Ms. Matched :– Watch Ms. Matched full movie on Project Free Tv,Upstart wedding planner Libby Boland makes dreams come true by designing romantic fairytale weddings for her clients. Problem is there’s no romance in her own life. All that changes when she falls for Ben Reynolds, author of the new book, ‘Wedding Day Do’s and Don’ts.” Unfortunately, their blossoming romance is threatened when she discovers that Ben’s book is a primer for getting married on the cheap — completely incompatible with everything she believes. Sparks fly at a wedding expo where Libby and Ben battle over clients.From the beginning of this film, I was thoroughly captivated by everything about it–the storyline, the chemistry between the co-stars, and the whimsical take on the typical Hallmark love story. Speaking of chemistry, Alexa and Shawn definitely have it, in my opinion. They had that beguiling kind of chemistry that doesn’t have to be overly physical, but it is fun and authentically entertaining to watch. As Libbi and Ben, opposites certainly attract, and the natural fascination between the two is quirky and amusing to watch.There are so many familiar faces in the film, and more than likely, you’ll recognize Leah as Michelle, Libbi’s partner and friend. As the one who ensures that Libbi at least considers the idea that she might be falling for her arch rival, Leah is perfectly cast. No stranger to Hallmark nor the role of the supporting role to the lead, Rachel brings a pragmatic view to Michelle while still permitting romance and true love. Furthermore, she accomplishes all of this while still letting Libbi know that no matter what she ultimately decides, she will still be at her side, supporting her and picking up the pieces, if needed. I simply adore the genuinely practical, no-nonsense approach that Leah infuses into her character roles like this, and I hope that Hallmark realizes what a gem she truly is.
More Information about the Movie Ms. Matched (2016)
Comedy | Romance
Release: 04 June 2016 (Usa)
IMDB Rating : 5.8/10
Director: Mark Jean
Writers: Jennifer Barrow, Monica Parker
Stars : Alexa PenaVega, Shawn Roberts, Leah Gibson