All Of My Heart - DVDLacey Chabert
A young caterer’s life suddenly changes course when she inherits a country home and learns she must share it with a career-obsessed Wall Street trader. At first, these opposites do not attract, but feelings begin to change when they find themselves having to work side-by-s... Read More
Starring: Lacey Chabert, Brennan Elliot, Edward Aner
Dove Rated "Family Approved" for all ages
MPAA Rating: G
Run time: 84 minutes
- Product type: Video
- Format: DVD
- Release Date: Jan 12, 2016
- UPC: 883476150277
- Runtime: 085
- Language: English
- Volumes/Discs: 1
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- Sweet and Fun by Bethany on 2/12/2016
All of My Heart is a sweet Hallmark Channel Movie. The story is about Jenny, an inspiring chef that has just inherited a house. Well, she has only inherited half a house. By a unique designation in a will, the other half is owned by Brian, a Wall Street trader and complete stranger. Brian wants to sell it and split the profits, but Jenny wants to start her own Bed and Breakfast and buy Brian out. They quickly agree to that arrangement and everything moves smoothly until Brian loses his job and with no place to go, he turns up on Jenny’s doorstep. As they make improvements on the house, their relationship begins to grow. Just as Brian is about to reveal his feelings for Jenny, an old love interest of hers arrives and threatens the budding romance.
I appreciate that this movie has very few physically romantic scenes (3 kissing scenes). The characters are genuinely kind and share real relationships with one another. Friendships are positive and build one another up. They encourage and support one another, whether it is Brian encouraging Jenny to sell her breakfast foods or the neighbor visiting and bringing jam.
While I gave this movie 5 stars, I would consider it a secular movie. There is no mention of God, no one attends church, no one has any revelations that draw him/her closer to a relationship with Him, and basically the characters live their lives without His presence.
One word of caution. Since Brian and Jenny are both owners of the home, they both live there (with everything split down the middle-sort of-separate bedrooms and shared kitchen, she gets the goat and he gets the truck). The way the movie is presented, we have no issues with sharing it with our children.