All of My Heart

2015

Comedy / Family / Romance

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Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 42%
IMDb Rating 7 10 2880

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Carolyn Adair as Mr. Gracey's Assistant
Peter Kelamis as Inspector
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by edwagreen 9 / 10

***1/2

Anyone out there see the close resemblance of Mr. Crudmore to New York Governor Andrew Cuomo? There were some scenes when I actually thought I was seeing the governor of New York.

In typical Hallmark fashion, two people are brought together by fate when they each inherit the same house. The Wall Street guy and the female chef take it slow as they gradually fall in love despite their rocky beginning. She wants to convert the house to a bed and breakfast and he can't wait to sell his part.

Naturally, she had a love interest who was career obsessed and naturally he will return to create a chasm between the two when our Wall Street guy thinks that she is back with the other guy.

Ed Asner sits at the General Store muttering about ducks,but his purpose in the film becomes all too clear at film's end.

Light fanfare and excuse the pun, great to the taste.

Reviewed by studioAT 8 / 10

Full of heart

Two very different people inherit a house, in this above average Hallmark film that has since led onto two sequels.

It follows the typical Hallmark film formula, but there's a level of depth to the characters that makes all the difference, not to mention two excellent performances from the leads (Hallmark favourites Lacey Chabert and Brennan Elliot) that elevate this from the norm.

A good comedy drama overall.

Reviewed by utgard14 6 / 10

Watchable but could've been better

Aspiring chef Jenny (Lacey Chabert) inherits half of a country house. Yes, that's right -- half. The other half goes to Wall Street stock trader Brian (Brennan Elliott). Brian wants to sell the house and Jenny has plans to renovate it and turn it into a bed & breakfast. But when Brian loses his job, he has nowhere else to go so he moves in with Jenny and helps her fix the place up. The usual "duck out of water" and "opposites attract" tropes follow.

I always find Lacey Chabert enjoyable to watch. She's easy on the eyes and has a likable personality that makes you root for her. This movie is no exception. Brennan Elliott is fun and has good chemistry with Lacey. The supporting cast is nice. Ed Asner only appears here and there but steals the scene every time he's around. Daniel Cudmore as Tommy and Drew Tanner as Rusty are both good. In a way, this movie's strengths lie in its male characters instead of its female ones. That's a rarity for these things.

This is a decent TV movie of its type and I'm usually generous with my scores for movies like this. But there are problems that bugged me. For one thing, it's very predictable even for a genre that's predictable by its nature. Also the movie falters in the second half badly. At about the midway point the story had moved along at such a pace that only two options were likely: they would either get the couple together sooner than expected or they would find a way to split them up and tediously drag things out until the inevitable reunion. Guess which route they went?

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