A Greek Recipe for Romance



IMDb Rating 6.5/10 10 349 349


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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by MickyG333 7 / 10

Rich boy identity crisis

6.9 stars.

What makes this film stand out? That's the question, considering how many seem interchangeable, particularly those set in Italy, Greece, and France-the romantic Mediterranean countries blending Western and Near Eastern cultures. These movies typically share common elements: food, music, culture, an American protagonist, and a charming foreign love interest. While you can mix these ingredients differently, the films in this collection often feel too alike to offer a unique or captivating experience beyond their familiar entertainment value. It lacks the excitement or novelty to truly refresh. I crave something more daring-not Spain, Italy, Greece, or Paris, nor some fictional Anglo-inspired realm. How about the Middle East, or even Turkey? Imagine sending one of our beloved Hallmark stars to Constantinople or a similarly exotic locale. It's time to embrace a bold change and explore new horizons.

This storyline feels all too familiar-a tale of an American woman in Greece who encounters a somewhat aloof billionaire's son, determined to conceal his privileged background. Intrigued by him, she discovers he's an exceptional Greek cuisine chef, making him the ideal partner to launch a restaurant and boost her career. Yet, his reluctance to reveal his secrets and adapt to the challenges of restaurant ownership presents obstacles. Meanwhile, her character lacks depth beyond their discussions on food, taste, decor, and olive oil. While I appreciate the actress's charm, the lack of dramatic tension leaves this romance feeling unbalanced.

Reviewed by richard-howard-36088 1 / 10

A Greek Tragedy for Romance - and You the Viewer!

Alas. This was the worst of the Passport to Love movies on Hallmark Channel.

MOVIE SYNOPSIS; Ingratiating New York assistant hotel manager gets canned and visits Greece with a savior complex spreading her unsolicited advice and miraculous building trade skills to find love.

The number of plot holes in this movie are too numerous to count. No chemistry between the lead actors, Ancillary characters (her mother, her mother's new beau, Theo's dads henchman, her friend back in New York) have no development or completely disappear by the end of the film.

Ultimately, we are left with the question: why was this film made?

Save yourself two hours, watch The Santa Summit.

Reviewed by sandpark-70052 9 / 10

Another enjoyable Hallmark addition to "Passport to Love"

Last week I enjoyed, "Savoring Paris" and this week's movie in the series, "Passport to Love" was another enjoyable movie.

Although I haven't traveled yet to Greece, the scenery, the food, and the people reminded me of my favorite Greek restaurants over the years. The people are gracious hosts and the food is amazingly delicious. The movie captured the culture that we have experienced in Greek restaurants in the U. S. The leads in this movie were believable. I am thoroughly enjoying seeing the scenery in these Passport films. The conversations that the main characters have seem honest and believable.

Thank you, Hallmark for bringing differing world cultures to us in the U. S. I hope we can travel to Greece someday, but until then this movie has helped bring a bit of Greece to us.

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