The Lost Husband (2020) 1080p

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Frame Rate:
23.976 fps
English 5.1  
Run Time:
109 min
IMDB Rating:
6 / 10 
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Directors: Vicky Wight [Director] ,

Movie Description:
After the sudden death of her husband, Libby is forced to move in with her hypercritical mother. Out of the blue, her estranged Aunt Jean offers an escape: a job and a place to live on her farm in the Texas Hill Country. Before she can talk herself out of it, Libby is packing the minivan, grabbing the kids, and hitting the road. Life on Aunt Jean's goat farm is more wonderful and more mysterious than Libby could have imagined. Beyond the animals and the strenuous work, there is quiet - deep, country quiet. But there is also a shaggy, gruff farm manager with a tragic home life, a feed-store clerk who claims she can contact her husband on "the other side," and the eccentric aunt she never really knew but who turns out to be exactly who she needs.


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A sweet escape!

Although I'm sad I didn't get to see it in a movie theater, this was just the movie I needed to escape the confines of quarantine (if only virtually!) for a little while. The filming is exquisite, the cast is perfect, and it was fun to see so many beautiful parts of Texas. Laugh-out-loud moments are balanced with both heartache and tenderness. Loved it!

Charming and Easy

This was a very easy movie to watch. Old fashioned ideals and a wholesomely Texas setting is just the kind of environment we need right now.

A part of me wishes this had been made into a miniseries; not in the 90's "made for tv" sense though. I would have liked more time with the characters and plot. There were several major points that felt almost rushed. I see this as a plus in that I did want to see more.

There were a few moments that felt emotionally flat; four year old calmly getting in to police car to leave the only home she's ever known, nearly no emotional bonding between Libby and her son.

The roles were well acted with Dunn standing out in her subtlety headstrong role. Whitlock Jr.'s Russ McAllen was exactly the guy you'd want dating your widowed mother and someone you'd like to have over for Sunday dinner. Lawrence was good in her limited scenes. Leslie Bibb's portrayal of Libby was a bit two dimensional as she never seemed to be able to go beyond the depressed/freaking out moments that defined her character. This was one of the few characters I had a trouble feeling anything for. Duhamel fit well into the role of educated cowboy James O'Connor though I felt like we didn't get to see the full emotional transformation he went through. I also would have liked to see more of his interaction with the children.

Though rife with cliches, that wasn't really a bad thing but rather a strength. This move was comforting and easy. The flowing plot kept you engaged like a river float in July. I really enjoyed this movie!

Don't waste the money

The 1 star seems generous. I never write reviews but this movie is so bad I had to. The movie drags on and has scenes that don't seem to fit well into the story line (Talking about the weird seance scene at the old house) I kept watching hoping something would happen, but alas the end was just as anticlimactic as the whole movie. A waste of money
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