Did Merry and Mark’s love story lasso its way around your heart? It was a cowgirl kind of love story with Mistletoe and Montana, and you know what? It’s nice that they’ve been switching things up with the locations of these films. Cowgirls and ranchers need love, too, and the trend of appreciation for places
Money truly is the root of all evil. It’s one of many takeaways from Gone Mom: The Disappearance of Jennifer Dulos, one of the true-crime-inspired films as part of Lifetime’s Summer of Secrets slate. The tragic disappearance, and presumed death, of this beautiful, kind woman of five is utterly heartbreaking. Annabeth Gish’s likeness to the
Did Lifetime give us a near-perfect Christmas film while breaking new ground in the process? Why yes, indeed they did. The Christmas Setup had everything you could possibly ask for, and it just so happened to be the network’s first queer holiday rom-com too. And given their successful execution of this one, while filming during
Don’t you adore it when you return home for the holidays and find love? Well, I can’t relate, but I do love it when fictional couples do that exact thing, which is the case with Natalie on Dear Christmas. Their love was hard to classify. Was it love at first sight, or was the theme
Is it even a good rom-com if you don’t suffer from secondhand embarrassment, scold the characters onscreen, grin like an idiot, and swoon a little? No, it isn’t, and since The Thing About Harry made you do all of the above, it was a good rom-com. The Thing About Harry got so many things right.
Winter Storm Megan is more meddlesome than a mom, grandmother and sister combined. She has a much better track record with bringing lovers together over the holidays, too. Cupid could never be this effective. Cute pilots, Nina and Brady, of Grounded for Christmas were her latest project. Fanatics of The Resident may still be mourning
Is anyone else in the mood for some gumbo? Christmas on Lifetime is all about finding love, but the best stories are usually about a second chance at love. Christmas in Louisiana was another cute second-chance at love story. Approximately ten minutes into the movie, all one could say is: “just kiss already!” Sarah and