The Bridge (2015)

TV Movie   |  TV-G   |    |  Drama, Romance


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Two new students at nearby Belmont University, Ryan and Molly, meet the first day of classes and become study partners. The Bridge, a local bookstore, becomes a close part of their lives as their relationship grows.


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9 December 2015 | carlenesmith000
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| No one will care in December 2016
Hallmark is seriously delusional if they think anyone will care in 12 months what happens in this movie. The story is almost nonexistent, the young male

lead is vapid and has only one facial expression, and nothing really happens until the token "misunderstanding" that could have been resolved with one good question. The down and out bookstore seems to be the biggest game in town and has no problem staying vital to the community. Every cliché in the book is well covered in this trite and stale offering.

I do like Faith Ford and she does bring the only depth and story line to this sad effort.

A big letdown from the Hallmarks of the past. This is a clunker.

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