Love Struck Café

Love Struck Café

Love Struck Café is a TV movie starring Sarah Jane Morris, Andrew W. Walker, and Garry Chalk. Megan Quinn, an aspiring architect, finds herself faced with multiple tasks. She gets sent to her hometown to try to convince Mrs. Frances...

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Running Time
1 hours 24 minutes
Romance, Drama
Cassidy Nugent, Sarah Jane Morris, Garry Chalk, Andrew W. Walker
Mike Robe
Mike Robe, Robert Tate Miller
Canada, USA
Other Titles
Love Café, Croquer la pomme d'amour, Cafeneaua dragostei
English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Comments about romance «Love Struck Café» (667)

Kyle avatar

Thirty year old Megan Quinn works as the Client Relations Supervisor for the Chicago based development firm, Stoneland Properties. Because of her people skills learned working in the family business, Rosie's Diner (Rosie, her now deceased mother), as she was growing up, she is good at her job, although she is hoping to use her degree in Architecture eventually to move into the design side of the firm. She has also been in a relationship with up and coming lawyer, Philip Carter, for nine months. Her life may take some major turns when Philip seems to want to take their relationship into a more committed level of marriage. Concurrently, Jordan St. Clair, an executive VP at Stoneland, wants to use her people person skills on a project, a shopping center development proposed for Sapphire Lake, located on the outskirts of her hometown of Cedarvale, Oregon, located in the heart of apple growing country. There is one property owner holdout refusing to sell, Frances Figgins, who Megan has known all her life. St. Clair is clear to Megan, who is to head back to Cedarvale, that she has ninety-six hours to convince Mrs. Figgins to sign on the dotted line, doing so which would lead to that promotion into design, failure to do so meaning she's out of a job. Sapphire Lake holds bittersweet memories for Megan, it where she and her childhood friend and high school sweetheart, Joe Wainright, professed their love for each other when they were eighteen, just before Megan headed off to Duke for her freshman year. It was while she was away that first year that Joe sent her a Dear Jane letter, stating no specifics for wanting to break up beyond the generalities of they "moving in different directions". Heartbroken at the time, Megan has not seen or heard from Joe since, but who she knows is now widowed with an adolescent daughter named Lucy. On arriving in Cedarvale, Megan not only has to deal with Mrs. Figgins, who she learns is not averse to selling but is averse to selling specifically to Stoneland for this development, but has to assume many of the duties at the diner for her incapacitated father, Matt Quinn, who has broken his foot. But perhaps most importantly, she has to confront Joe, who she learns first hand has recently returned to live in Cedarvale with Lucy. Feelings still seem to exist between the two, but nothing may come of them as they live in two different worlds, Philip more aligned to Megan's world, and unless there is an explanation of why he broke her heart twelve years ago.

Brian Hunt avatar
Brian Hunt

The acting was superb - all the characters done well. Garry Chalk was amazing.

Mary Gonzales avatar
Mary Gonzales

I forgot I was watching a movie..

Lauren avatar

Best Romance movie I've seen. Better than all movies of recent time.

Albert W. avatar
Albert W.

Never in my life have I loved a movie so much I needed to see it again immediately after I watched it!

Rose E. avatar
Rose E.

This Romance story is deeply satisfying. This movie is a must watch

Alexander H. avatar
Alexander H.

Nice film! The storyline was strong all the way and it never loses itself or goes over-the-top. The acting from Cassidy Nugent and Garry Chalk is both epic and really awesome!

Keith avatar

I really enjoyed this movie from beginning to end.

Phillip B. avatar
Phillip B.

I can't speak for others, but I found this wildly relatable. It's is my favorite movie now.