Sun, Sand & Romance (2017)

  • Year: 2017
  • Released: 26 Aug 2017
  • Country: United States
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  • Available in: 720p, 1080p,
  • Language: English, Spanish
  • MPA Rating: TV-G
  • Genre: Action, Comedy, Family
  • Runtime: 84 min
  • Writer: Rich Tabach, Jennifer Barrow, Gregg Rossen
  • Director: Mark Rosman
  • Cast: Tricia Helfer, Paul Campbell, Scott Elrod
  • Keywords: summer resort,

Sun, Sand & Romance Storyline

Kate (Helfer), a driven accounting executive, heads to Cancun with her boyfriend Eric, an equally ambitious land development executive, for some much-needed rest and relaxation. But the getaway they agreed would be 90 percent romance and just 10 percent work becomes anything but that. Upon arrival, Eric learns a prominent real estate developer is a guest in their resort. Wanting to seize the opportunity for potential business, Eric chases this new venture and leaves Kate to her own devices time and again. Luckily, Shep (Campbell), the resort’s activities director, is an old friend of Kate’s from her camp counselor days and more than willing to help fill her solo hours with fun and adventure. As the old friends spend more time together and reconnect, Kate is reminded of dreams she used to have and finds herself wondering if it’s time to change course.—anonymous

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Sun, Sand & Romance Movie Reviews

Completely unbelievable coupling

I don’t need to add the words “wooden” and “expressionless” when it comes to “Shep’s” acting … other reviewers have already pointed it out. The fact that this successful, driven beauty who is desperate to win her promotion and loves that her boyfriend is not only very handsome but is as driven as she is, would throw everything out of the window for a “camp counselor” she knew 20yrs before. Her first thought was that he wasn’t “successful” and that he was hiding away from his true calling. She gave up her dreams of writing children’s books in exchange for a super successful career in marketing so that makes perfect sense.

Her boyfriend’s career in land development is rising and she’s prepared for them both to do a bit of work on the trip but she’s also expecting him to propose and looking forward to it.

There is no chemistry between she and Shep and she has to work very hard to try to carry the movie. He acts as if he didn’t want to take the role…. and it should not have been offered to him. Perhaps he knew this too.

Poor Shep gets the girl but his trade-off is having to work in the rat race again in a suit and half-heartedly admit that family law (which she suggested was a “more acceptable” career) is so rewarding!!

None of this movie works except the backdrop.

Mindless enjoyment

The location of this was just what I needed in January. It wasn’t one of the better storylines but I’ve seen way worse.

My take on the zero chemistry situation- I’m wondering if the problem was the characters and not necessarily the actors. Right from the start I found I was not rooting for these two to get together. They each seemed to be living rather nice lives.

The end scene at the bus stop was where I saw major problems with acting. The male played it too cool against the females overly emotional dialog. But I’m wondering if he was told to play it that way.

Nice to look at, none of the feels.

The setting in Mexico was beautiful, loved looking at the beach scenery. Unfortunately, there was no chemistry between the main female and either man. It was good background noise while I was working.