It Wasn’t Bad, But Nothing Out of the Ordinary
I’m a fan of both Ashley and Niall. They both bring credibility to any project they are in. However, lately Ashley has apparently heard or read once too often about her own famous megawatt smile. Some of her scenes have a definite “insert smile here” feel. This was well made and Hallmark pulled out their A-Game for two of their most popular stars. They put a little more work into the plot, this time. Not one of their cookie cutter jobs, although they couldn’t resist the usual flirty snowball fight. However, truth be told, the story was a little boring, and Ashley’s character was a little too sweet and good. Sometimes her behavior with grumpy-pants Niall was kind of cringeworthy. She just would not leave him alone. For me it did not rise past the slightly above average rating. Kudos for having her ex-husband and his wife make appearances and her daughter was very appealing. Oh, and I do like Brendon Zub. He needs more starring roles. Oh Oh. The search for the out of print book was true to life and exactly right. Loved that.
November 9, 2020
4 thoughts on “Never Kiss a Man in a Christmas Sweater”
Ashley Williams can make blah bearable. Case in point, did you watch October Kiss?
Yes. It must have been very good, because I gave it 8 stars.
I thought she made it. I wanted to find your review. And Holiday Hearts was nice, I liked Paul Campbell with her. She doesn’t miss. I watched “Love in Translation” last night and all I could think was Alfalfa has grown up.
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The movie Saturday with Ryan Paevey should be fun. Here’s hoping it’s worth a review.