Just My Type (2020)

TV Movie   |  TV-G   |    |  Comedy, Drama, Romance

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Vanessa, a pop culture writer in NYC, lands the interview of a lifetime with renowned mystery author Martin Clayborne. It's a rocky start, but as they spend more time together she learns there is much more to him than meets the eye.




  • Briar and Brett Dalton in Just My Type (2020)
  • Brett Dalton in Just My Type (2020)
  • Bethany Joy Lenz and Brett Dalton in Just My Type (2020)
  • Bethany Joy Lenz and Brett Dalton in Just My Type (2020)
  • Bethany Joy Lenz and Brett Dalton in Just My Type (2020)
  • Bethany Joy Lenz in Just My Type (2020)

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5 May 2020 | clairelu60
| Incredible ....for a hallmark movie
I love a good hallmark movie; even with the cheesiest lines, the awful acting, and plots so simple a 5 year old could predict them, hallmark movies always have that feel good, sweet essence. This movie is worlds above most other hallmark movies. The actors must've had a great time with this, as it's playful and fun, so much so that it doesn't feel manufactured or bland like so many other hallmark movies do. The actors were actually believable and had decent chemistry. The writing was not always bad. There were moments, especially when characters talked about themselves for a while, that went on and felt cliche or unreal (almost as if it were a speech or monologue), but there were other very well written parts that felt organic. I even laughed out loud a couple times, which I rarely do when watching all the cheesy hallmark movies. In fact, unlike most others, I don't think this hallmark movie had a single pun in it! As much as I love good puns, they're so overused and over emphasized in hallmark movies that it's refreshing to not have a pun. Even though there were a few tropes that this film followed, many of the usual cliches were left out, which made this feel almost like a real movie. The sets were just as bland as others, there was "another woman" and there were a few spots with long, weird speeches, making it a hallmark movie in both the best ways and the worst, but if you can ignore that this is a pretty good movie.

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