October Kiss (2015)

  • Year: 2015
  • Released: 17 Oct 2015
  • Country: United States, Canada
  • Adwords: 3 nominations
  • IMDb: https://www.imdb.com/title/tt5076032/
  • Rotten Tomatoes: https://www.rottentomatoes.com/m/october_kiss
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  • Available in: 720p, 1080p,
  • Language: English, Japanese
  • MPA Rating: TV-G
  • Genre: Comedy, Drama, Family
  • Runtime: 84 min
  • Writer: MacKenzie Austin
  • Director: Lynne Stopkewich
  • Cast: Ashley Williams, Sam Jaeger, Laura Mitchell
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49% – Critics
49% – Audience

October Kiss Storyline

Poppy Summerall has been unable to commit to anything or anyone, leading to her currently being unemployed after one failed job after another, and being single despite a plethora of men seemingly interested in her. After seeing Poppy interact with her twin sons Rob and Steve, Megan, her sister, believes Poppy would make a great nanny, she able to get her a job as one working for Ryan Larson, whose two children, Zoe and Zach, go to the same school as Rob and Steve. Widowed for four years, Ryan, a coder with a tech company, desperately needs someone to look after his kids as he has a imminent presentation which, if successful, would bring the company to the next level. In Poppy spending time with the Larsons, she will have many challenges both in light of herself and of the Larsons as a collective. First, both Poppy and the kids will have to find a way to commit to each other, the kids who are “anti-nanny” arguably in missing both their parents as Ryan, of late, has come home from work after the kids have gone to bed. Second, Poppy will have to find a way to get Ryan more committed to his children in terms of the time devoted, that lack of attention despite Ryan truly loving them. And third, Poppy will have to learn how to deal with the romantic feelings that she begins to have for him, and he seemingly for her, both as her employer and as she believes that he is in the beginning of a relationship with his work colleague, Abigail Morwell, who has made it clear that she is interested in him.—Huggo

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October Kiss Movie Reviews

A Nanny for Halloween

I tagged this as having possible spoilers, but I don’t think I said anything you wouldn’t expect on your own.

This isn’t quite your usual Hallmark nanny movie where the kids declare all out war on the new nanny.

Ashley Williams, plays a totally upbeat Poppy who seems to find positive in everything and also can turn almost anything into a life-learning experience. Even when things aren’t going so well, she can laugh and move on. Part of this is a little childishness, but I think life loving is a better description of her than childish.

Even her rival is not mean in this movie and actually she is kind of nice.

Of course this is supposed to be a romance between Poppy and Ryan, but much more than that it is a romance between Poppy and the kids. While that is true to some degree in most nanny movies, it is even more so here. If I were a single dad, I would find it very hard not to love someone who loves my kids so much and is so good for them.

There are no huge surprises or plot twists in this movie, but I still enjoyed it so much, mostly because of the relationship between Poppy and the kids.

Better than average Hallmark movie

A woman named Poppy who bounces around from one job to another becomes a nanny to the two children of a workaholic widower. She quickly wins the kids over, then the dad, but a burgeoning workplace romance for him and Poppy’s commitment issues may spell the first ever sad ending for a Hallmark romantic comedy. Yeah, right! It’s a Hallmark movie so, of course, it’s predictable to a fault. But what saves the movie from the mediocrity that engulfs so many made-for-TV efforts is the winning personality of Ashley Williams. She’s charming, bubbly, and downright lovable in this. That isn’t to say the rest of the cast is bad. It’s actually a very good cast for these types of things. Sam Jaeger does an admirable job making his workaholic father character likable. The two kids are terrific, especially the daughter. The cast plays well off one another and really come alive in scenes with the delightful Ashley Williams. It’s a funny, sweet, and pleasant movie; a nice way to pass the time. It won’t challenge you and it doesn’t reinvent the TV romcom but, if you are a fan of such movies, I doubt that you will find anything to dislike here.

Love at Fall

Three Fall Harvest films were made in 2015, have noticed that of all the seasonal blocks for all the years between 2015-2021 the Fall Harvest block has always been the briefest. ‘October Kiss’ is the last one, following on from ‘Autumn Dreams’ and ‘Harvest Moon’. Both films to this reviewer were well done, with a few issues but many strengths as well, making the Fall Harvest block one of the better and most consistent seasonal blocks for Hallmark that year.

Of the three, for me ‘October Kiss’ was the best. It may be the slightest plot wise, but the concept was the most appealing and most mature one of the three and the execution was charming and heartfelt. As far as the 2015 Hallmark films go, ‘October Kiss’ to me was one of the best, and it was very up and down for Hallmark that year where the hits really soared and the misses missed big time. It is also a very good representation of Ashley Williams, who is not one of my favourite Hallmark regulars but not one of my least favourites either.

It is not perfect, it is very slight plot wise and at times it is too lightweight. Which does make the pace drag, especially in the slightly over-stretched first act.

So much is good about ‘October Kiss’ however. Williams’ performance is full of perky charm and sincerity, love her radiant smile which is not overdone, and she has a mostly charismatic, sympathetic and very easy to like leading man in Sam Jaeger (though a bit too uptight to begin with). Their chemistry is very sweet and genuine, while moving at a realistically paced rate and not feeling aimless or too fast moving. The younger cast give nice performances too, especially Hannah Cheramy, doing well at bringing heart to the film without being too cute or bratty. The family relationships are done with honesty and heart.

Furthermore, the story, despite its predictability, is always engaging and is light-hearted and heart-warming. The film is nicely scripted, with some nice playfulness between the leads and the sentimentality is not overdone. It looks good visually. Especially the gorgeous scenery. The music doesn’t distract and really liked how the film made the absolute most of the setting without shoving it in the viewer’s face.

Concluding, liked it a good deal. 8/10.