11 February 2018 | jfenn53058
If you can overlook a fundamental flaw at the start...
When she crashes her sister's car down a ravine which results in her amnesia, she is found walking along the road by the Sheriff with a cut on her head. It never occurs to the Sheriff to look for a car - If he had he would have found the car nearby, checked the registration, tag, VIN... - movie over in 20 minutes. And after her boyfriend and sister don't hear from her in days, anyone in the real world would have long since called the police to issue a Missing Persons Report. If you overlook those flaws the movie is entertaining enough. Lead actress Julie Gonzalo is very good in everything I've seen her act in, and with her noticeable childhood scar visible right between her eyes, once you see her in a TV show or movie, you'll never forget her - distinctive for her acting and appearance, smooth voice/delivery, and the way she conducts herself. The whole cast does a good job, the kids one of the higher points. As usually with Hallmark, entertaining, not edge of the seat suspense, but entertaining.