Love in Glacier National: A National Park Romance
An avalanche forecasting expert brings her new technology to Glacier National Park where she faces push-back from the Director of Mountain Rescue who’s trained in intuition and common sense.
Glacier National Park?
So let’s talk actors: Ashley Newbrough is a mediocre actor in every sense of the word. I have not seen a single movie with her in it that’s she been good OR believable. AND PLEASE! No one goes skiing in full makeup INCLUDING fake lashes and lipstick. COME ON! Stephen Huszar was OK. Just passable. The young lady playing his daughter was delightful – she lit up the screen in every scene she was in.
UNNECESSARY and UNFINISHED storylines: Teagan Moss is the sister. She and her husband have been going through IVF. She takes a pregnancy test and it’s negative. She’s devastated – AND YET – the next day she’s very chipper – hot tubbing and playing in the snow with the daughter. It’s NEVER mentioned again. What was the point? AND her sister (Newbrough) never asks her about it? NEVER!!! Then there’s the “nemesis woman.” She obviously has the hots for Huzsar’s character…and seems miffed he’s not interested – but that storyline too is never addressed after she huffs out of the party. What was the point there? Totally unnecessary.
We also have the confrontation between Newbrough and Huzsar about her avalanche software. They never really discussed it in depth – but he won’t support it – so she gets angry and decides to go home. OOPS. The airport is closed due to snow. So … she and Huzsar’s friend use it and freak out because they are on a search and rescue operation – and HORRORS … there’s avalanche activity and no one knew it without her program. After JUST ONE use – he’s sold and asks her to stay.
One of the most contrived, silly storylines ever. Thank goodness they were all safe … but still nothing on the sister’s IVF thing.
Overall – I give it a 5 – for the daughter and the scenery.