Category: Movie Reviews

The Princess Switch – 15 Points

The Princess Switch is aNetflix original movie in which a baker from Chicago bumps into a princess at a baking competition, realise they’re look a likes and decide to switch places for a couple of days. What a cute little baker she is, and we have a lovely young...

Falling For Vermont – 13 points

Falling for Vermont is about an author who suffers from amnesia when driving to a small town in Vermont – except I don’t ever remember the details when I start the movie. Hence some of my reactions later on. 13 points doesn’t seem like a lot but I genuinely...

Seasonal Romance Movies – Scoring

OK, I’ve been thinking a lot about how to score the movies and I think these are the main points that will be involved: Likeable heroine – 1 Likeable hero – 1 Destiny – 1 Situation to bring them together – 1-5 (5 being most ridiculous) Character Growth –...

Pumpkin Pie Wars – 11 points

We have scoring now! I’ll do a post on scores and go back and score the others. I know this has a low seeming score and I might add some extra points so it scores higher but I actually straight up enjoyed this movie. There were some cringe moments...

Autumn Dreams – 14 points

Autumn Dreams Autumn Dreams is a Hallmark movie available on Netflix. Two young sweethearts get married but it doesn’t work out and down the line we’ll see what happens – is me paraphrasing the blurb. This is a super long post, I’m really sorry. So this is quaint already,...

October Kiss – 12 points

October Kiss is a movie about a girl who can’t do very much because she’s so flaky deciding to nanny for a dude. Hallowe’en and feelings ensue: Our girl has commitment issues, to the yoga class she runs, a pizza job and to maybe wearing her boyfriend’s mother’s wedding...

Harvest Moon – 20 points

Harvest Moon is a Hallmark movie from 2015, now available on Netflix. I live commented about it to my friend and it was partly the inspiration for starting this blog. Without further ado, here are my unedited comments to my friend: Watching a holiday movie – a “harvest” holiday...