For Love & Honey

2024

Drama / Romance

7
Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 44%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 44%
IMDb Rating 6.5/10 10 400 400

Director

Top cast

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773.04 MB
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English 2.0
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23.976 fps
1 hr 24 min
Seeds 81
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English 5.1
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23.976 fps
1 hr 24 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by Jrsny1 5 / 10

High Expectations....Not the Best Resilts

This sadly is a disappointing review with a disappointing rating. Andrew Walker is one of the finest....maybe the finest actor ....on the Hallmark roster. He easily could make a PSA deserve a rating of 7 just on his own acting abilities. Virtually in every movie he has starred in....at some point....he makes you feel something. Especially in a Hallmark movie, somewhere you should feel something...be touched by something.......but not this time....not this movie. Throughout the entire movie, there was more time spent on bee stories with almost nothing spent on the human relationships. In this movie, there was nothing to be felt by the viewers. They never got us to feel...be touched....even care about their story. This movie was more like some primer or a PSA on bees and their place in the ecology....completely devoid of all human emotions. Unfortunately, even Andrew Walker couldn't bring a good rating to this PSA. Hallmark wasted his talents...and the location of Malta.

Reviewed by jpyshny 7 / 10

"Sweet Movie"

American professor of archaeology meets a beekeeper on Malta. Who would've guessed archaeologists and beekeepers had so much in common. Except, he doesn't like honey and he's allergic to bees.

There is a treasure map (no, he's not Indiana Jones) and there is a treasure hunt...

I do wonder why Hallmark movies are now putting the first kiss at the one hour point instead of at the end of the movie, but that's probably my personal issue....

This young couple "plays" Indiana Jones and "Indiana Jane". Honeybees are the center of this movie and are parts of all of the clues, so pay attention.

It's Hallmark, so it's the predictable formula; you know they'll be a happy ending.

Reviewed by atlasmb 8 / 10

The Maltese Attraction

This is one of my favorite Hallmark romances. Not only does it feature a good love story, but it shows off the beauty of Malta. And I learned some things about Maltese history and apiology (or mellitology).

Austin (Andrew W. Walker) is an American archaeology professor who visits Malta. There he meets local Eva (Margaret Clunie) who is an apiologist. Circumstances bring them together, then they mutually discover a hidden fresco which might be a map. Thus begins their adventure and their relationship.

For the most part, the relationship develops smoothly, without too much drama. But they both know Austin will be returning to the U. S., so neither foresees anything serious developing, despite their attraction.

Forgive the pun, but this is a sweet story, with an appealing tone. For my money, Margaret Clunie seems like an actress who could handle almost any role. Here, she gives off a pleasant energy that binds the story together.

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