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Why is this movie rated so low? It deserves better! 8 Star rating for me!!
Wow! What a wonderful romantic comedy this was and still is, even though IMDb doesn't have it as a romance movie. The acting was top notch! No part of this movie was displeasing, except the Boston accent at the beginning, but thankful that part was short-lived. I adored the script very much! I adored the leading actor and the leading actress as well. What a cute couple! The Dolittle mom was something else. Come on Hallmark movie watchers and raters, this movie was great! The Boston accent was the ONLY piece of this movie that wasn't my perfect cup of tea. Otherwise, everything else was so enjoyable including the Boston scenery. Watch it at least once and if you really like it, come here and give it a better rating.
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