#LoveOnALimb – Review

Love on a Limb – Hallmark – 2 hours and 0 minutes

Love on a Limb

Amy Roarke is the beating heart of Ample Hills. She gets the town together … no matter what. She is put to the test when the Mayor, Tom Parker, wants to cut down a 130 year old tree because it’s roots are messing with the pipes. She goes around town to gather support and in doing so, she runs into Kyle. Amy learns that Kyle was hired to cut the tree down; making him enemy #1. Kyle believes Amy to be noble, but still wants to do his jobs. Amy only has one choice, live in the tree to stop it from being chopped down. Amy must find an alternative to present to the Mayor. While Kyle tries to win her heart.

This is an easy, feel good movie to sit around and bond with the family. Amy’s drive and tenacity are to be admired and hopefully inspire. This romance develops naturally without outburst of righteousness, gratuitous innuendos, or shouting matches. It’s a step back from the norm; and quickly points out that fact during the coffee shop scene. Hallmark fans will be pleased. Others may find the story slow and Amy’s enthusiasm over the top, but it’s that element that makes this movie fun.

For Hallmark fans: I give it 4 out of 5 stars

For everyone else: I give it 2 out of 5 stars

It’s a creative process. Let’s get back to basics. What’s our goal – Amy

I love that you want to save the world Amy, but I can’t drop everything, every time you want to save it – Becky

I can hear you eating the fritter from here. Try a little backbone – Mayor Tom Parker

You’re not very good at talking trash – Kyle

Not everyone is you – Zoe

It’s my emergency wine – Leona

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