Love Takes Flight (2019) is a English movie. Steven R. Monroe has directed this movie. Nikki Deloach,Jeff Hephner,Barbara Niven,Skylar Olivia Flanagan are the starring of this movie. It was released in 2019. Love Takes Flight (2019) is considered one of the best Romance movie in India and around the world.
Dr. Lizzie Beauman (DeLoach) is a single mother and hospital administrator determined to improve the hospital's conditions while also caring for her young daughter, Quinn. Lizzie is very type-A; organized and detail-oriented. But all that changes when new EMS pilot Charley Allen (Hephner) comes into the lives of Lizzie and Quinn. Charley challenges the constraints that Lizzie places on herself, especially, her fear of flying.
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With the exception of the pilot character calling the helicopter rotors 'propellers' in the beginning, this movie hit solidly on several themes: Closed-off single mom, hurting widower father and adult son, job romances, job pressures and dangers. Yes, there is the usual break-up around the bottom of the 2nd hour that seems to be a Hallmark movie requirement, but all the elements come together in the end. I appreciated the less than saccharine tone, choosing to deal with real-life issues providing more depth than many a Hallmark movie. Well done. A keeper.
Nikki Deloach does a fine job as a divorced hospital administrator with a young daughter. Jeff Hephner is also okay as her potential love interest. The real star is Tom Thon as Hephners characters father. He plays the dad still grieving over the loss of his wife. It's amazing how he shows the gamut of emotions in his face. Skylar Flanigan is also super as the young daughter. Another star of this movie is the beautiful scenery of Savannah Georgia.
This is a special Hallmark movie, it touches your heart in a beautiful way. The stories that connect the characters are like a wonderful tapestry. You will be remembering this movie for quite awhile! Hallmark Movie Fan Peter Petretich
This one had many sentimental moments and the story itself was touching. What stuck most, "we cross paths with certain people for a reason".
Lizzie is the COO of a hospital, and has an adorable 5 year-old, Quinn. At work, she hires a new EMS pilot, Charley, who happens to be the son of Quinn's new friend, Walter. These two find each other when they needed it the most and we see Charley and Lizzie beside them in this new adventure. Writing the review as I watch the movie: Walter and Quinn are adorable. The mother-daughter relationship between Lizzie and Quinn is heartwarming. I think I have said it before but Nikki DeLoach, a favorite for the Hallmark scenery, always light up the room with her performance and her smile. Jeff Hephner, new to the Hallmark scenery, but not my case (Jeff Clarke, to me) plays a confident pilot, with a hero complex who is there to fix things with his father after the passing of his mother. I liked it. A fresh idea, instead of an overused plot, good supporting actors and a satisfying script. My only problem was that the main characters did not have enough time alone, which is require for the grand finale we are so accostume to. I didn't feel enough chemistry either, which honestly was disappointing. The other relationships were more precious to me than the main one. It is worth the watch but won't become a favorite. Sorry Hallmark.