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Stunning cinematography will make you fall in love with the beauty and serenity of our national parks and the importance of respecting and preserving nature. As you watch this movie with your family, it’s a good time to instill in the young ones, how they, too, can be stewards of the land. Dove approved for all ages!
What to do when your dad thinks you need a vacation and your best friend talks you into going glamping! Jackie Sinclair (Kimberly Daughterty), overworked travel writer, reluctantly agrees and trusts her best friend Annette (Breanne Parhiala) that this RV really is first-class! Arriving at the not-so-charming campground, Jackie immediately bumps heads with the handsome Sean Davis (Brant Daugherty) the park ranger who tells them how to park their RV, level it off properly, and pick up their garbage. Not a good first impression!
Sean is efficient at his job as a park ranger but is disappointed when his grant application to improve the park’s nature center, his retired mother’s passion, is rejected. Without an upgrade, there will not be a surge of visitors any time soon. When Jackie arrives at the park office with a list of improvements that need to be done and indignantly hands the list to Sean, he is clearly not impressed with glampers who act entitled and there is a sarcastic exchange of words. But when Sean discovers she is a travel writer whose articles have over a million views, perhaps he should reconsider his attitude towards her. A good story about the park would be excellent publicity.
When Annette suddenly needs to leave, Jackie is stuck at the campground. Sean offers to be her tour guide and show her the beauty of the park where people can unplug and connect with nature. As they hike through the forest and share stories about their families, they are seeing each other in a sweet and different light.
Sean outright asks Jackie to write an article about the park but her articles are about 5-star resorts and the magazines would not be interested. But … a grant application? Type! Click! Send!
When Jackie overhears a conversation leaving her feeling used, she drives off without saying goodbye. Sean is devastated. A plan with a loveable reinforcement and encouragement from Annette, makes Sean and Jackie both see how important they are to each other and the power of words takes on a whole new meaning.
The Dove Take
A good script that reminds one not to draw conclusions from hearing part of a conversation but to search out the full truth that may change meanings entirely while paving the way for trust and happiness of the heart.