Watching movies that have humor and a good heart is always a win. This is why I am so into films from networks like Hallmark or UPtv. This is from the latter network, and surprisingly, it’s one of the best I’ve seen from them.
Blueprint to the Heart (2020) UPtv Film Review
Curating and working hard on her design show Project Restoration, Tiffany (Laura Mitchell) and her loyal producer (Crystal Balint) have led the ratings for a long time now. But suddenly things change. Tiffany’s ex, Haiden (Clayton James) returns to be a second chair producer and come to find out, ratings aren’t great for the show just now. This inspires the executives to request a slight shift in the normal remodeling and designing spaces mantra the show is built on. Now, instead they want to see Tiffany do something more personal and maybe even re-do someone’s lifestyle.
The perfect candidate presents itself in Brooks (Dennis Andres), a carpenter who helped Tiffany on her last remodel. Brooks is talented, but he isn’t interested in changing who he is. He’s happy even with a sparsely, half-finished house. But with persistence he just may see that some of Tiffany’s ideas may have a place in his home.
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Here’s another plot we’ve seen before, but happily, Blueprint to the Heart is also another delightful way to spend an evening. Cute and sassy, fun and spunky, the film is super entertaining. It’s nice to see new faces (at least to me) in roles like this and the fun “Cinderella”-esque trope is sneakily, but cutely worked into the script.
Plus… we have to talk about the interactions between the leads. This plays out as being a kind of “fire and ice” type relationship, so I’m sure that is how the script portrays things, but really, these two are quite fun together. I like them in these respective roles and the meet cute (that carries through the entire film) is sweet. There’s lots of good banter, too.
In conclusion, if you’ve liked prior of UPtv’s productions or anything like this, then this will be a film you’ll enjoy. It falls in the “clean romantic comedy” camp and features likable characters, and better yet, it doesn’t allow its heroine (or hero!) to contemplate resuming life with an ex. Something that’s always a win. As the final touch, the end is also cute.
‘Blueprint to the Heart’: UPtv's Charming Comedy Romance. A review of the 2020 TV film with Laura Mitchell. #Movies #CleanRomance #Romance Click To Tweet
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Content: this one is a clean romance with nothing that might bother conservative viewers. It is TV-PG