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      Pumpkin Everything

      TV-G 2022 1 hr. 24 min. Romance List
      Reviews 0% Fewer than 50 Ratings Audience Score An up-and-coming novelist confronts an old flame from the past after returning to her hometown to look after her stubborn grandfather and his pumpkin-themed store. Read More Read Less Watch on Fandango at Home Premiered Nov 07 Buy Now

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      Kathy U Nothing like the book. Rated 1.5 out of 5 stars 10/29/23 Full Review Trina B IN A NUTSHELL: Wow, if you're not in the pumpkin and fall foliage mood before this movie, you absolutely will be after you watch this brown-sugary sweet romantic comedy. The fall film was directed by Jeff Beesley, and written by Paul Ditty and Beth Labonte. The movie is based on the 2018 novel by Beth Labonte. She also wrote a sequel to that book based on some of the characters that were left out of the movie. THINGS I LIKED: The name of the hometown featured in this movie is AUTUMNboro! You are definitely going to be in the fall mood after watching this! The leading lady is the beautiful Taylor Cole, who has appeared in many Hallmark movies over the years. Taylor's romantic counterpart is played by the handsome Corey Sevier. I thought Paula Boudreau was adorable and did a great job hamming up her character. Sure, it was over-the-top, but she was the one assigned to provide the comic relief in the movie. Michael Ironside played the stubborn grandfather. He wasn't very likable, but I felt sorry for him because it's just awful watching your parents and grandparents become old and unable to do the things they once could do. I like movies that feature authors because I am one! You can find all 31 of my books in bookstores and on Amazon! A lot of people complain that Hallmark movies are too sweet and sappy. I tend to agree, but isn't it nice to get away from all of the misery and ugliness in the world for a little while? THINGS I DIDN'T LIKE: So much plastered hair. So much coffee. I can absolutely relate to the stubbornness of aging parents and grandparents who refuse to get help when they need it. It's hard for them to overcome pride and admit they can't do what they used to be able to do with ease and flair. The romance seems more of an afterthought. There is history between the pair so we don't get to watch them meet and fall in love. They simply decide to like each other again. There's not much chemistry and the two together felt like bland vanilla…not pumpkin spice. The emphasis of the movie is definitely the season, not the romance. There are some serious plot holes. Try not to overthink anything and you'll enjoy all of the fall colors and pumpkin…everything. I didn't understand the bad blood between the grandfather and his granddaughter. He's super cranky and unsupportive. Just because she didn't want to take over his pumpkin store business? It's hard to believe that a handsome, young man couldn't get a job with anyone else. Did anyone buy that storyline? There really isn't any action or major conflict to overcome…just some scheduling issues. None of the characters felt real. TIPS FOR PARENTS: The movie is rated G and safe for all viewing audiences. It's sweet and simple. No profanity. An old man falls down and gets hurt. THEMES: Romance Second chances Writing/authors Forgiveness Family Stubbornness Pride Change Our choices and how they affect others You can see the full review on the Movie Review Mom YouTube channel. Rated 3 out of 5 stars 10/18/22 Full Review Read all reviews Post a rating

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      Carson Timar ButteredPopcorn Pumpkin Everything is a surprisingly competent and decent feature that goes far above and beyond what a Hallmark Original really needs to be. Oct 23, 2022 Full Review Read all reviews

      Movie Info

      Synopsis An up-and-coming novelist confronts an old flame from the past after returning to her hometown to look after her stubborn grandfather and his pumpkin-themed store.
      Director
      Jeff Beesley
      Executive Producer
      Samantha DeGagne, Stan Spry, Devan Towers, Eric Scott Woods
      Screenwriter
      Paul Ditty
      Production Co
      The Cartel, Untitled Entertainment
      Rating
      TV-G
      Genre
      Romance
      Original Language
      English
      Sound Mix
      Stereo
      Aspect Ratio
      HDTV
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