'A Tail of Love' Review: A sweet love story with a heavy dose of adorable puppies
Hallmark produces the best romantic movies of all time. Every movie has a different concept but all focus on how love is important in our life. The new Hallmark movie 'A Tail of Love' is all about love, puppies, and kindness.
The movie revolves around Bella (Brittany Bristow) and her grandmother Lily (Jayne Eastwood) operating a dog rescue, which was established by her late grandfather as a passion project. The rescue's future is endangered when they hear they will lose money from its primary sponsor, Stockyard Pet Food, a dog food company that is being sold after the owner's death. The late owner's son, JR (McNally), is a soldier on leave who is handling the selling arrangements.
JR instantly interacts with Indie (Moxie), a former military dog, while visiting the rescue and continues to visit to spend time with his new four-legged mate. When Bella learns that the rescue’s property is also being sold, she asks JR for assistance in locating the lost document certifying her grandparents' purchase of the farm many years ago. JR was also taken aback since he had assumed that just Stockyard Pet Food was sold, but the rescue facility was also at the risk of being demolished. Bella and JR get closer and begin to fall in love but JR's impending return to active service might put an end to their growing romance.
Bella and JR's initial encounter in the movie was not very pleasant, but when Bella realized that JR might be able to help her, she asked him if they could begin again. Not to mention, the part where our adorable dog Indie plays an important role in Bella and JR's journey. JR, who is supposed to return to his military duty grows closer to Indie and that becomes a concern for Bella as JR's departure will hurt Indie. Not just Indie, but Bella too gets upset and realizes that she has fallen for JR. You might have to watch the movie to know what happened between JR and Bella?
Takeaway: It was a cute flick to watch with a blend of love, puppies, passion, and kindness.