Kennedy Blaine, a Californian girl, inherits a ranch in the small town of Valentine in Nebraska. Before she sells the property, she decides to spend the summer in her house and learn more about her family.
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Got this movie because found out it was filmed near me (Millersburg, OH). Great photography of this beautiful area is backdrop for a family-friendly romantic story. After being impressed by the leading man, I "Googled" him. He portrayed Jesus in TV mini-series, "The Bible." So, I then bought that. WOW. What an acting range this man has! Highly recommend all of the "Love Finds You In...." movies. Check it out. There are two others!
I loved this movie. Well done, and a heartwarming story about going back to our roots, money doesn't buy happiness, and putting an end to family problems Lindsay Wagner does a fantastic job as usual! I highly recommend it!
A really good movie with (except for Ed Asner) unknown actors -for me anyway-. good storyline and really good acting, the story keeps moving and don't drag. Not cheesy either, just a really good movie, not disappointed.
Nice heartwarming family-friendly film with a sweet "opposites attract" love story. Ed Asner played the part of a bitter father/grandfather well and his change of heart at the end of the film was touching. All of the actors seemed well suited to their roles, though the secondary villain was a bit cliched, in my opinion. However, that adorable dog, Wilson who was played by Simba was the MVP (Most Valuable Pupper) of the film, to me. His big scene of rescuing the damsel in distress showed that he was the goodest of good boys and I sure hope he was well paid with a fat, juicy steak!
one of my very favorite movies, I watch it at least once a month. beautiful story, love Lindsey Wagner, and the lead girl.....so beautiful and believable, Ed Asner, wonderful as usual. Ver uplifting movie.
What I disliked when the movie arrive the package holding the video was broken! I mean broken in pieces! I'm a long time customer of your and have purchased over 300 + movies and not one of them has arrived like this one! The only thing that I'm glad about is the video was not ruined. What was your staff doing playing football with it? Again Diogo Morgado is a great actor, he is why I purchased the movie after watching him in Son of God.
I enjoyed love finds you in charm, and the makers of that movie made this movie so I took a chance on it without watching it on TV first. It was actually pretty good. There is a little adventure and a little mystery involved, and of course romance. I recommend this movie.
Uplifting story of forgiveness and moving on in life. Dealing with a long time family feud, digging into one's family history, reaching out to others, and generosity. Well cast. Moves along at an OK pace. Didn't include Kennedy studying for the bar exam ... would have only taken a few shots.
5.0 out of 5 starsFantastic love story, worth watching more than once
Reviewed in Canada on August 28, 2016
This was a compelling and charming story right from the beginning. The actors were solid, the story was excellent, it was not forced, and the love story was genuine and beautiful. There is no foul language or smut in it, but you still felt the pull between Kennedy and Derek. Kennedy is an admirable, likable character. She is a strong, smart girl trying to reconnect with her past and finding along the way the place where she truly belongs. It was definitely the kind of movie that makes you feel good watching it, and left me smiling and then disappointed that it was over when the credits started to roll. What I liked most about Kennedy as a character is that she is just a good person but with a backbone and doesn't let people intimidate her or push her around. Derek has his own story, and the two of them are charming together.
Summary: Kennedy Blaine's parents were star-crossed lovers from two old, feuding families in the town of Valentine. Their families wouldn't accept their love for each other, so they ran away and lived happily; they never returned home even though "home" was always Valentine. After the death of her parents, Kennedy inherits the Blaine family ranch, which, she has never seen. She can only sell it under one condition: she has to go to Valentine and do the deal in person. When Kennedy arrives in Valentine, she meets the ranch foreman, Derek, and his mother, who have kept the ranch running all these years and love it passionately. She is drawn to Derek and is surprised to find that she feels genuinely connected to the ranch. She also tries to reconnect with her grandfather (her mother's father). Throw in a mystery around conflicting reports on the ranch's success, an anonymous buyer that wants to take the ranch, and a dangerous adversary from the past, and there's a little more to the story than just connecting with the past and finding the future. However, what I really liked was that the adversaries weren't the heart of the story. The real story is Kennedy's journey.
4.0 out of 5 starsGood family movie with good values
Reviewed in Canada on April 13, 2017
This movie is one of the three in the series "Love Finds You". It seems that the theme of all 3 of the movies is someone finding out who he/she really is and what he/she really wants in life. This story, as with the other 2, is well done. Good directing. Good acting. A storyline without mistakes. Beautiful scenery. Good values such as love and forgiveness. This is also a story about second chances. The characters are believable.
All together, we found this story to be uplifting and encouraging. We recommend this for viewing by teens and older. Children might not understand the details to do with inheritance and the buying and selling of property. There is also brief violence. No sex, nudity or foul language.