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Plot: When a bored millionaire (Steve Lund) is mistaken for a parking attendant by a beautiful girl (Siobhan Williams) who is protesting against his family’s intention of closing a local park, he uses the misunderstanding to get to know her better.
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The story is built around a lot of the usual overworked tropes for this type of movie. The central one is that Sean is harboring a lie that will threaten the relationship when it comes out – Sean is the son of the guy Allison is fighting. We know that from the start. There’s the usual sequence of Sean almost revealing but gets interrupted..
For most of the movie, Sean’s dad is a one dimensional jerk. He is intentionally insulting to Sean and he seems to enjoy being disappointed in him. So his confession at the end makes no sense.
This is a rom/com with two romances going parallel, so Allison and Sean’s gets slightly shortchanged between that and the effort to save the park. As a result any chemistry between Steve Lund and Siobhan Williams doesn’t get much chance to develop.
The acting is at best fair and often poor. Michael Kopsa as the already described one dimensional dad is the latter. The 4 or 5 principle characters are just barely fair. I will say that this movie has three exceptionally pretty young women with great smiles as the two roommates and the rival. On the positive side, Karen Holness probably does the best acting and Jaime M. Callica does his job as the funny ne’er-do-well best friend even if the script overplays it a bit.
The story is so predictable that it has no highs or lows or surprises.
The background music isn’t too loud, but it’s noticeably bland. A lot of the dialogue is boring.
A Park, a Food Truck, and a Secret Identity
As usual with non-Hallmark TV romances this one strays from the formula just a bit. First of all we have a lack of a festival or small town/big city conflict. This one is the “save the park or whatever” plot. Hey, I didn’t say it was a complete departure! It’s a formula, just not the usual Hallmark formula.
An indulged son of a real estate mogul has been drifting from one thing to another, while his father wants him to settle down and work with him at his company. He gives him an ultimatum that he has to find a job within a week or he will be cut off from his financial support. Leaving the building he runs into some protesters who are trying to rescue their beloved park from his fathers evil development plans. He conceals his identity and gets a job as a chef in the cute one’s food truck.
Of course, it is only a matter of time before it will be discovered that he is none other than the son of the person who is trying to take the park away. Thus the suspense and tension. The predictable story is enlivened by the cast. Siobhan Williams is a fresh face and is a perfect spunky girl next door type. Steve Lund, a Hallmark regular is as attractive and reliable as usual. The Secondary couple have a sweet courtship, complicated by a rival love interest. Both of the guys are appealing until one of them turns out to be a big phony.
There is corporate-type other woman for our hero, and the Dad learns something about his own grandfather that leads to a happy ending for all. Of course.
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 24 min (84 min)
Director Michael M. Scott
Writer Lizzy Davis (teleplay), Gregory Gilman (story), Matthew Pyle (story), Lizzy Davis (story)
Actors Steve Lund, Siobhan Williams, Allie Bertram, Adam DiMarco
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