Thursday, July 14, 2016

Bridal Wave 2015

     Dr. Phillip Hamilton is a plastic surgeon specializing in nose jobs, ear pinning and neck problems.  Technically this is rhinoplasty, otoplasty and a neck lift.  His nurse is Georgie Dwyer and they are getting married.  Georgie has started to get nervous and she has one cold foot.  Her mother-in-law to be doesn’t think very much of Georgie and she’s difficult to get along with.  Georgie stops into a convenience store to get some headache medication and there is only one bottle left.  Luke Griggs has just walked out on a job and he's in the store to buy the medication too.  They decide they will split the bottle and that will solve both of their problems.  Later, they seem to keep running into each other at the wedding location.
     This is a good movie to watch on a rainy day or a hot day, a day when you don’t want to be outside.  You can do other things while you watch because you don’t need to pay a lot of attention to get every detail.  Pleasant light comedy and it's a Hallmark Movie.  3* (This movie is OK) 

84 min, TV movie directed by Michael Scott with Arielle Kebbel, Andrew W. Walker, David Haydn-Jones, Colleen Wheeler, Anna Van Hooft, Daryl Shuttleworth, Jaclyn Smith.

Note:  Imdb 6.6 out of 10, 35% audience on Rotten Tomatoes, 1* out of 5* on Letterboxd. 
Special Note:  Filmed in British Columbia, Canada.  Kebbel and Walker were also together in the film A Bride for Christmas.

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