Watch: The 27-Hour Day 2021 123movies, Full Movie Online – An entrepreneur takes a break from her wellness empire for some much-needed work-life balance but realizes it won’t be easy. Will a relaxing retreat and new romance change her life, forever?.
Plot: An entrepreneur takes a necessary break from developing her wellness brand empire and discovers that the work-life balance she needs won’t be easy. Will a new romance and relaxing retreat change her life forever?
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The premises aren’t that unusual on the face of it, but they play out differently and have a fresh feel. Lauren is a workaholic and is forced to take time to slow down. Jack is trying to save the family business.
Autumn Reeser plays the workaholic a bit different than the usual. Maybe it is her combination of extreme competence combined somehow with klutziness. Andrew Walker plays someone who comes off a bit backward or maybe it’s more innocent.
The two have definite chemistry and they spend plenty of screen time developing it.
There aren’t many big highs or lows or surprises, but that didn’t matter. I enjoyed the relationship.
The climax and ending didn’t impress me. It lacked a real conflict. It seemed dragged out and included a speech that was a little preachy.
Was refreshing story for Hallmark
I actually enjoyed this one. This was a nice story about a over-the-top busy, successful city girl (Lauren) who is told she is too busy and needs to slow down by someone who is even more successful than she is. (Note this moves with the times and she’s not a journalist, but a blogger, vlogger, and podcaster.). She decides to go to a country retreat and meets one of the owners (Jack) and they fall for each other.
There was a lot of things I liked: I liked that the lead unplugged for the time she was at the retreat. It is truly difficult, if not impossible for people to do that now. Technology is an addiction. And her unpacking a pile of tablets, her phone, and a smart watch was sadly NOT an exaggeration in how much people rely on tech toys now. This was a slower-moving movie – but that was the premise of the movie – so it worked. There was a good amount of relationship development between the leads, that was worked into the story instead of a distraction from it. I also liked that the girl didn’t quit her job and leave her life to fit her life to the guy’s life. Most Hallmark movies have the girl giving up her life to be with “the man she’s meant to be with”. This movie was refreshing in that she went back to her life, continued to be successful, and he came to find her and to fit himself in to HER life while pursuing his own. The movie also didn’t push the usual premise that “city life is bad, country life is good”. She went back to her life and life went on.
I enjoyed this one. The chemistry between the leads was decent, and always nice to see a kiss during the movie that fits the plot and isn’t interrupted. Getting tired of the rushed, single kiss at the end because there hadn’t been one during the entire picture.
The only con was the interracial couple crammed in. We get it, Hallmark is PC. But what I would like to see is more black or asian lead COUPLES. I feel like there can only be 2 or 3 people of different races per picture, and they all have to be with white people. What’s wrong with racially diverse couples? When did that stop being PC?
Overall, this was a good movie, and it had some good points to make about slowing down and doing things you want to do, not just the things you have to do..
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 25 min (85 min)
Genre Comedy, Romance
Director David Winning
Writer Deborah Jones, Audrey Shulman
Actors Autumn Reeser, Andrew W. Walker, Rhiannon Fish
Country Canada, United States
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Sound Mix Stereo
Aspect Ratio 16:9 HD
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