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Tulips in Spring


Drama / Romance

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Fiona Gubelmann Photo
Fiona Gubelmann as Rose Newell
Lucas Bryant Photo
Lucas Bryant as Tom Nowak
Kelly Rowan Photo
Kelly Rowan as Caroline Sebastian
Iris Quinn Photo
Iris Quinn as Sarah Newell
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772.22 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 23 min
P/S 13 / 45
1.4 GB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 23 min
P/S 15 / 43

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by Ed-Shullivan7 / 10

As Judy Garland's persona Dorothy Gale would say "There's no place like home!"

Light viewing, simple story, with a family comes first theme, and a new romance to boot. Tugs at your heart strings if you are the type that believes in your own family and you remember both the good times and the bad times. It's an inspirational film with a warm and romantic tone to it. Both Mrs. Shullivan and I quite enjoyed it.

I give it a 7 out of 10 IMDB rating,

Reviewed by TheLittleSongbird7 / 10

Beautiful tulips

2016 was rather hit and miss for Hallmark, which was hardly surprising as all the 2017-2021 Hallmark batches (that were seen before this year's) were very up and down as well. It boasted some good and more films, such as 'Love in Paradise', 'Love on the Sidelines', 'Summer Villa' and 'Journey Back to Christmas'. But also misfires, such as 'Unleashing Mr Darcy', 'Ms Matched', 'The Convenient Groom' and 'A December Bride'. And everything else ranging between mediocre and pretty decent.

'Tulips in Spring' is thankfully closer to being one of the hits and good and more films. Not one of the best of the 2016 Hallmark films by all means, but a long way from being one of the worst and really appreciated its honest good intentions and heart. It is also much better than all the films officially part of the Spring Fling block for 2016, none of the three in question did much for me, and feels more like a Spring Fling film than them. So 'Tulips in Spring' is recommended.

Sure it is formulaic, which was not unexpected. Pretty much all Hallmark films are, even some of those that attempt something different.

Also would have liked more spark in the leads' romantic chemistry, the chemistry is hardly non existent but it is a little too low key for my tastes and isn't focused on as much as the family storytelling. Do agree with those that say that one plot strand comes too out of nowhere and is handled in a rushed manner.

Having said all of this, there is a lot to like about 'Tulips in Spring'. Fiona Gubelman and Lucas Bryant are both engaging and likeable leads and it was easy to relate to Gubelman and what she was going through. Iris Quinn and Kevin McNulty play their parental roles with sincerity and brio. The character writing was fine, did appreciate that none of the characters were too perfect and that nobody's flaws were exaggerated. Have seen both extremes in a lot of Hallmark films and it is becoming something of a bugbear.

Most of the writing was fine, it flows naturally and doesn't become too mawkish or cheese ridden. The film goes at a gentle but not dull pace, and is light hearted in some places in a way that is unforced and fun and genuinely heartfelt in a poignant way in others. The family drama is relatable and rings true. The production values are fine, especially the scenery, while the music doesn't overbear or feel repetitive.

Summarising, falls short of greatness but a lot to admire. 7/10.

Reviewed by MIssM197 / 10

Same formula but a LOVELY movie.

First review! I thought this was going to be another "Woman leaves her dream job to be with a man whom she met one week ago even though they have that chemistry and magic off the charts". You know, the typical Hallmark formula that we got used to but yet we somehow love.

It wasn't. The plot is quite similar to "Summer love". A woman finding herself or finding that she wasn't living the life she wanted. - And yes, they also share the leading guy, Lucas Bryant - The romance is a secondary part of the plot. Important, but not THAT important.

Rose has to come back to the farm she grew up to help her parents when things are not going great and she begins to appreciate what she didn't when she was younger. Back in L.A she had a perfect life, a job she enjoyed, and a boyfriend who cares about her - not the annoying, nosy guy - but she learns something is missing and that is the movie's main theme: the feeling of being at HOME. And no, they didn't give the cliché "Home is where the heart is" line but another lovely quote that is 100% true. You'll have to see to find out which it is.

Both leads did an amazing job - Fiona Guberlmann's character Rose was adorable and likable - Lucas Bryant did a good job as well, but I hope to see another film where he screams or get mad at someone, because I've seen him in this movie and "Summer love" and he is playing a character with the same attitude. Calm, dedicated to his job. - He totally win me over with a simple word: "Morning" in that rough voice tho - Even Rose's parents were adorable.

I truly enjoyed this movie, the plot made sense and even though it's the same formula, you'll still like it.

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