Signed, Sealed, Delivered: Higher Ground



Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 76%
IMDb Rating 8 10 822

Keywords:   postal worker

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Eric Mabius as Oliver O'Toole
Kristin Booth as Shane McInerney
Gregory Harrison as Joe O'Toole
Mark Valley as Steve Marek

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by Jackbv123 6 / 10

Quirky and sweet, but slow

This episode of the Postables developed extremely slow, but the last 20 minutes (including commercials) was worth it.

If you like Jazz (or was it Blues), you may really like this one because the sound tract is full of singing by Keb' Mo' including both background and actual screen time.

The conflict in the Postables personal lives was stupidly done but important.

Reviewed by cgvsluis 8 / 10

Higher ground looks at a story of lovers displaced by hurricane Katrina.

The postables find a letter from a displaced Hurricane Katrina victim...who didn't provide a return address because he didn't have one. It's a sweet New Orleans story of love and charity.

Rita and Norman are officially engaged and Shane and Oliver are officially going steady. Post the death of one of their post office colleagues, they clean out her office...repurpose her blender and find her kombucha smoothie recipe that Shane always wanted.

Oliver is still bonding with his father and learns a little more about his post retirement list: travel, learn Italian, work in a garden. He opens the topic of wanting to start dating again.

"Man cleared in runway penguin escapade."-Norman.

Higher Ground is another episode in the Signed, Sealed and Delivered Hallmark postables series.

"True Love never gives up."-Ramon

"You don't just stop loving somebody especially if you have been lonely your whole life."-Norman.

Shane and Oliver have a romantic evening out and then their lovely walk is interrupted by her former love interest, Steve, who wants her to help the clandestine services (Homeland Security) with a super secret mission where she has to be completely radio silent for several weeks. Something that ends up being very hard on Oliver...not having Shane around, but the postables and his father have his back.

If you love their quirky characters you will love this episode as well.

Reviewed by bmiller59 10 / 10

Don't know when I last enjoyed a Hallmark Movie so much.

This is the first Signed, Sealed, and Delivered I've seen. In fact, I didn't know this series existed. I'm now excited to see ALL the episodes leading up to this one and of course, everything afterwards.

My first thought is the entire cast is like a family. I think that is what makes this show works. So much chemistry between everyone, and there should be, after all the episodes they have been in together.

Eric Mabius and Kristin Booth are perfectly typecast as the leads. I'm not real familiar with them, but they've got my attention now. The supporting roles by Yan-Kay Crystal Lowe and Geoff Gustafson were great as well and as important and dramatic to this episode.

I'm not going to give any spoilers, but, I will say the last 5 to 10 minutes were awesome. If you don't have time to see the whole episode, but you NEED to see it,...well you get the point.

I try to not give too many 10 ratings, but this was an easy one.

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