All Summer Long

6.31 h 24 min2019ALL
Tia's dream job of captaining a dining cruise hits rough water when her ex Jake is hired as the restaurant's chef. Will they be able to open a new business, navigate the sea, and each other? Stars Autumn Reeser & Brennan Elliott.
Peter DeLuise
Autumn ReeserBrennan Elliott
English [CC]
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Butterflymom54Reviewed in the United States on February 8, 2020
3.0 out of 5 stars
Wonderful adventure, amazing story!
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I love Autumn Reeser. I was hesitant to view this one as it was cast with Brennan Elliot and I can only see him with Lacy Chabert. However Autumn is always a joy with her effervescent personality. I was delighted to see that Peter Deluise and his wife are a part of the project. Directing and starring this time. I love the movies I have seen that he has directed so far. Then I really got excited when I saw this was a movie made from a book by Melody Carlson. I love her and her books and I actually read the first book in her series. (Once upon a summertime)I read this was the second in the story. I never got a chance to read it but I looked it up and there is now a third one. However the information from the trivia on Hallmark Channel now stated it was a stand alone novel. Yay! I am pleased to share I am loving every moment and I am savoring each scene like fine wine! Yes, it is that good. I love books and movies that inspire me, educate me and encourage me. This one fills all of my standards for my time and attention. More to come later after I finish. As a Dyslexic and ADD individual, I have to write as I go sometimes. :)
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Amazon CustomerReviewed in the United States on August 29, 2020
4.0 out of 5 stars
Great actors. Decent story
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Some Hallmark movies are very catchy and memorable. Others are watchable but not as memorable. This one falls into the latter category. It is the story of a young woman who is a successful lawyer in her dad's law firm who decides to follow her real passion by spending the summer being the captain of a dinner cruise boat recently purchased by her uncle. The chef who was hired turns out to be an ex-boyfriend who supposedly broke her heart years before. They start out being on bad terms but over the course of the movie, they have to work together to overcome some small obstacles to get the boat into operation. They eventually start to rediscover the things they had in common.

This movie has good actors who have been a staple of Hallmark films for a while. They do a decent job with their parts. Brennan Elliott plays the chef. He doesn't seem totally believable as a chef. He also plays a role he often gets of starting out as a character who seems unlikable but ends up being sweet. Autumn Reeser plays two roles that seem fairly unbelievable. She doesn't really seem like a successful lawyer and she seems almost less believable as a ship's captain. She does OK with the roles, but it's hard to view them as being real. The story moves along well and is just different enough to not seem like a total carbon copy of many other Hallmark movies. However, it doesn't necessarily have a lot of zip to it either. The main characters have some chemistry but not a ton. Fortunately, the other love interest angle never really gets off the ground much and doesn't make for an awkward situation. There is another guy in the marina that shows some interest but he quickly backs off in a dignified way. The only other small issue I have is a typical thing for many Hallmark movies. The story is supposed to take place in Seattle and San Francisco, but the scenes were obviously shot in some other location on the West Coast of Canada and look nothing like San Francisco. I don't mind movies shot in Canada, but I don't for the life of me know why they don't just say the setting is Canada or someplace other than the big city that is obviously not the real place the movie was filmed. This is a small thing but I think it detracts from some Hallmark movies.

I can recommend this if you are looking for a pleasant summer-themed movie, but you probably won't consider it to be a Hallmark classic.
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Karen M.Reviewed in the United States on April 11, 2020
4.0 out of 5 stars
True Love in San Francisco Bay
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I really enjoyed this movie. I have always liked Autumn Reeser and Brennan Elliot, but had not seen them together before. I appreciated the unique setting on the vintage dinner cruise yacht. I admit it took some adjusting to get used to Autumn's new hairstyle, but I can't deny she looks great. Brennan seemed a little tired, but maybe that was just me. Overall, I liked the leading actors, and appreciated the supporting actors, especially Peter and Anne Marie DeLuise. Hallmark, please keep making more movies in American settings!
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Pen NameReviewed in the United States on April 7, 2021
4.0 out of 5 stars
Cute story - above-average Hallmark film fare!
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I like the casting in this one, but there's a lot of predictable staples here, including the misunderstandings and the wealthy male rival for the girl's affections, but this one was still overall fun to watch. Beautiful Tia (Autumn Reeser) works for her father's law office, but she wants something different. The girl ends up 'getting away from it all' by working aboard a small cruise ship in which the owners wish to create a business hosting dinner parties. Enter Tia's old boyfriend, Jake (Brennan Elliott), who is an excellent chef, and is hired to run the kitchen. Meanwhile Tia has also met wealthy Bennett (Christopher Russell) who appears interested in her, while Jake decides he wants her back, as well. But Jake thinks Tia intends to return to her dad's law firm where they're offering to make her a partner. Predictable, but fun.
birdwatcherReviewed in the United States on August 18, 2020
4.0 out of 5 stars
Entertaining and fun
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Frankly none of the Hallmark romances or mysteries are barn burners. But they are generally entertaining, cute and fun, clean and non traumatic except for a bit of sadness at times if someone dies. That's why we watch these. It's the end of the day, wind down time, and we want a quiet watch.
Autumn is not my favorite actor in these. But I really enjoy Brennan. Together they are okay. It worked better than I thought it would. I think they could have added a bit more excitement to the cruise " disaster " etc. But it's enjoyable enough to watch again sometime.
Movie AddictReviewed in the United States on August 14, 2020
5.0 out of 5 stars
Great Movie!
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This one is now in my "favorites" category. Great chemistry between Brennan Elliott & Autumn Reeser. (Any movie with the pairing of these two have been great!) Good story line, movie "pace," and not too "predictable." You'll put this one in "your favorites" too!
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atl5846Reviewed in the United States on August 12, 2020
4.0 out of 5 stars
All Summer Long Enjoyable
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Bought this video specifically because of Brennan Elliott. He's especially handsome in this movie. Elliott is good in any film. The water scenes are a plus. It's nice to see a couple on paper reunite later in life, decade or more, for a happy ever after. Mid way in the film while at an outdoor dinner date the male-female lead's recap their earlier relationship which is charming, heart felt and memorable. Elliott's back story is more credible while the female lead's back story needs a bit more work. The scripted ending, the writing, is one of the best of any Hallmark. Highly recommend.
Amazon CustomerReviewed in the United States on January 25, 2020
5.0 out of 5 stars
Very sweet, realistic and feel good movie.
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Acting was the best and the story was a wonderful, heart warming adventure. True to life.
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