A Valentine's Date (TV Movie 2011)

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A Valentine’s Date: Directed by Michael Feifer. With Elisa Donovan, Brad Rowe, Tom Skerritt, Fred Willard. A working mother (Elisa Donovan of CLUELESS) is forced to return to a life she left behind in Texas when her daughter’s father (Brad Rowe of TV’s GENERAL HOSPITAL) files for joint custody.

“Laura (Elisa Donovan) left her husband Dylan (Brad Rowe) in Texas over four years ago. She took their young daughter to New York, where she got a great job in the banking business. In addition, she has slowly climbed the corporate ladder. As she explains, Laura was hoping her husband would follow HER, as a support for her dreams, but he loves it at his ranch in Texas. Over time, mother and daughter have made various visits to the Lone Star State. But, now, Dylan says enough! He wants shared custody of their daughter and a divorce. Summoned to court, Laura must face Dylan and get the issue settled. Unfortunately, the judge (Catherine Hicks) postpones the hearing until certain conditions are met. Thus, Laura has to bunk with her father (Tom Skerrit) and try to appease her boss on the phone for a week or so. Naturally, Laura and Dylan meet several times and its a reality that the attraction between them remains strong. Will this visit to the south wreak havoc on Laurau0026#39;s plans? This film is a nice romance but it has some major problems with credulity. Its very hard to believe that a husband, deprived of his wife and daughter, would wait four years to settle the matter. But, whatever. The cast is quite nice, with Donovan and Rowe shining as the stars and Hicks, Skerrit, Hicks, Tracey Gold, and John Schneider giving great support. Moreover, the scenery in Texas is lovely. Although it wonu0026#39;t rank as a u0026quot;must seeu0026quot; flick, romance fans who long for new material will find it acceptably entertaining.”


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