Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
|Mail Order Bride|
Actors: Daphne Zuniga, Greg Evigan
Genres: Indie & Art House, Drama, Television
The Wild West just got a little wilder? Trouble hits con woman Diana McQueen (Daphne Zuniga) when she decides to call it quits with her menacing boss, Tom Rourke (Greg Evigan). But for Diana, the only way to escape his gra... more »
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Not very good...
T. Turner | Las Vegas, NV | 10/30/2009
(3 out of 5 stars)
"Hallmark rarely disappoints me, but this was one such moment. This film is not well constructed--nothing about it made me care about the characters or become engrossed in their struggles. If I had seen it first, I wouldn't have ordered it. Not a keeper."
Not worth the time to watch it...
Penny Zeller, Christian Author and | USA | 12/09/2009
(2 out of 5 stars)
"I rarely give "bad" reviews, but this is one situation where I agree with the other reviews that this movie isn't a very good one. I, too, have enjoyed most of the Hallmark movies. This one, however, is an exception. My husband and I got through almost a half hour of it before turning it off. The plot was strange, and I, too, found myself not caring about the characters. The language, including the Lord's name in vain was also a turn-off, as was the personality of the main characters. Fortunately I just rented this DVD and didn't waste the money to buy it. If you want to watch a good movie, check out "The Christmas Card" or "Clancy.""
Roughest Hallmark Film I've Ever Seen!
Chris H. | ,OH,U.S.A. | 12/08/2009
(2 out of 5 stars)
"Ok I liked this romance film. I would not call it a comedy,more like a drama.
Anyway,I did not appreciate the preview on this DVD for the trashy, profanity-laced- "Almost Heaven" which even had the Lord's name in vain in the preview! I hope Hallmark has not "sold out" their standards.
This film is nothing special. It definitely is not sugary sweet,and not really a passionate love here,but it's ok."
Hallmark Misses the Mark
CharacterReader | Houston, TX | 05/21/2010
(1 out of 5 stars)
"Hallmark movies are usually associated with clean, respectable family movies. This movie sorely missed the mark. There was a ridiculous amount of cleavage, cursing, gambling, intense shooting scenes, innuedos and a highly inappropriate scene where he helps her onto her horse. This is NOT a family film. Wondering should I even bother with Hallmark again?"