This week, I get to review the newest Hallmark movie, the first of the Summer Nights series, titled "You had me at Aloha" starring Pascale Hutton and Kavan Smith. This was the first movie filmed in my home state Hawaii.
I talk about the meaning of aloha, how the movie exemplifies the word, not just in the title but also in the storytelling. We unravel the truths in Ben and Paige, exalt the wardrobe, use of local talent and the beauty of the islands.
I get to rant a little about the mispronunciation of Hawai'i. Lol. But this was a good movie. I liked it. I gave it three stars and am hopeful Hallmark will be back again.
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