No Cliché Left Untouched
Soooooooooooo Boring. I’ll have to disagree with most of the reviewers here. I usually like Nikki Deloach and Andrew Walker. But Nikki had a weird hairdo and no opportunity to shine because of the dull script and Andrew was just meh in this one for the same reason. It all centers on the over-used-to-death plot of the successful woman’s having to return to her small town to run a business she inherited but has to share with a handsome man who she conflicts with. Lord, I almost fell asleep typing that. Throw in the obligatory festival and a frolic and there you have it. This one, however, is made worse by the dead aunt from whom she inherited the candy store (SWEET Autumn, get it?) reaching back from the grave by leaving cloying and hackneyed words of advice for the couple in order to bring them together. This was a lazy effort and unworthy of the talent.
October 23, 2020
6 thoughts on “Sweet Autumn”
Good review from an astute observer. I hope they listen. And care.
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Good thinking, but no. I’ve just inadvertently pushed some of the wrong buttons that became etched in stone while trying to satisfy WordPress’s requirements so I could “like”. Not only am I unlucky in love I’m unlucky in like!! 😉 One thing that was throwing me off was that when I hit Post Comment it disappeared instead of sitting there with approval pending or something similar. Let’s see if I can get this through. I appreciate your forbearance.
And I loved the ” festival and a frolic” line.
Hate those scenes.