For the Love of Jessee (2018)

Adrienne Barbeau, Manu Intiraymi, Bre Blair, Randy Wayne,
For the Love of Jessee is a movie starring Adrienne Barbeau, Manu Intiraymi, and Bre Blair. Doctor Luke Matthew's world comes crashing down when he loses the love of his life and becomes a father in the same night. When he hires...
  • 5.7 /10.0 IMDB Rating:
  • DatePublished:
  • 2018-09-07 Added:
  • Curta Edwards Schlarbaum, Writer:
  • David McAbee, Director:
  • Randy Kulina, Sean Miller, Producer:
10 / 10

Fun!

I really enjoyed this movie!! I watched it the day it was released because #covid. I had never seen the lead actress before but thought she was adorable and super talented. I think everyone's mom/ grandma/ church group/ family group would really enjoy this. Lots of tears, redemption, and cute babies!

9 / 10

Sweet, Family film

I thought this movie was a feel good film. Watching it in the middle of COVID especially was nice. I just can't handle any more negative stuff. Adrienne Barbeau is a favorite of mine since way back when, and she continues to be incredible in everything she does. All in all an easy watch that this old lady enjoyed.

10 / 10

Will Watch Again

I purchased the movie on Amazon so I have it digitally and will buy the DVD. I can watch this multiple times.

You should watch this if you like realistic life trials and tribulations. It is set in such a cute town - I will definitely be visiting Wickenburg AZ! The setting was beautiful.

The score was great. The person who did the score is talented.

Tony Denman was awesome playing Luke's friend.

I'm glad Adrienne Barbeau's character came around in the end.

Also, there are HORSES!

7 / 10

Good story

Good story. I watch a lot of hallmarks and this movie pulled at my heartstrings.

5 / 10

Good potential

While the actors are all very good looking, the acting itself falled horribly flat. Very cringeworthy, actually. Sage was the only believable character. The others were just reading lines. Loved the storyline, but I agree with a previous review about the medical aspects. Absolutely no way would an OBGYN stand aside while a patient was dying and making nurses do the work. I was in the patient position and my doctor was the one who saved my life. And absolutely NO way would a doctor be permitted to perform his wife's own cesarean...not realistic at all...glad I watched it because the plotline tugged at my heart strings, but once was enough.