The Cabin (2011)

TV Movie   |  Not Rated   |    |  Comedy


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A pair of single parents, who have each brought their children to a remote Scottish resort for an annual family-and-games event, are accidentally booked into the same cabin. Naturally, they can't stand each other...at first.

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23 August 2018 | omijer
5
| Where's the Relationship? The sparksW
The Cabin is a pleasant, cheerful movie about two families with the same last name ..both of whom have registered for a Scottish vacation built around some competitive sports events . The families are both composed of a single parent, a teenage daughter and pre-teen son. Upon arrival at the Scottish vacation camp, there is a mix-up of names, and both families are 'forced' to share small cabin,.. To this faithful Hallmark viewer, any interest that this contrived arrangement can muster has now been exhausted. The children are beyond cliches. And the parents, a scruffy, unshaven Steven Brand and a desperately youthful Lea Thompson, are without any chemistry or basis for what becomes a relationship. it was difficult to understand some Steven Brand's dialogue, as his Scottish accent was often too heavy to decipher..Lea Thompson is so mis-cast in this role, it boggles the mind to understand what the film's producers were striving for. She is close to 60 years old, and while one does not want to appear politically incorrect..this is way too mature an age to depict her as a young divorcee of young children, and one who is attractive to the male lead. There is far too much hair flouncing, twinkling smiles, flirtatious glances to make her believable. She is not an ingenue. The plot is contrived, predictable, almost unworthy of a Hallmark movie. There is absolutely no chemistry between the leading characters to account for their attraction and romance. This is a formulaic, predictable film, with very little plot, almost no chemistry between the leading actors, and felt like a sad expenditure of time and money on the part of Hallmark producers.

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