Chasing but not Finding This was a very boring story with a good cast. I usually like Cindy, but as usual, she doesn’t have much to work with here. And unfortunately, she seemed very stiff with Christopher Russell who is gorgeous as usual but really needs some spark with his co-stars to bring him to … Continue reading Chasing Waterfalls
A Great Cast, but This is Ronny Howard’s Movie I have just seen this movie again after many years. It was always a favorite, and if I remember correctly I may have first seen it in the theatre when I was a little younger than Ronny Howard was when he played the titular role. It … Continue reading The Courtship of Eddie’s Father
By Mark Toby In the dream, Helen was not dead at all. she was in the bedroom, or the kitchen, out of sight, but within call, if I needed her…Pretty soon she would come to the door of the room, and look at us both, and smile. ad she might say something, or she might … Continue reading The Courtship of Eddie’s Father
Finding Your True North This is another high-quality offering by Hallmark and was shown on Hallmark Murders and Mysteries. They seem to be using this branch of their network to show productions that go a little deeper and are a little more complex than a romantic comedy. They are more about family relationships, drama, overcoming … Continue reading North to Home
Good Concept but no Depth-should Have been a Two or Three Parter. I tried to read the book years ago, but I just couldn’t get into it. Probably because I was too used to reading her medieval romances. My point is that my rating has nothing to do with what a disappointment the movie was … Continue reading Rose Hill
Or… The Redemption of Ms Kat The romance was as lame as can be but I loved the message and the character arcs. From the beginning, Ms Kat the head of the ballet company was a very unsympathetic character. Cold, Rigid, harsh, and snooty. Maybe a little bit bigoted. I loved the way she turned … Continue reading Sugar Plum Twist
This Guy is a Piece of…Work This was an actual theatre release movie. I thought it was a TV Romance made for UPtv or ION or Lifetime. It’s about a country music superstar who returns to his hometown to attend the funeral of a friend (except he forgot to go). He encounters the ex-fiance whom … Continue reading Forever My Girl
Lacey and Lace This was pretty entertaining and I’m looking forward to the next 2 installments of the trilogy starring Autumn Reeser and Alison Sweeney. This first one featured Lacey Chabert with Kevin McGarry playing the love interest. Three friends are in San Francisco for their yearly get-together. They are out antiquing and Lacey spies … Continue reading The Wedding Veil
by Stephen King “Everybody likes the ice cream man.” “The woman says her name is Holly Gibney, but I think she’s really Sheena, Queen of the Jungle.” “It’s as if there’s a fumble-fingered but powerful universal force at work, always trying to put wrong things right.” One of the reasons I wanted to read Mr. Mercedes was … Continue reading Mr. Mercedes
by Margaret Sutton “I dozed off and didn’t wake up until I heard those police sirens.”“Then what?,” asked Judy. “I don’t suppose you knew they were coming to arrest me?”Peter grinned. “I should have known it. Past experience should have taught me that something was bound to happen. You enter a queer old house. The … Continue reading The Clue of the Broken Wing (Judy Bolton #29)
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This is a medieval musical instrument called a Rebec sometimes spelled Rebeckha. And that’s my name! (or close.) I’ll be adding new reviews of shows and books as I write them while incorporating reviews I’ve written in the past. Usually from the oldest to the newest.
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