Full of modern references and familiar faces, Hallmark’s The 27-Hour Day is charm personified.
The 27-Hour Day (2021) Hallmark TV Film Review
Running her corporate business is what Lauren Garrett (Autumn Reeser) says brings her joy. She doesn’t take a day let alone an afternoon off to get a manicure. She makes her life’s work giving tips to women on how to turn a 24 hour day into a 27 hour day. With a podcast and other successful faucets of her business, Lauren is looking for what’s next. When a possible upcoming business opportunity looks like it might not go her way, she decides to take a week long break and breathe.
Her assistant finds a place in Montana that requires an unplug and certainly, time away from the city. Once there, Lauren meets Jack West (Andrew Walker), a co-owner looking to expand, sees wide open spaces and a small little pink pet pig, all people and things that just may challenge her perspective.FIND ‘THE 27-HOUR DAY’ IN A CHARMING ROMANTIC HALLMARK MOVIE #GOODMOVIES #FEELGOODMOVIES #HALLMARKIES #CLEANROMANCE Click To Tweet
Over these past few months, and maybe a year, I haven’t found many new favorites from Hallmark. Of the titles I have really liked in 2021, The 27-Hour Day is one of the more delightful ones. Part of this could be because I really “needed” something sweet and fun, but also I think this one is really quite sweet. It’s fun to see Walker and Reeser in something from Hallmark. It seems as though it’s been a while since Walker played leading man in one of these rom-coms, and Autumn Reeser also is always good.
There’s some pretty scenery and the little pet pig adds some fun humor and cute scenes. Also the supporting cast deserves a shout out. You’ll also see Geoff Gustafson and Karen Holness, both of whom have been in other Hallmark titles. Geoff is, of course, known for being in the Signed, Sealed, Delivered films. Additionally, this film has good messaging (one of the co-writers also was involved in another favorite, As Luck Would Have It) about enjoying the life we have now rather than looking to what’s next. If we don’t, we’re sure to miss out on some beautiful moments.
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Content: nothing to mention. It’s the normal old-school TV-G rating.
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