Signed, Sealed, Delivered: Truth Be Told



IMDb Rating 7.7 10 908

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March 30, 2022 at 09:45 PM



Eric Mabius as Oliver O'Toole
Kristin Booth as Shane McInerney
Gregory Harrison as Joe O'Toole
792.87 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 26 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by Jackbv123 5 / 10

Very disappointing

Rating a Signed Sealed Delivered this low is quite unusual for me. The reason-- this episode of the franchise is not a complete story, unless you consider only the personal lives of the Postables.

The "lost" letter gets the short end of the deal in this episode and it isn't adequately resolved. I wonder if perhaps the show runners intended this to be effectively a two parter, or did they realize after fan response that they needed to finish the story more satisfactorily.

Almost every episode of SSD brings tears to my eyes and this one had the potential for that. But not a one unless it was tears of disappointment or those based on knowledge of the sequel which I happen to have seen first.

The combined stories are slightly long for one two hour movie, but it doesn't seem to me that it needs two. Either way, this episode leaves me greatly disappointed.

Reviewed by Stephen_A_Abell 9 / 10

Back On Form

I am pleased to say that the writing team of Martha Williamson and Brandi Harkonen are back on track after the previous episode, which resolved Oliver's estranged marriage.

They have managed to put the series back on track as they revert to the tried and true structure. The main story is that of the lost letter, with the postables lives taking second place. In this movie, the lost letter comes from a military officer stationed in Afghanistan. The letter is to her daughter...

The story does a very good job of telling a story of loss, hope, and heartbreaking truth. Back on the home front, we learn more about Oliver and his past as his father comes home to visit with some shocking and groundbreaking news. It also seems that Oliver's wife is not the only family member he's estranged from. There's so much going on in this episode that it should keep you entertained.

The direction is up to par with the previous episodes as Kevin Fair is still in the Directors chair and the resident cast is consistently good and builds their characters and ongoing relationships well. The extra cast of Gregory Harrison as Oliver's Father, Joe O'Toole; Megan Charpentier as Phoebe Amidon, and William B Davis as Harper, Pheobe's Grandfather; are very good in their roles, especially Charpentier.

If you've watched the previous episodes of the movies and series then you should like this one, though if you're not familiar with Signed Sealed Delivered then I would recommend watching from the start as it's the best way to relate to the characters... and it's worth it.

Reviewed by marsmii 3 / 10

Difficult to watch

I really had to be bored to watch this in its entirety! The cast is all so wooden acting! Shane is the only one with some normality to her! Oliver is a jerk----no personality, unfeeling, a terrible dresser and difficult to relate to. I find myself disliking him intensely and yelling at the TV! The only good thing about this movie is Greg Harrison; excellent actor and good looking!

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