“South Beach Love” Hallmark Movie Review

📸: Hallmark Gold Crown

I give this movie 6 out of 10 vomits

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🟢 Plot 🟢

Based on the Hallmark Publishing novel by New York Times Bestselling Author Caridad Pineiro comes a story about rival quinceañeras, glorious Cuban cooking, friendship, family ties- and romance.

🟢 The Stars 🟢

William Levy – Tony

Taylor Cole – Sara
🟢 Non Spoiler Spew 🟢

Watching this movie is like watching my family and friends quinceañeras. I have been in one quinceañera before, so I know how crazy then can get. Hallmark did their research and got it right at showing how crazy throwing a quinceañera can be. It is literally the same as planning a wedding.
Writing

This was a great story! I do not think I have seen Hallmark do a quinceañera movie before. The people involved in creating this story did a great job.
Chemistry

Ok. Levy is a VERY handsome man, how in the freaking heck did Cole show ZERO interest in him. Maybe she was attracted to him, but did not want to show it? He seemed like he was trying to get close to her and have that romantic chemistry, but it truly seemed like she was not having it.
Likes and Dislikes

There was this dancing scene that was SUPER lackluster. I was hoping it would be similar to “The Ugly Truth” when Gerald Butler and Katherine Heigl were dancing together. I wanted to see that this is where their spark for each other came back.

The choregraphed dance was silly I LOVED it! It was just like the quinceañera I was in. It is awkward because we were all between the age of 14 to 16. So, at that age we are all awkward around each other learning a dance.
A Funny Moment

When Cole and Levy finally have that Hallmark kiss. Their families spy on them kissing. I laughed at this because this is so typical of a Spanish family. They are always in their kids business, no matter how old they are.
Overall

I did enjoy this movie. I am happy that Hallmark is spreading its wings and giving Spanish people more of a leading role.

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