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Cupid & Cate is fast-food drama, but you can't turn away from a movie with a dazzling cast including Mary-Louise Parker, Peter Gallagher, Philip Bosco, Bebe Neuwirth, Brenda Fricker, and Joanna Going. This Hallmark Hall of Fame TV movie features Parker as Cate, proprietor of an upscale, second-hand clothing store. In handy dramatic terms, the shop is a gleaming repository of old memories--memory itself being something like emotional quicksand for black sheep Cate, who blames her domineering father (Philip Bosco) for her sisters' over-achieving ways as well as for the suffering of her late, alcoholic mother. Newly freed from an engagement to a chilly Brahmin type, Cate begins her life anew with the arrival of a near-perfect fellow (Gallagher) who adores her but is in an uphill fight for survival. The patchy script is riddled with unmodulated emotional pitches and incredible resolutions, but, hey, those actors are charm personified. --Tom Keogh
Romantic, funny, endearing... everything you can ask for in a Hallmark movie!Published 13 days ago by Jae Williams
At it's heart, this movie is about relationships, how the past impacts our present and our future. How one person coming into our life at the right time can open us up and help us... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Oldie But Goodie
Love the cast. Love the store. Love the story.
Wish I was Cate.
I watch it often and it's always a pleasure.
We like the movie because we have gone through the same ordeal and we found it very touching . It shows there is hope and a cure.Published 17 months ago by Big slim tim
Such a sweet movie, not your typical fairytale, but a real life love story. Its romantic, a little sad, but has enough humor twisted in for a delightful movie night! Read morePublished 17 months ago by Rosalyn Long
Because I really liked it - and all the actors that starred - great story line - everyone who likes the caliber of Hallmark movies should have this in their collectionPublished 19 months ago by Beth Focht