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The Nanny Express

4.7 out of 5 stars 211 customer reviews

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A young woman goes to work as a nanny for a widower whose two kids have already run off six other nannies. Slowly, the man’s young son warms to the new nanny, and the dad himself starts to fall for her as well, but his teenage daughter, still hurting over the death of her mother, has no interest in having this new woman in her or her dad’s life.

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  • Actors: Vanessa Marcil, Brennan Elliott, Stacy Keach, Natalie Dreyfuss, Dean Stockwell
  • Directors: Bradford May
  • Writers: Judith Heiman Kriegsman, Riley Weston, Stephen Langford
  • Producers: Erik Heiberg, James Wilberger, Larry Levinson, Matt Fitzsimons
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Color, Full Screen, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated:
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  • Studio: Genius Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: May 4, 2010
  • Run Time: 120 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (211 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0035JHYNO
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #8,298 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "The Nanny Express" on IMDb

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I watched this on Hallmark Channel and fell in love with the story.

Where a young woman is working her way through school to be a teacher while volunteering to tutor at her church. Her father is very ill she lives with him, they have a great father daughter relationship. After she loses one of her jobs she finds a nanny position with a family where the kids need loads of TLC...

Great story...the father of the Nanny makes it a point to always tell his daughter that he "Loves her as big as the sky"...

This is the type of quality I've come to associate with the Hallmark name over the years.
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The movie opens with a series of unfortunate events experienced by the 20+ nannies who have tried to cope with the 2 children of David Chandler. Meanwhile, Kate is coping with a father with heart disease, being laid off from her job, working on getting her teaching degree and tutoring kids from low-income families at her church. The driver of the bus on her regular route (and soon-to-be her best friend's boyfriend) connects her with a job because his sister runs a business providing housekeepers and nannies. That is how the Chandlers meet Kate.

She has the same pranks pulled on her that 9-year-old Ben and 15-year-old Emily played on all of their other victims, but she needs the job, so she sticks with it. She also sees in Emily the shadows of her own past and hopes that she will be able to help her. Ben begins to thaw toward her, but Emily remains cold and disdainful. This is the hardest part of this movie for me. The father seems completely clueless as to how to teach his daughter to show respect to others. She continually treats the nanny in demeaning ways and the father witnesses it and does little or nothing, other than apologize to Kate for her behavior. It is as if the death of her mother three years ago excuses her from accountability for her actions.

David Chandler is so grateful that Kate has stayed that when he finds himself attracted to her he hesitates to show it
for fear that things might not work out between them and then he will have lost the only nanny that stayed more than a day. Kate is attracted to him, but isn't sure of his feelings at first.

Emily is aware of what is happening between her father and Kate and she does her best to sabatoge the relationship. It appears that she is successful.
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I usually avoid these family kind of movies. They tend to be corny, mushy, over done with syrupy music playing from start to finish. This one is a refreshing surprise!

My wife and I decided to sit this one through, and yes, of course, you pretty much know what's going to happen from start to finish. A young teacher to be takes a nanny position from a rich, handsome guy(Can there be any other type?)widower who has two bratty children. This is lighthearted fair, but with a couple dramatic elements, basically dealing with the death of one's parents. Also, I wouldn't call it a true romantic comedy because the protaganist don't spend the first half of the movie hating/fighting with one another; nonetheless, a potential romance ensues.

Two of my favorite, stalwart actors perform well in their small but important roles: Dean Stockwell as the nanny's 'hanging-on-to-his-last-gasp', loving father and Stacy Keach as the tad potbellied, sympathetic, wise minister. I love these guys, they act without acting!

Produced by Faith and Family Entertainment, they live up to their name. It's clean, and the story gently stresses faith in God, seeing things through, and love.

My one complaint, they do play the music non-stop through the movie, but thankfully, it's not has syrupy as most. You know, it's difficult to make a fully balanced movie, and I think more so with family fare, and have all the elements work well.

If you need a bit more meat, bite or uncertainty in a flick, you're not going to like this one, but for us and for this type of genre, we found it satisfying. Also, there's no nasty people or words, enjoy a few smiles and tears.
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I originally watched this movie on TV and knew that I would have to have my own copy. It is a 'feel good' movie and I highly recommend it.
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I am a huge fan of Hallmark movies. They aren't all "great," but they are lighthearted, suitable for family, etc. I'm not a movie snob, so I have an appreciation for light movies when I don't feel like watching stuff like Memento. I caught this movie about two years ago, and started watching it b/c of Vanessa (GH and Las Vegas fan here). I won't go into the plot, but it's a very sweet movie, and although it's predictable, it is fun to watch it all happen. The little boy is a cutie and I did enjoy the opening scenes with the other nannies and then the scenes w/Vanessa. If I'm home and it's on, I'll watch it. I purchased the dvd, mainly to see if any scenes that didn't make the on-air presentation are there. Even still, I'm happy to have it in my collection.

Now if we can only get Elevator Girl on dvd...hint hint Hallmark.
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This is a nice movie. It's a love story and then it teaches so many other little lessons. How to cope with loss in your family, how to accept things you can not change, etc. You will enjoy this movie and its a good clean movie. So many of these movies have too much sex, cursing and different things you wouldn't want your children to watch. This is a family movie.
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