All of My Heart

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6.91 h 28 min2015ALL
A young caterer’s life suddenly changes course when she inherits a country home and learns she must share it with a career-obsessed Wall Street trader. At first, these opposites do not attract...[W Network]
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Peter DeLuise
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Ed AsnerLacey ChabertBrennan Elliott
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ComedyKidsRomance
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Peter DeLuiseHarvey KahnDawn KnightMichael OgiensMichael ShepardElizabeth Missan YostMarnie Young
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4.8 out of 5 stars

1603 global ratings

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susieque440Reviewed in the United States on February 12, 2018
4.0 out of 5 stars
Featured the original characters, even the darling goats.
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I always read the one star reviews before buying a movie. Since there were so few, I decided to give it a try. I had purchased their first
All of My Heart movie, and thought it would be interesting to see a "sequel". I did find Lacey Chabert's character to be a little whiny when
her fiance Brennan had to go back to Wall Street to make money to keep the creditors at bay after the rain storm hit and the house they
were fixing into a bed and breakfast needed a new roof. However, the movie also had a lot of charm. Other characters from the first movie
were featured again, and some found loves of their own. I wouldn't mind seeing another sequel to this movie. Their b and b could
become a place for other romances to originate, and if Hallmark handled it right, it could be very sweet. One of the negative reviewers mentioned
how Edward Asner should "give it up", or something to that effect. Actually, I feel sorry for him. He looks terribly old and unable to get up without
help, and he deserves our prayers, not criticism.
25 people found this helpful
ChellesReviewed in the United States on August 12, 2019
1.0 out of 5 stars
A ridiculous view on love
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I kept screaming in my head throughout the movie - don't go there!

But the movie did go there ...

I'm all for 'love wins the day' but the portrayal of love in this show is only going to lead to divorce.

Jenny doesn't actually have a clue on what she needs to look into to run a successful inn and is winging it. She doesn't have a business plan and did not even check the roof.

So her beau has to go back to his Wall Street job to earn enough money to support her ill planned business venture - and what does she do? Whine and whine and basically give him an ultimatum - her or his job - his job that he returned to because of her.

Sigh.

So of course, he gives up his job because 'love wins the day'. But what happens when down the road he starts to resent her in the long run because she is stopping him from doing what he is very good at and clearly enjoys (except when he also has to deal with her whining)

A more romantic story line would have them making compromises so they can both do what they love instead of one party rolling over and giving up their career.

A much better storyline would have Jenny supporting his career for example at his cocktail parties instead of whining half the night to the catering staff and anybody who would listen that he isn't paying her enough attention and how she feels out of place. As a female, I find her whining offensive.

Also, we should have seen him use some of his business savvy to help her in her inn and pastry business because she is clearly lacking in business skills and he could certainly help with that.

Lead the way Hallmark! And show us how love can survive in the real world if we both really work at it instead of whining about it ...
13 people found this helpful
AAReviewed in the United States on March 19, 2022
4.0 out of 5 stars
Four Star Main movie; second one is one, and so incredibly awful
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1st Movie: Hey, sometimes you just want to sit down and watch some feel-good, syrupy Hallmark nonsense. This was perfectly enjoyable, and it was so nice to see Ed Asner again. Probably a daft reason for taking off 1 star, but the lead actor, to me, looked sooo much older than the lead actress and I was confused how they were hooking her up with someone who could be her dad's age, and. not mentioning it. Turns out he's just 7 years older.

2nd Movie: for some Amazon-y reason, the second movie, All of My Heart: Inn Love is under the same reviews as the first, and you can't separate them. The second film is so bad! Like torturing myself to sit through it so I know what happens, in the hopes that the 3rd movie is redeeming! Inn Love has literally *none* of the charm of the first movie, and the plot doesn't even make any sense. Why would you be upset and whiny that your fiancee is doing major heavy lifting specifically to make money to keep *your* dream afloat. It makes you dislike the female character, as she comes across as daft and ungrateful. Also, the blogger character is the first time in all of my years watching Hallmark that there's been someone who literally grates my nerve and makes me want to stop watching, on the spot. Really hope the 3rd movie is better, but not holding my breath.
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KristenReviewed in the United States on March 20, 2022
1.0 out of 5 stars
Terrible
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This movie is so bad I'm questioning humanity that it has so many good reviews. The male lead starts off creepy and love bomber-ish. They mention they've only known each other for 6 months. They really nauseatingly beat the drum of how inseparable they are. They open an inn and when it goes south, the male lead has to go back to work. Hello? Welcome to real life. The female lead is whiny and ungrateful that he's working to make HER dream come true. I hated this one. There is also a dumb side plot with a reviewer and a hot handyman. It's stupid filler. Skip this one.
2 people found this helpful
HeatherReviewed in the United States on January 16, 2021
3.0 out of 5 stars
She seems too unhappy
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The movie was ok, but the main character was so unhappy. She was sad her fiance was gone- but he was only gone making money so she could have her dream (fantasy) bed and breakfast. She was lucky he wanted to work hard to make money so they could get by and make her dream come true. She just seemed too needy and all she did was whine about him being gone. She complained when he tried to help around the house repairing stuff- complained that he wasn't qualified yet he was qualified to go to the city to earn money to pay for someone to fix the electrical work and she complained about that too. In the end she's lucky he stayed.
3 people found this helpful
C. L. AndersonReviewed in the United States on February 23, 2016
5.0 out of 5 stars
All Of My Heart
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If you like Hallmark movies like I do, this will be one of your favorites. The two main actors are skilled and adorable. There's precious baby goats and mama goat in this for you animal lovers. The lead actress is a chef for you cooking enthusiasts. The lead actor is a handyman in training thanks to the mentoring of this wise, great guy at the local general store. Supporting cast is quite good. Ed Asner even has a small but endearing part in it too. One of my favorite Hallmarks for sure.
27 people found this helpful
laltoReviewed in the United States on February 20, 2018
2.0 out of 5 stars
No new plot
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Loved the characters in the first movie and I’m always happy to watch Lacey Chabert. But this movie simply redoes the plot of the first movie. Girl with financial troubles but a great baker tries to make county B&B work. Guy goes back to Manhattan and is conflicted about the excitement of Wallstreet and the lure of his sweetheart back in the country. Nothing new here despite the likability of the characters and the actors. Wish Hallmark had a better script for them!
12 people found this helpful
On-line ShopperReviewed in the United States on April 22, 2017
5.0 out of 5 stars
Romantic, funny and endearing story
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Really sweet story about the unexpected situations bringing a new opportunity for life, love and happiness ... Lacey Chabert plays a chef, so be prepared to be hungry. There are many likable characters. Ed Asner has a fun role in the story too. The story is basically about two people who have career ambitions that take a surprise turn when they both inherit a house that was left to distant family members who are no longer living. The house opens a door to a life option neither would have encountered nor could have imagined. The house make over throws them into projects where they eventually learn to appreciate each other, their neighbors and their new life. As is typical of Hallmark romance stories, their old lives re-introduce choices that could give them what they used to want, and each faces choices of following old dreams or accepting the new opportunities the house gave them. You can guess the rest.
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