huge depth and is a story of hope and a future.
I've also lost a spouse but not to death which in some ways is worse because closure is harder to get. This story has helped in my grieving process and I am glad the real life couple who went through this shared their story with us.
It's important to hold on to the hope that there is a tomorrow beyond the death, beyond the divorce. That there is a rainbow for each of us - that one day, we will see the color of rain again.
The only thing not believable about this show - well Lacey Chabert has a gentle fragility with an underlying layer of strength that makes her so beautiful and Warren Christie is a beautiful gorgeous guy so it is not believable that the entire (of at least part of it) community of single men and women aren't swarming their front porches :)
The chemistry between them is really palpable and when they look at each other, their eyes say so clearly - I see you and I love you - it's not easy to get that kind of obvious chemistry as is obvious in many of the romance movies where the leads give each other pretty vacant looks.
I really don't like to watch characters (in what is supposed to be a feel good movie) behave in such selfish and licentious ways. Definitely do not watch this show with your kids.
Roxanne is a seriously selfish daughter ... she only thinks of herself and not of her mum's happiness. Does she really think she is wiser and smarter than her own mother? What crass arrogance! When my abusive ex husband left, my 10 year old told me I should date again. She didn't want me to feel alone. A 10 year old can understand what this awful daughter Roxanne cannot understand.
Her sneaky ways are really a huge disappointment to watch. Plotting against her own mother's happiness. I would disown her.
And her mother and her (equally old) boyfriend - the scenes of them smooching and touching each other and rolling around is so gross!! It's like a porn movie starring 60+ people - can you even imagine that?! Euuuuwww!!
And Dylan who is Roxanne's love interest is so wooden a person. When he smelt her hair, it was so pervy and awful.
Don't waste your time with this movie.
I think I much prefer Hallmark movies - at least in Hallmark movies, they won't say "sex" in front of a room potentially full of kids watching and hooker underwear and male strippers would not make an appearance.
I watched this movie because of Eric Mabius - love him in Signed, Sealed and Delivered.
But his character in this movie is so high strung and almost hostile at times, it was not nice to watch. And apparently, his wardrobe consists almost entirely of sweats - a far variance from Emily's clothes.
The character Emily looks very 'matured' so his playboy ruffled hairstyle makes him look like her son or much younger brother - which basically sums up their chemistry ... non existent romantic chemistry.
It is absurd that a big wedding is planned without the bride. Why bother with the big wedding then? Clearly, her career is more important to her.
And for a romance movie where the 2 leads have so little time together on screen makes the whole show very unbelievable ... their phone conversations are so terse you should really wish for the happiness of their future that they do not end up marrying. These two should not get married.
Emily is still trying to write her vows 6 hours before the wedding. Wow she must reeeeally be in love (not). And not in any apparent rush to get home for the wedding ... she lingers everywhere along the way home! Her subconscious is telling her she doesn't want to marry Ben.
Any wedding, even in the movies, should not make the viewer cringe and after suffering through the movie, that's what I did watching them get married - cringe.
The entire movie indicates that the wedding is more important than the marriage to this couple. Emily is going to continue being obsessed with her job and any task Tucker asks her to do so she may have made it to the wedding but she is not going to make it through the marriage.
I cannot feel sorry for all her woes trying to get home because it is actually all her fault in accepting the lasting minute work assignment.
It makes more sense for Dean Cain's character, Tucker, to end up with Emily. They look much better together and have much better chemistry. And both Tucker and Emily looooove their jobs. They could get married in the office whilst taking a 5 minute break from work. She could give birth at her office desk and go straight back to work.
This show is not believable as in this couple do not belong together and is not worth your time. My advice - go watch a Hallmark movie instead. Literally, any Hallmark movie is better than this Lifetime movie.