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About this item
Movie MPAA Rating: Nr
Genre: Kids and Family
Movie Studio: MVD
Street Date: June 1, 2021
Item Number (DPCI): 246-01-1060
Origin: Made in the USA or Imported
In 1967, sisters Juliet (Darby Camp) and Evangeline (Chandler Head) are abandoned by their mother at their unsuspecting grandparents' farm in the small southern town of Fireside. Stunned by their sudden arrival, tender-hearted Walt (Corbin Bernsen) and champion fiddler Ruby (Melissa Gilbert) graciously stand in for the missing parents and create one blue-ribbon recipe for a loving family.
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Estimated ship dimensions: 7.5 inches length x 5.5 inches width x 0.5 inches height
Estimated ship weight: 0.17 pounds
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5 out of 5 stars
labornotinvain - 2 years ago
A fun-filled, heartwarming film for the whole family, this movie caught my eye with it's old fashioned setting and featuring of some of my favorite actors. Melissa Gilbert and Corbin Bernsen were excellent as Grandma Ruby and Papo, who take in sisters Juliet and Evangeline when their father goes to war in 1967. This was an engaging and well written and acted film, wholesome and heartwarming it is a feel-good movie that you can comfortably share with others, knowing that it will bring smile to their face. I had such a great time watching this one with my parents. The pacing was great, I never felt like there was a dull or stagnant moment. This was such a fun entertaining film, I loved that it had its lighter moments as well as more serious ones, as the sisters struggle to understand what is going on around them. I was so impressed with this movie, and its wholesome winsomeness and charm, as well as its well paced plot and endearing characters. The late Cloris Leachman is a gem as Great-Grandmama, though Papo had to be my favorite! I would highly recommend this movie to fans of the popular When Calls the Heart or Little House on the Prairie. I received a complimentary code to view this movie. Opinions expressed in this review are completely my own.
This sweet, nostalgic film will make you yearn to hug, call, or drive home to your loved ones.
5 out of 5 stars
Cover Lover - 2 years ago
Oh my. I’m feeling all the feels. I laughed, sighed, gasped, and cried (a lot) during the last hour and forty-seven minutes. When We Last Spoke overflows with love, family, friends, and the sweet spirit of forgiveness. I enjoyed every single character in this meaningful film. The unconventional family dynamic of Walt (Popo) Ruby (Mamaw) Juliet (Rabbit) and Evangeline (Squirrel) warmed my heart. It was fun being transported back to the music and atmosphere of the late 60s, and the southern culture and the stability of the North Star gave this story added depth and charm. I loved the actors, the acting, the humor, and the touching moments. I loved Cloris Leachman’s humorous and tender moments, Corbin Bernsen as an older, gentle soul, and Melissa Gilbert as the endearing family matriarch. But I especially enjoyed Darby Camp and Chandler Head (the young girls.) They are remarkable and lovable little actors! This sweet, nostalgic film will make you yearn to hug, call, or drive home to your loved ones. Disclosure: Many thanks to Last Spoke Partners for providing this product/product information for review. Opinions are 100% my own and NOT influenced by monetary compensation. I did receive a sample of the product in exchange for this review and post.