Today we have the pleasure of hosting Eric Rutin, co-host of Hallmark Mysteries and More, as we discuss fan-favorite movie: “Love, of Course”. Starring Cameron Mathison and Kelly Rutherford, this heartwarming film is sure to capture the hearts of Hallmark fans everywhere. So, dive in to the Girls Gone Hallmark review with Eric to hear his thoughts on the movie!
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About Guest Eric Rutin
- Eric Rutin is an avid Hallmark movies enthusiast. Currently, he co-hosts the remarkable podcast, Hallmark Mysteries and More, together with Sydney Rowland. This podcast is exclusively dedicated to unraveling the captivating mysteries that unfold in the world of Hallmark Movies and Mysteries.
- Eric can be found on Instagram at both @HallmarkMovieReviewer and @HallmarkMysteriesandMore.
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About “Love, of Course”
- “Love, of Course” is the story of Amy (Rutherford) who moves her daughter to college and ends up securing a position to support the school’s yearly Autumn Harvest Celebration. Through her encounter with Noah (Mathison), a charming and widely-traveled educator, Amy gains insight into her own character and embarks on a fresh and exciting path.
- This movie originally premiered on October 20, 2018.
- Kelly Rutherford stars as Amy. Rutherford has 63 acting credits, including a 121 episode run as Lily van der Woodsen on “Gossip Girl” and 90 episodes on the original “Melrose Place.” This movie appears to be her one and only Hallmark movie.
- Cameron Mathison plays Noah. Mathison is well known to Hallmark fans with roles in the “Hannah Swensen” mystery series, “General Hospital,” as well as over 1,100 episodes of “All My Children.” We last saw Mathison in “Carrot Cake Murder: A Hannah Swensen Mystery.”
- “Love, of Course” was written by Tracy Andreen, Lee Friedlander, and Janna King.
- This film was directed by Lee Friedlander.
- The movie is shown to be based in Oregon, however, it was filmed in Winnipeg.
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