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||IMDB Rating: 6.1/10 from votes
||Release: May 2015 (Netherlands) /
||Director: Chuck Konzelman,
||Stars: Andrew Bongiorno, Anthony Paderewski, Ashleigh Jolly, Candace Cameron Bure, Delia Farizath, Dodie Brown, Isabel Myers, Jim Elliott, Kendrick Hudson, Lou Beatty Jr., Mark Irvingsen, Nina Leon, Pam Dougherty, Trevor St. John, Valerie Boucvalt
||Synopsis: The only thing standing between Dr. Lisa Leland (Candice Cameron Bure) and the wedding of her dreams in the Hamptons is a 2600-mile drive from Los Angeles to Long Island. However, a run in with the law in the country town of Normal, Louisiana leaves Dr. Leland with a choice--Jail or community service. Sentenced to serve three days as the town's doctor, Lisa has her world turned upside down by a man she would never expect. Quickly, Lisa finds that there's a lot more to Normal than she could have ever imagined. Written by Jeremy M.
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Candace Cameron Bure plays a doctor traveling from Los Angeles to her
wedding in the Hamptons when she's pulled over for speeding in the town
of Normal, North Carolina. Because she has a lot of unpaid tickets,
she's taken before a country judge who sentences her to serve as the
town's doctor for three days to pay off her fine. While there she
starts to fall for the small town and one local man (Trevor St. John)
What a pleasant surprise this was. I think it's impossible to dislike
Candace Cameron Bure unless you have some serious personality issues.
She's likable, pretty, and endearing. The supporting cast is good, too.
A lot of times in these types of TV movies, you have a couple of
recognizable leads and then a bunch of bland Canadians (I kid, I kid)
filling out the rest of the cast. But here the cast is full of
personable actors. Lou Beatty, Jr. is a standout and nearly steals the
movie. The sheriff's deputy and the little girl are also very nice. My
only real problem with the cast is Trevor St. John playing the small
town guy Candace's big city doctor is inevitably supposed to fall for.
For starters, his accent is a bit much. Everybody in the town has a
Southern accent but this guy is full-on Gomer with it. Also, his
character is kind of a jerk from the moment we first meet him.
Throughout most of the movie, there's this condescending air about him
that I didn't quite like. Nice kiss at the end with Candace, though.
Pretty hot for this type of movie, I gotta admit.
As others have pointed out, the story is similar to the Michael J. Fox
movie Doc Hollywood. Although Candace does very little doctoring,
really. There are some plot gremlins, as well. For one thing, she has
to stay in the town to serve out her sentence because they don't accept
credit or debit cards (really?) and the town's only ATM is broken.
Also, she apparently has no checks because "where I come from we don't
use those." Well this is all just contrived silliness. She could
probably call her bank and have the money transferred or any other of a
half-dozen solutions that would end the movie's plot before it really
begins. Also, the outstanding tickets that she has are not local so I'm
sure Los Angeles would not be thrilled to know that instead of getting
its money, this lady worked a few days as a doctor in Mayberry. But
this is all just hole-poking and perhaps a bit unfair so I would advise
just shutting your brain off and enjoying it for what it is.
Some of the critiques I've read come from reviewers with obvious axes
to grind and personal agendas to pursue. This movie has no pretense
about being what it is nor does it try to be sneaky or subversive. I
watched it on a channel that primarily shows Christian-themed
programming. I knew it was going to be a movie of a certain type. If I
(or anybody else) was uncomfortable with that, why watch it? Yet some
people apparently did watch it, all the while with their fists clenched
over the perceived outrage being perpetrated on them. Takes all kinds I
guess. Things do go off the rails a little bit when they bring the ACLU
into the plot. It just seems pretty unbelievable that so much is
happening in this small town during Candace's brief stay. But, again,
suspension of disbelief is our friend here.
So, final result is that it's a very nice TV movie despite its flaws.
Charming turns from Candace Cameron Bure and Lou Beatty, Jr. go a long
way to making it work. Speaking of Mr. Beatty, I would like to address
a comment by another reviewer. The reviewer said that this movie was a
"poor remake of Doc Hollywood but with less black people." What an
asinine statement. I didn't realize there was a set number of people of
any kind that every movie had to have. But since the reviewer saw fit
to go there, I would just like to point out that Lou Beatty's character
is more important to the plot of this film than any black character in
Doc Hollywood was.
Tags for Finding Normal Full Movie
, Anthony Paderewski
, Ashleigh Jolly
, Candace Cameron Bure
, Delia Farizath
, Dodie Brown
, Isabel Myers
, Jim Elliott
, Kendrick Hudson
, Lou Beatty Jr.
, Mark Irvingsen
, Nina Leon
, Pam Dougherty
, Trevor St. John
, Valerie Boucvalt
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