The Journey Ahead


Adventure / Drama / Romance

IMDb Rating 6.8 10 331

Plot summary

August 20, 2022 at 10:38 PM


Linda-Lisa Hayter

Top cast

Holly Robinson Peete as Madeline
Kaylee Bryant as Sarah
Mark Humphrey as
Natasha Burnett as Rose
720p.WEB 1080p.WEB
774.39 MB
English 2.0
30 fps
1 hr 24 min
P/S 8 / 27
1.55 GB
English 5.1
30 fps
1 hr 24 min
P/S 1 / 32

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by tedde_von 1 / 10

This is thezFuture of Hallmark

Now that Hallmark's programming has been infiltrated by the progressive left this is what we get. A romance station producing a movie with absolutely no men save a sub character and a few cads in the beginning. No fathers are mentioned (or loved) no fathers are seen. There are no husbands anywhere nor are they wanted. All children are female and the young woman depicted is only interested in other women. It is a chick flick that Hallmark had managed to avoid until now. It is a shame that the one production company that did not buy into the invisible man is doing so with this.

Reviewed by montgomerysue 10 / 10

Holly's best

A staple in Hallmark movies, Holly Robinson can be depended upon to give a fine and satisfying performance, but this may be her best yet. She is terrifically authentic here, acting with all the right edge, feelings, emotions, (sometimes) comedy, and genuine warmth that the variety of scenes require. It's a natural and professional performance that you can't help but enjoy. Matching her talents, is Kaylee Bryant, who is equally effective. They have a film chemistry that is totally believable and they serve the script perfectly.

Kudos must go to writer Engman, director Hayter, the editors and the cinematographer. They have created a sort of unique Hallmark film wrapped up in an attractive and totally interesting package. The supporting actors are all very good, particularly the actress who plays Bryant's mother. All in all, something different from Hallmark that really works well, particularly because Robinson and Bryant were able to carry it off.

Reviewed by Jackbv123 5 / 10

Not the usual

This is Hallmark Movies and Mysteries channel, so it's not your usual Rom/Com. This movie explores different relationships and also approaching life's different journey stages.

The acting was good once we got past Holly Robinson Peete showing how much of a jerk Madeline was given the point she was at in her life. Through the first commercial break (about 20 minutes) she was a definite witch with a capital B. The unlikableness continued for a while past that but the heat turned down over time. In that sense, this movie didn't fall into the mistake so many of these make where a character's personality changes instantly between one shot and the next. But it didn't help for over all appeal

Even after friendships were made, the story didn't have a lot of spark. The movie was about choices and feelings about those choices. For me it was a little slow.

Great scenery.

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