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Genres:
Family | Romance
Resolution:
1280*714
Size:
758.59M
Quality:
720p
Frame Rate:
30 fps
Language:
English 2.0  
Run Time:
84 min
IMDB Rating:
7.6 / 10 
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Directors: Don McBrearty [Director] ,


Movie Description:
A food and wine critic who hits her head and loses her memory while accidentally visiting a winery she panned in the past, owned and operated by single dad Michael.

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Reviews

Ice wine, baked goods, amnesia and a convertible in the snow!

Brennen Eliot is fantastic...but so is Nazneen Contractor. In fact, I am not sure who garnered my attention more...they were both so good.

The story is about a food and wine critic who panned a winery for their merlot and didn't give them a second chance which devastated them financially. The winery is run by a widow and single father played by Brennan.

The critic, CJ (short for Christina Joy...but used to keep her anonymity), comes to wine country to do some more reviewing. There is a mix up at the train station and she looses her purse, her luggage and ends up in the shuttle to go to a winery and not her B&B. This is what gets her to the winery that she ruined, when she discovers her mistake she says her name is Joy and steps outside to try and go...hits a patch of ice with her high heels, falls and hits her head.

She ends up with amnesia. The whole family at this winery that her review ruined takes her in calling her Joy, because that is what they think her name is, and treats her really well. In the fall Joy's phone breaks and the only thing she has is this small notebook with recipes in it. The daughter, Rebekah, suggest they try to make some of the recipes thinking it might help with the amnesia. It doesn't help with the amnesia...but it really brings a lot of joy back to this grieving family.

You get to learn about the history of ice wine and see how everything is put back together.

This was fun and really worth watching. The transformation of Christina into Joy back to Christina...back to Joy is really interesting and I felt different from the usual Hallmark romance.

Enjoyable if predictable

Nazneen Contractor has been a nice addition to the Hallmark stable of leading ladies, and Brennan Elliott is turning into one of the top leading men. The story was nice and even tried to drop some knowledge on us about ice wine. If you like amnesia movies, you'll enjoy this one.

Good cast good acting good story

I really liked this movie which was surprising to me. I usually cannot tolerate the male lead but he was ok in this movie because of the lead actress' performance.

I've seen at least two movies on Hallmark with similar plots. This is the only one that seemed realistic and that's because of the talented lead actress. I hope they cast her in more movies.
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