Friday, February 1, 2019

Be My Valentine (2013) Hallmark Movie Review starring William Baldwin

Be My Valentine (2013) Hallmark Movie Review starring William Baldwin
With Valentine's Day just around the corner, it is befitting that we should review a movie entitled "Be My Valentine". 

Of course, this is a sappy romantic movie with the perfect ending.  After all, isn't a sweet love story exactly what we are all seeking for Valentines?  

So, why not go ahead and tell you now, this is it! 

William Baldwin might not be as well known his brother, Alec, but he is every bit as likeable.  Perhaps, even more so.  His role in this movie as a single father actually makes him very endearing.  We see his playful side as well as his sensitive side.  But, mostly we see a father who loves his son and is willing to help him in ways that might normally be considered a mother's job.

Oh, and one more important thing, the fact that it is a Hallmark channel movie ensures us that the movie is appropriate for any age to view.


Be My Valentine (2013) Hallmark Movie


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Firefighter, Dan Farrell (William Baldwin), believes all of the embers of love were completely doused for him when his wife died.  But, fear not, he is good-natured and happy as a single father.  His daily focus is on his son and his job.  He is definitely not looking for romance when cupid smacks him upside his head.

Kate Burlington (Natalie Brown) plans to spend Valentine's Day with old movies and comfort food.  Still feeling the sting of a failed relationship, Kate isn't looking for anyone special.  She is not even interested in having a date for Valentines.  However, when a small fire breaks out in her flower shop, she comes face to face with someone very special indeed.  The mutual interest is immediately ignited between Dan and Kate.

As they spend time together, they find they have a lot in common.  Therefore, a friendship between them just seems natural.  It isn't until Kate's ex shows up that this new relationship is challenged to the extreme.  After all, Kate had wanted to marry Gavin and it was his lack of commitment that caused the breakup.  Now, Gavin is back and wants to get married.

Ok, so the movie is probably "cheesy" and a bit predictable, but it is also still adorable.  A sweet love story for Valentine's Day for sure!







"Be My Valentine" is available on DVD or Amazon Prime Video
Currently, "Be My Valentine" is available on Amazon with a subscription to the Hallmark Channel.  


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6 comments:

  1. Oh this sounds like a delightful movie. Of the Baldwin brothers, I like William the best. We will have to check this one out for sure

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  2. Love sappy (and sweet) movies for light-hearted entertainment. And Hallmark always has the best. BTW, I have to admit (not being much of a movie buff myself) that I've always adored Alex Baldwin, but never knew he had a brother (William) who was also an actor. Will have to watch this movie to "meet" William. :)

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  3. The hopeless romantic in me loves Hallmark movies. Since I have a subscription to Hallmark, I'll have to check this out. Thanks for your review.

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  4. Now that's a movie I might actually enjoy watching! Thanks for the review. Hallmark movies always seem to be uplifting.

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  5. Ms. Mouse, because of you I have been turning the television (Sling) to the Hallmark channel sometimes on weekends. I will keep an eye out for this movie.

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  6. Cynthia, I always enjoy your Hallmark Movie reviews. They're helpful so that when I see them come up on my TV (if they do), I'll remember your review and then watch it! Some of the Hallmark Movies can be really corny, but strangely enough I still enjoy them. I guess knowing that they're corny is why when I watch them my expectations are never too high, and most of the time I like the movie more than I thought I would.

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