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Carrot Cake Murder: A Hannah Swensen Mysteries



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Top cast

Alison Sweeney Photo
Alison Sweeney as Hannah Swensen
Gabriel Hogan Photo
Gabriel Hogan as Norman Rhodes
Barbara Niven Photo
Barbara Niven as Delores Swensen
Gabrielle Miller Photo
Gabrielle Miller as Julianne Carlson
772.41 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 24 min
P/S 10 / 144

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by d-robold4 / 10

A very dry cake

I really looked forward to this movie. It's been an enjoyable series. Been. This movie made me dislike Hannah. She was obsessed with solving the mystery to the point that she ignored her fiancé's advice, job, and feelings. The reason for her involvement and need to find the murderer was oddly out of character. It was also obvious she did not want to move forward with her wedding . The chemistry between Hannah and Her fiancée was lacking, felt forced. "Let's just enjoy being engaged for a while" was odd considering the previous connection they had. There was no joy or optimism in their interactions. The wry humor Hannah projects was also missing. Thi This was dry carrot cake that needed the cream cheese frosting of good writing and connections.

Reviewed by tazcrustworthy3 / 10

Cake fell flat

I have enjoyed this series and all the actors within Allison Sweeney has always been a favorite so this and her 2 other Hallmark characters draw me in every time. This movie's storyline, however, I thought was predictable. Simplistic direction of the characters became obvious 1/2 way through. And the relationship between the lovers really had me become to dislike the Hannah character. The lack of understanding by Hannah with her fiancee was ridiculous! Hannah should be a hero and a role model for women. She failed here miserably.

Both characters were smarter in previous episodes. A big decline in character development.

Reviewed by pwpj115 / 10

Worst of the series

I loved the previous Murder She Baked/Hannah Swenson TV movies. Not this time. First, how typically Hallmark to wipe previous family members from existence, in this case dropping in a new one as if she had been there all along. I guess this happened in the first movie called "Hannah Swenson Mysteries" but for me it did not hit home at the time.

How about, "Michele, it's so great to have you home after you were away so long getting your college degrees." Or, "Hey, I hear from Andrea last night. She and Bill are settling into their new life in New Hampshire. Bill loves his Deputy Police Chief job." It's just like Hallmark 's Good Witch series that, by the unwatchable final season had dropped, by my count, 4 or 5 family members. Does Hallmark think everyone is a newcomer to a series that had been on for many years?

I was also very disappointed in Hannah's behavior. In her obsession with playing detective, she wass oblivious to the position she put Mike in with both his professional ethics and his place in the police department's hierarchy. The only reason I rated this as high as a "5" was in the probably vane hope that Hallmark will clear up these issues in the future.

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