The Art of Us (2017) is a English movie. Kristoffer Tabori has directed this movie. Taylor Cole,Steve Lund,Brenda Crichlow,Malcolm Stewart are the starring of this movie. It was released in 2017. The Art of Us (2017) is considered one of the best Comedy,Drama,Romance movie in India and around the world.
Dr. Harper Higgins is an Adjunct Professor of Art History at the Cambridge Institute of Fine Arts. To make ends meet, she also teaches an adult painting class at the Arts Collective. She once aspired to the life of a painter herself, that is until her last show a year ago resulted in a scathing review by an esteemed art critic named Rick, who also happened to be her boyfriend at the time, that review which led to them breaking up and she putting down her paint brush for good. Although she never aspired to the life of an academic, she, as appointed curator, has managed to secure a famous artist for the Institute's upcoming Art Exhibition, it being a success which she hopes will lead to a promotion to a full time position. When that artist backs out, Harper scrambles to find a replacement. Who she hopes will be approved is the man she literally stumbled onto who became her dog walker, Tom Becker, his artwork which she truly admires. Untrained Tom only began to paint as therapy when he ...
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I have seen both actors before and none of their movies were THE movies. Typical Hallmark to enjoy during and hour and a half. So, I decided to give the pair a chance. This movie was enjoyable. It's not outstanding. It is still within Hallmarks parameters but it still felt, somehow, REFRESHING. The characters were good. The chemistry was quite good - The chemistry between Steve Lund aka Tom and Vincent was even better - (I have seen this dog in quite a few Hallmark movies by now) Some may find it boring and I would totally understand why, apart from the scenes with dogs and maybe one with the leads there were no major scenes/moments to react to. However i'm glad how the plot turn out: they didn't throw any pre-ending drama at the leads to tear them apart, but instead they faced it together - even though it's predictable - One aspect about the movie: What bothered me was how certain someone discovered the secret. Just because he "is" who he said he was, doesn't mean he can't have the life he has and do the things he does. He can be both. (I know it doesn't make so much sense: if reading the comment before it won't be understood, but it will after) To sum up: it is worth the watch, specially if you enjoy these types of movies as much as I do. Giving it a 7 because apart from what I mentioned in the last paragraph, they didn't ruined it. But I wished it was funnier.
Dr. Harper Higgins (Taylor Cole) is an art adjunct professor hoping that an upcoming art show could be what she needs to earn her tenure. Because of her busy lifestyle she hires dog walker Tom Becker (Steve Lund). When the artist scheduled to do the show becomes unavailable by accident she discovers that Tom is an amateur artist, and she convinces him to be the feather artist for the show. There is only one hiccup because Tom said that his family line came from the same hometown as Vincent Van Gogh and rumor was he may be related to him. Harper uses this to help get the approval for Tom to be feathered. Taylor Cole is as lovely as ever and being starred with Steve Lund created a believable courtship. My favorite part of the movie is how they work together in dealing with the Van Gogh falsification. This is one that I could watch again. Review submitted 1/15/2018 --- Victor J.
Taylor Cole is always an easy watch, and Steve Lund ? - I mean, who wouldn't want to date him ? A nice 'arty' film, but I'm biased towards the little dog - because I own the same make and model myself - a Border Terrier. The smartest and loveable of all little dogs. Is it any wonder he has a career in films ?
Most all Hallmark productions comes down to deciding do you want to spend the time watching the two leads in the film. In this instance Taylor Cole is a most attractive young woman (her still images on bing show her better looking than in this film..longer hair suits her much more), a majority men (or women) would be willing to roll the dice for a short while, and she should they wish to continue watching. Would be interesting to search out a work where she would not be constrained by a PG13 rating. Hallmark pumps out movies faster than most can keep up.. this one is no better or worse than all the others. With all typical Hallmark product the ending is always a given, it's just if getting there is not too eye-rolling shtick or boring. There is even now again one that is a bit more intriguing, Art of US just happens to fall in line with the fairly ordinary category.