Bottled with Love (TV Movie 2019)

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Bottled with Love: Directed by David Weaver. With Bethany Joy Lenz, Andrew W. Walker, Kate Isaac, Bethany Brown. After being stood up, Abbey gets inspired to open her heart in a letter, put it in a bottle and toss it out to sea. Months later, a man fishing discovers it and opts to reach out.

“Bottled With Love is one of the most original stories that Hallmark has provided its viewers. It bypasses all the Hallmark cliches that prevail in most of channelu0026#39;s films. This story presents two strong leading characters, each with his and her own identity clearly defined. The plot is highly original, although at some point, there is a u0026quot;Youu0026#39;ve Got Mailu0026quot; aspect to the story. Fortunately, there is enough originality to make this film appealing and charming in its own way.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eThe leads are mature, experienced actors. Bethany Joy Lenz gives her character a consistent identity, clear and appropriate emotions, and a wide range of facial expressions. She presents a mature, well-defined professional woman who expresses her emotions with consistent clarity.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eAndrew Walker is a gift to any Hallmark movie..He is such a skilled actor. His style of expressing his emotions is so articulate and so engaging. He is alive with emotion ..in his eyes, his smile, his frowns, his body posture..in every scene. There has not been one Hallmark movie that he has not captivated the viewer and played his role expertly.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eOne small issue..purely esthetic..Bethany Joy Lenz could have used a better hair stylist this film, as her hair was often too casually unkempt and almost unattractive for the high-level professional woman she portrayed..Her manner of dress was perfect for each scene and each occasion, but her hair was a bit off the mark for a woman of her maturity and successful professional status.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eall in all a wonderful, original, well-written movie with some truly fine acting.”

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