When It Rains It Pours (\N)

When It Rains It Pours (\N)
6.3
  • 643
  • TV-G
  • Genre: Romance
  • Release year: \N ()
  • Running time: \N min
  • Original Title: When It Rains It Pours
  • Voted: 643

Leah Waddell works as an on-air weather girl for a local television station in Conway, although she aspires to do real forecasting work for or with the station's chief meteorologist Chris, who believes she needs more experience before he will permit her to transition into that area. In addition to signs showing her that her dating life has stalled, Leah makes the threefold decision to: move out of her parents' house; stop dating for a year; and focus that year on her professional life, which includes completing her degree in meteorology and honing her knowledge on the science of weather forecasting. As soon as she makes that decision, men seem to be coming out of the woodwork, they not there before, wanting to date her. She ends up moving next door to Mark Crawford, who too is embarking on his own one year plan: having grown up on and just moved from his father's dairy farm, he, having gotten a consulting job with a dairy, is giving city life a try, his heart up to this point of his ...

#PersonCharacters
1Christopher RussellMark
2Donna BenedictoRochelle
3Ryan McDonellNolan
4Jennifer CoppingFiona Waddell
5Peter Graham-GaudreauDon Waddell
6Nelson WongGeorge
  • Casting nightmare by 6

    The movie is cute and typical Hallmark fun but the casting of the mom is so far off it's distractingly laughable! She wears an awful grey wig but looks younger than the star! In reality she is only a couple of years older than the woman that plays her daughter. Please. Aren't there some late fifty year olds that can act? Of course there are. Shame on you for miscasting.

  • Yay Teamwork! by 8

    Finally Hallmark teamed Christopher Russell up with an actress he had some chemistry with! He showed a lot more personality than he has in some of his recent roles. The best he's been since Midnight Masquerade. Cindy Busbee is one of my favorite Hallmark actresses and she did not disappoint in this one.The basic plot isn't anything much but the two leads really played off of each other well. it was a straight up romantic comedy with no festivals or save the--- fill in the blank--- gimmicks to prop up a tired plot and fill in the 2 hours. Plus, there was a lot of good information about the weather.

  • Real sci-fi movie by 1

    Leading actress 37 mom is 41 and not a stepmother. Trying to figure that one out. Poor storyline trying to make new Hallmark movies to fast quality is lacking and shows. The lead male actor did an excellent job considering what had to work with. He made it believable.

  • Eek by 5

    If anyone needs a meteorology-themed Hallmark movie, check out Cloudy with a Chance of Love. It's funny, has a great cast, and emphasizes the complicated science (!!) involved in weather forecasting.

    This movie tried to establish a strong female character with big ambitions and career goals on the horizon. Unfortunately, a weak script and (I hate to say) portrayal on the part of Busby couldn't carry this one off.

  • Eenie, meenie, minie mo by 5

    Eenie, meenie, minie mo

    Don't waste your time because this movie is really slow

    She says "it's rain in the forecast", he says "it's sun"

    I say who cares because this made for TV film is certainly no fun

    These two lovebirds play cat and mouse throughout the movie

    If I can suggest you should be a lot more choosy

    I forecast a 5 out of 10 IMDB rating, no more, no less

    This film will never win any contest

#PersonCrew
1Mike Kamcinematographer
2Christie Will Wolfdirector
3Navid Soofiproducer
4Barbara Kymlickawriter