HEART OF A HERO REVIEWED
“Heart of a Hero” is the latest When Calls The Heart release. Pastor Frank is being called back into the criminal life. Meanwhile, Lee has to deal with a major injury. Over the next 84 minutes, the presentation is pretty straightforward. It’s starting to hit a point where the past sections overpower everything in the present. I don’t even know why they keep the split ongoing. Make two movies or something. Lori Loughlin is great in what she has to perform, but it lacks any major reason to watch. That being said, this has to be my fifth or sixth outing with these movies. When did I become so old?
- 1.78:1 standard definition transfer
- Dolby Digital 2.0
RELEASE DATE: 6/7/16
The Plot Thus Far
From celebrated author Janette Oke (The Love Comes Softly series) comes a rigorous and romantic adventure as epic as the wide frontier. Erin Krakow (Army Wives), Daniel Lissing (Eye Candy), Jack Wagner (Melrose Place) and Lori Loughlin (Full House, 90210) star in When Calls The Heart, “a beautiful story with roots in relationships, self-empowerment, and the enduring power of love”, (Common Sense Media).
New arrivals bring excitement, love and danger to Hope Valley. Pastor Frank has been reinstated following the revelation of his criminal past, but the arrival of his old cohorts, the Garrison Gang, are making life (and his relationship with Abigail) very tense. Bill Avery has his own debt to settle with Jake Garrison, and Jack intends to stay Bill’s hand from killing the man. Meanwhile, Lee’s foot injury brings a pretty nurse, Faith Carter from Hamilton… and soon after, her possessive fiance. And Jack rises to the defense of new settlers on Gowen’s land when Gowen abruptly raises their rent.