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Frame Rate:
23.976 fps
English 2.0  
Run Time:
84 min
IMDB Rating:
6.2 / 10 
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Directors: Lane Shefter Bishop [Director] ,

Movie Description:
Waitress and animal lover, Molly Bishop is desperate for a holiday miracle. Broke and needing major car repairs.


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Help Not Wanted

We meet Molly in the coffee shop where she works with her best buddy. We learn that she is the daughter of a prominent founder and head of a PR firm, but she is very anxious to snag a job with a rival firm and is trying to avoid her father. We only see the father through Molly's eyes and that made me wonder if he deserves her treatment or is he just misunderstood? Is her insistence of making a success in her career without any of her father's help justified or is she just being stubborn and prideful? Especially since she's dead broke. I liked the mystery and "show don't tell" aspect to this. Meanwhile, she has some encounters with a rich and handsome man, Aiden, (who we know is a good guy because he has a hearing impaired nephew that he is nice to.) It turns out that he is friends with a partner in the firm that Molly is wanting to work for. Molly and Aiden start to date. They are smitten.

I loved the actress who played Molly. She was beautiful in a girl next door type of way with gorgeous hair and a natural delivery. She was a very good actress. The actress who played her friend, on the other hand, was annoying. She was supposed to be extroverted and quirky but just came across as loud and rude.

On a special date with Aiden, her father shows up in the same restaurant and Aiden invites him to join them! This is a very tense scene and had me on the edge of my seat. (mostly because of the acting) Aiden knew how she felt about her father. And for the first time, we get a dose of him first hand. And he is horrible! He totally disrespects Molly by overriding her preferred house Chardonnay with the most expensive bottle in the restaurant. He is overbearing, patronizing, and controlling. He takes over the date and Aiden goes along with it! We later find out her father stalked her to the restaurant! He wants her to work for him, and won't take no for an answer. I found his behavior abusive and dangerous. Aiden doesn't get it, since he got along with him fine, but after talking to his sister he realizes that he really screwed up and practically begs her to forgive him. She is offered the job and she is thrilled. She goes over to Aiden's apartment to forgive him. But while there she accidentally sees a text that shows that he tried to pave her way to the job offer even though she told him in no uncertain terms to let her earn the position on her own. OMG! What an idiot! Plus that is treating a grown woman like a little girl who needs to be taken care of. That kind of discounting is an intolerable insult. At this point, I was hoping she would dump him for good.

The resolution and the happy ending for her love life and her career was an anticlimax. Of course, I was happy for the happy ending but.... She asks for Dad's help to help Aiden's sister's charity and their relationship is repaired just like that. Apparently he finally gets that he is not going to have her under his thumb. It was way too easy. She realizes she got her new job because she is awesome and not because of the undue influence of Aiden. So she forgives him. I was OK with that because I think he really learned his lesson. And she learns that it's OK to ask for help. That part was lame-It is NOT OK to take advantage of who you know to get something you want. It's not fair. She was right the first time. It was not made clear that it IS OK to do so to do good works for others.

Despite the ending, I loved this. But it could have been a 10.

Poor storytelling leads to zzz

Painfully bland and boring. Bland dialogue. Inane story which seemed like it was written by a kid. When it's not stupid, it's boring.

Acting was fair to bad. Steffi DiDomenicantonio has a nice singing voice but her acting is poor. The actor who plays Mike Ward has poor delivery.

I wish I could say that the developing relationship between Molly and Aiden was interesting. There wasn't really any chemistry between Eden Broda and Zach Smadu. No personal connection and Broda often seems stunned when she's with him. It almost seems like Molly frowns more at Aiden than smiles at him.

Molly's relationship with her father and it's effect on her career path could have possibilities. But it's just plumped down into the story without developing the context which is part of good storytelling. Later in the movie we get to see it displayed some, but it seemed poorly placed and still little context. How did Molly and her Dad reach this point? It had something to do with her mom passing, but then what? Dad's shadow is important in the plot but its development is clumsy.

Molly's total obsession with stray animals also has possibilities, but it's just stated at the beginning and then dropped for the rest of the movie with almost no signs of it. Again no contextual development of it. Why is she supposedly so obsessed?

Pet peeve: phone texts that are almost impossible for the viewer to see except for the most eagle eyed. In this movie they were even smaller than most.
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