Another title in their Fall Harvest line-up, Falling for Look Lodge is a cute chick flick that while not filmed exclusively for the network is, nonetheless, a fun addition.
Falling for Look Lodge (2020) Hallmark Review
Working at a quaint Eastern lodge run by her sister isn’t exactly the dream Lily (Clark Backo) hopes to pursue. A step towards this is one thing she does want to do; she would like is to take over the event coordinator position. Despite this, her sister gives her no special favoritism. Opportunity presents itself when a wedding party arrives, and because of the recent shuffle in their employees, the staff must re-plan parts of the wedding.
This puts Lily together with the brother of the bride, Noah (Jonathan Keltz), in the hopes they can work on the plans and put together the best kind of wedding. Only trouble is, Noah is a bit of a workaholic and when it comes to having fun, he isn’t exactly the easy-going kind.
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Like most of the autumn romances I’ve seen from the network, Falling for Look Lodge has beautiful scenery. It stuns and gives the viewer a visual portrait not soon forgotten. The opening sequence is especially pretty…! Look Lodge is also a pretty place, nestled in among a nice setting along with the appropriate amount of fall décor which makes everything about this (and reminds us of its season) all the more colorful.
This film also marks the debut of Clark Backo on the network and the return of Keltz who plays a prince in a prior film (Once Upon a Prince). It’s fun to see him in a different role, and I enjoyed seeing a new leading lady face make her debut. Noah’s niece is also charming and delightful in her role. Her photography hobby is cute, and just in general she’s a fun personality.
Like anything from this network (that I have seen), Falling for Look Lodge is another sweet little film sure to charm.‘Falling for Look Lodge’ Introduces a New Face in this Romance. A Fall Harvest movie with Clark Backo and Jonathan Keltz. #Hallmarkies #FallHarvest #FWArchive Click To Tweet
Content: There’s nothing that is worth mentioning to trouble anyone who wants to watch this. The film is TV-G or PG.
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