A Country Wedding (2015) – A Texas Second Chance
Sarah was once a 13-year-old girl in braids whom he “married.” Now she’s become comfortable in her surroundings and despite Bradley’s
wonderment that she stayed, she loves calling her family house, “home.” When being home stirs up memories for Bradley, he begins to
believe there’s no more perfect place than on Sarah’s farm for his wedding location. But first,
he’ll have to convince his high-strung bride of the location.
for Hallmark to roll out a series of new originals. I’m certainly glad they
took advantage of this. This film puts a familiar face in the role of leading
lady (Autumn Reeser), and gives us a story that is all small-town charm. Though
familiar, I enjoyed the story and would definitely buy a copy should it ever
arrive to DVD.
The film’s message is to be admired. It’s about reconnecting with your past, which is finding that place where happiness is more than a feeling; rather to remember what it feels like to truly
come back to the place you experience happiness for more than a
fleeting moment of fame. Bradley’s past makes it tough to surrender his
protective (emotional) shields, and that means his journey is all the more poignant
to watch. True, contained in these 90 minutes is a story ripe with tradition and a sweet
script, but it does dig a little deeper and that is always worth a whole lot of
dress shopping trip (of course!) and Autumn’s performance. She does a fantastic
job with Sarah and her acting is wonderful. Then there is Jesse’s debut in a role that requires singing. Yes, that’s
right he sings the three songs exclusive to this film. And let me tell
you, his voice is quite good. It’s been a while since I’ve seen this actor in
something; he stars in TNT’s Dallas
and also the cute romcom The Other End of the Line. Regardless Jesse is really perfect for the role.
Basically, if you tune into this, you’ll see plenty of cute romantics between our leading couple. Fans of the cast
or Hallmark films should make a date with this original movie. It sparkles with
old-fashioned charisma and doesn’t mind showing us a good time to
boot. Make sure to save the date for A
Country Wedding. If you do, you’ll find characters with values, a wholesome story and be swept up in a
romance that begins with childhood sweethearts saying “I Do” in the haven of a barn.
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