If you aren't sick of hearing the name Marco by the halfway point of this movie then you need your ears checked. There isn't even a live character named Marco in the movie and yet he is referenced dozens of times -- and every time the name is said with a forced Italian accent.
But that's really a minor issue. The major issue with this movie is that it's dull. I know not to expect much in the way of excitement with Hallmark movies, but this one was legitimately sleepy.
Nothing wrong with the cast -- the writing just needed to be better.
To keep her late husband's Italian restaurant afloat, Elizabeth (Autumn Reeser) is forced to work with Ben (Tyler Hynes), a pro restaurant consultant. But as they get closer, she realizes that not all change is bad and might even open her heart to new love.
September 13, 2022 at 05:46 PM