Wedding Bells (2016)


Wedding Bells Storyline

In Manhattan, fashion designer Molly Quinn and executive chef Nick Turner were once set up by their respective best friends, couple Amy and James, but there were no romantic sparks largely in their differences. Molly’s style is classic and timeless, while Nick’s is modern and trendy. While Nick’s style of cooking is experimenting with flavor combinations in putting together the perfect bite of food, Molly is theoretically allergic to “chef foam”, she believing the two major food groups being ranch dressing and bacon, both in large quantities. Even if there were sparks, they would both probably have denied it in being afraid of commitment, albeit each for different reasons. Now in being maid of honor and best man for Amy and James, Molly and Nick have to band together to figure out a way for the wedding to happen after Amy’s wealthy parents, who were to pay for the wedding, are hit with a financial crisis. Although a stretch, an alternate venue is proposed in the inn in the Berkshires owned by Nick’s father, Charlie Turner. The many problems with it even as a suggestion are that: the inn has been closed ever since Nick’s mother, Charlie’s wife Clarissa passed away years ago, it having gone into a state of disrepair over time; the country setting does not mesh with Amy’s urban sensibilities; and arguably most importantly, Nick and Charlie have long not been on speaking terms in the aftermath of Clarissa’s passing. In Nick making the request regardless for his friend, Charlie does agree to let them use the inn. In the process, Molly and Nick have to handle most of the wedding planning on a shoestring as Amy and James attend to family finance business. In Molly and Nick trying to find a common ground around the style and the food for the wedding, the collective five of Molly, Nick, Amy, James and Charlie may truly come to an understand of the meaning of love, both in the familial sense as well as the romantic sense, with Molly and Nick only if they are open to allowing themselves to feel love.—Huggo

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Wedding Bells Movie Reviews

Charming bells

2016 was a hit and miss year for Hallmark, likewise with all the subsequent years too. With winners such as ‘Love in Paradise’, ‘Love on the Sidelines’, ‘Tulips in Spring’, ‘Summer Villa’ and ‘Journey Back to Christmas’. But also some duds such as ‘Ms Matched’, ‘Unleashing Mr Darcy’, ‘Dater’s Handbook’, ‘The Convenient Groom’ and ‘A December Bride’. Am not always a fan of Danica McKellar, who tends to be typecast and whose acting tends to be more of the same to a varying degree.

Despite having initial issues with her character, she does come off well here and ‘Wedding Bells’ comes off well as an overall film. Not one of the very best 2016 Hallmark films, but closer to being one of the winners than one of the duds and for me it is one of the better 2016 June Weddings films easily (which was not a good batch on the whole that year). ‘Wedding Bells’ may not be a great film and has a few issues, but it also has a lot of worthwhile things executed well.

Starting off with what doesn’t quite come off, McKellar’s character does take time to warm to with the whining in the early stages going overboard.

Like a lot of Hallmark films, the ending is too pat. Did feel as well that the secondary relationship was too much of a mismatch.

Once her character became more interesting and likeable, McKellar fully relaxes and gives a very winning performance full of charm and energy. Kavan Smith matches her very well and his performance is likeable and easy going, nothing looking stiff or forced. Their chemistry always looks natural and genuine and didn’t have any real problem with how it was written and developed. The supporting cast are solid and while they are cliched the characters weren’t annoyances or bores, with the only reservations being with McKellar’s early on.

Furthermore, ‘Wedding Bells’ looks good with lovely scenery and the music doesn’t distract tonally or in placement. The script isn’t cheesy or schmaltzy and flows well, while the story even though very formulaic is very sweet (without being overly so) and light hearted with a nice energy going on.

Concluding, not great but good and one of the few above average 2016 June Weddings films. 7/10.

It’s worth watching

In the very beginning of the story the lead man who is a chef, double dip’s a French fry into ranch dressing which was a turn off for me also I really did not care for his personality but when the story progressed he did better and I wanted to watch it anyway. I actually enjoyed his father’s character (Bruce Boxieitner) in the movie and that guy looks pretty darn good for his age. (Danica) did great with her heart felt acting. It’s worth watching.

Lovely Danica McKellar film

A best man and a bridesmaid who seemingly have nothing in common are given the task of planning their friends wedding, and of course sparks start to fly in this fun Hallmark film.

I thought this was great, with the ever lovely Danica McKellar on good form, and well matched by Kavan Smith.

With some lovely themes and moments, this is worth a watch.