All of My Heart: The Wedding (2018)

All of My Heart: The Wedding (2018)
7.1
  • 830
  • TV-PG
  • Genre: Romance
  • Release year: 2018 ()
  • Running time: 85 min
  • Original Title: All of My Heart: The Wedding
  • Voted: 830

As the big day approaches, Jenny and Brian are faced with having to give up their ownership of Emily's Country Inn to a distant relative, while financial issues continue to plague the couple.

#PersonCharacters
1Lacey ChabertJenny Fintley
2Brennan ElliottBrian Howell
3Pauline EganMeg Riley
4Heather DoerksenCasey
  • Beautiful way to wrap up a Hallmark fan favorite by 10

    Nothing like a Lacey Chabert movie to warm your heart. It's so easy to fall in love with the couple, the town, the goats and right down to the squeeky "singing sink." It's not upbeat and cheesy, it's more warm and inviting like a cup of hot herbal tea. Its easy to see why this 3 part story was voted a fan favorite. It was not meant to go beyond the first one but when fans urged them for more they gave them what they wanted. If you're focused on what's realistic or accurate you're probably in the wrong place. Much like a Christmas movie, the focus is on the impossible or improbable, but makes you want to forget that and for an hour or two. If there's a matchmaking Santa, a woman who finds a kid's letter asking for a Mom and becomes that, a magical ornament or snow globe, or an angel who turns out to be in a coma who finds her true love, you might giggle or even joke about it (from another perspective-stalkers, people who break into an amnesiac's condo, or emotional cheaters,etc lol) you just don't over-analyze it you just enjoy it for what it is. Why put a limit on the season for a good, clean, likeable story? It's Hallmark! It's the magical land where everyone is an awesome baker and if you're not you're soon to become one. It's literally sweet! If you're anything like me, you don't turn to Hallmark for realism, you turn to it to escape...escape to the land of Hallmark where every town is friendly, every place is beautiful, families are healed and true love can happen in a weekend! Watch it or don't watch it. That's up to you, but I think this one is worth it. You may even shed a few unexpected tears.

  • Nay to the grumpy reviews. Stop with cynical attitudes and probating the will. by 9

    I thoroughly enjoyed this movie despite what others said about probating the will, etc. Enjoy is for what it is. A movie about love, kindness, and caring. Yes, typical Hallmark but that's what I love about Hallmark.

  • Third time even better by 9

    I have loved all three films. I have grown attached to all the characters in the town as well as the happy couple, and would love their stories to be embellished. The introduction of Dad...well this can be added more to.In essence I want another film...expecting...?......more love found in the Inn.I do hope so. Ps love the goats too.

  • impossible to believe by 1

    Jenny and Brian have taken a second mortgage on the b&b and this cannot be done before the will was probated. NO ONE can file a claim against the estate,or contest a will after it is probated, making this story line implausible. The writer should have done more research and come up with a believable story. If the story is not believable, the movie is not watchable. 1 star because we don't have 0s

  • All of My Heart: The Wedding by 6

    6/10 - goodish TV romance feels a bit rushed and could have used some more plot

#PersonCrew
1Randal Plattcinematographer
2Hamish Thomsoncomposer
3Terry Ingramdirector
4Harvey Kahnproducer
5Jacqueline Millerproduction_designer
6Karen Bergerwriter