This Magic Moment

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  • 2013
  • 1 hr 30 min
  • 5.5  (439)

In the movie This Magic Moment, directed by David S. Cass Sr., we follow the story of struggling Hollywood producer Liz McIntyre (played by Diane Neal) as she tries to reignite her career by producing a new movie. The movie is a romantic comedy set in a small town, and it is dependant on something special to kick it off. The movie is very personal, something that Liz cannot empathize with, so she ends up traveling to a small town called Kambold to investigate this mystery element.

Upon arriving in Kambold, she meets the writer, Brady Murray (played by Travis Schuldt), who is going through a writer's block. Brady's mindset is not in the game because of his old flame, Hollywood movie star Helena Harris (played by Alaina Huffman), who used to live in Kambold. They reminisce over dinners and fireside chats, making Liz feel like the third wheel. Liz tries to keep her eyes on the prize, but the writer's block lasts longer than expected, so she decides to take measures into her own hands.

In the meantime, Brady's brother David is dealing with the loss of their father, and through this grief, David (played by Vincent Spano) is finding it hard to communicate with his young son. As they move through their personal struggles, they realize that writing the movie would make a positive impact on their personal lives. Things change when Helena Harris shows up in town and complicates the lives of the three leads.

This Magic Moment is a delightful romantic comedy-drama with a slower, laidback pace. The film navigates through the lives of Kambold's residents, their issues and problems, all while showing the various beauty spots of the town. The movie is reminiscent of old Hollywood and is perfect to watch on a cozy evening. The actors are convincing in their roles, making the audience invested in their relationships and personal journeys. The small town setting highlights the importance of community, as characters band together to make a positive change, showing that change does not come from an individual but from the collective.

The movie's plot revolves around the making of a movie, and it offers a unique perspective to audiences who do not know the ins and outs of movie-making. Viewers can see how many external and internal factors influence the success of a film. The movie delves into the difficulties behind producing a socially responsible film while still making it entertaining. This Magic Moment does not shy away from the challenges that come with producing a movie, but it emphasizes that every story that moves people is worth telling.

The dialogue is can be predictable at some points, but it is mostly light-hearted and easy to understand. The movie is suitable for people of all ages and is perfect for anyone who wants to laugh, cry, and feel a warm fuzzy feeling all at the same time. The soundtrack is delightful, with a mix of slow and upbeat songs that complement the mood of the scenes. It is an excellent option for date night or a relaxing weekend evening wrapped up in blankets.

In conclusion, This Magic Moment is a film about love and the challenges that come with it. It will warm your heart, make you smile, and bring tears to your eyes, all while celebrating the beauty of small-town life. It is a must-watch for anyone who loves a good romantic comedy, and a great reminder that sometimes, life's most heartfelt moments are found in the simplest things.

This Magic Moment is a 2013 comedy with a runtime of 1 hour and 30 minutes. It has received moderate reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 5.5.

This Magic Moment
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  • Release Date
    2013
  • Runtime
    1 hr 30 min
  • Language
    English
  • IMDB Rating
    5.5  (439)