The term 'watching paint dry' could apply to this film. The acting was bland, and it was two hours of a non-existent story. Even the street scenes were clearly shot on a movie lot with the painted cardboard buldings so obvious. If I never saw the two leads again in a film it would be too soon.
Appraiser Rachel (Lindsey Shaw) receives the news that her top-notch client wants to buy out a small town's beloved library to build a resort and spa on the land. Rachel is completely against the idea of leaving NYC but loses the argument to her boss, so Rachel packs her bags and flies out to California. During her first visit to the library she runs into writer, Jake (Derek Theler), who is researching the tale of Captain Black Bart's hidden treasures for his next novel. With hopes of saving the library, Mrs. Archer (Rachel Ticotin), the librarian, pushes Jake to show Rachel what the library means to the town. Jake's already got a lot on his plate with his research and taking care of his niece, Hailey (Chiara Aurelia), and nephew, Noah (Max Page), for the summer but he agrees to help out. As Rachel learns what the library means to the community she must find a way to save it before it's too late.
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July 11, 2020 at 12:42 AM