Summer in the Vineyard

2017

Romance

186
IMDb Rating 6.4 10 862

Synopsis


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Cast

Brendan Penny as Bryan Bailey
Marcus Rosner as Marco DeLuca
Rachael Leigh Cook as Frankie Baldwin
Tegan Moss as Lexi Moreau
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758.47 MB
1280*720
English 2.0
NR
23.976 fps
82 min
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1.52 GB
1920×1080
English 2.0
NR
23.976 fps
82 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by smithduke 5 / 10 / 10

If you didn't watch Autumn in the Vineyard, you can't follow.

Wow! I loved Autumn in the Vineyard. I haven't even finished this, but I plan to. I just wanted to offer my opinion from what I've seen so far. The dialogue was so hard to follow and the storyline as well. The director assumed you knew the past story. The characters were talking so quickly that I could barely understand what they were saying. Maybe it will get better as I watch the movie but such a disappointment from the first one.

Reviewed by rebekahrox 5 / 10 / 10

Cashing in on a better than usual original. Unfortunately, It's just a pale imitation.

A pale sequel to the very good Autumn in the Vineyard. The same beautiful landscapes without any of the interesting suspenseful plot points and multidimensional characters of the original. Frankie and Nate are trying to keep their new venture afloat but have conflicting management styles and suffer from a lack of communication. At the end they learn to work together. Thanks to a miracle at the end their vineyard is saved. Yawn.

Reviewed by Jackbv123 5 / 10 / 10

Summer isn't Autumn

I think the biggest problem with this sequel is that it tried to do too much, but maybe the acting and direction weighed it down as well. If I heard one more "The wine isn't ready yet" after Frankie tasted it, I was going to scream. This sequel adds a romance between Nate's brother, Marco, and Frankie's cousin, Lexy. It's a nice enough side story with some good chemistry. This might have been the best part of the movie, or at least the easiest for the viewer to identify with. For most of the movie, Frankie and Nate just weren't clicking. Even when they did click, it seemed strained when they definitely should have been nothing but happy. The fate of Sorrento Vineyard seemed to rock back and forth as more issues were added to the mix that affected their financial future. I think it was too much for the movie to handle. They seemed to bounce from one issue to another without really giving the viewer time to absorb any of them. As much as I liked Frankie and Nate in the first movie, I just couldn't get invested in their relationship in the sequel.

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