Mar 122020
 

Love & Temptations are three sultry Lifetime movies based off of the novels by best-selling author Jane Green. Cast includes Alyssa Milano, Elisabeth Rohn and Erika Christensen. Arrives on DVD March 24th.

 

 

Love & Temptation
— Tempting Fate/Family Pictures/To Have and to Hold —
(2019)

Genre(s): Drama, Suspense/Thriller, Romance
Lionsgate | NR – 263 min. – $19.98 | March 24, 2020

Date Published: 03/12/2020 | Author: The Movieman


MOVIE INFO (TEMPTING FATE):
Directed by: Kim Raver & Manu Boyer
Writer(s): Jane Green (novel); Jennifer Maisel (teleplay)
Cast: Alyssa Milano, Zane Holtz, Steve Kazee


MOVIE INFO (FAMILY PICTURES):
Directed by: Manu Boyer
Writer(s): Jane Green (novel); Ilene Rosenzweig (teleplay)
Cast: Justina Machado, Elisabeth Rohm, Matt Passmore


MOVIE INFO (TO HAVE AND TO HOLD):
Directed by: Monika Mitchell
Writer(s): Jane Green (novel); Jennifer Maisel (teleplay)
Cast: Erika Christensen, Antonio Cupo, Andy Favreau, Carmel Amit


DISC INFO:
Features: None
Slip Cover: No
Digital Copy: No
Formats Included: DVD
Number of Discs: 1


Audio: English (Dolby Digital 5.1)
Video: Anamorphic Widescreen 1.78
Subtitles: English SDH
Region(s): 1


 

PLOT SYNOPSIS


Tempting Fate — Gabby’s (ALYSSA MILANO) marriage is jeopardized when she meets Matt (ZANE HOLTZ). What begins as a business opportunity becomes an emotional affair, with Gabby disregarding the consequences.

Family Pictures — Sylvie (JUSTINA MACHADO) and Maggie (ELISABETH ROHM) are two strangers raising families on opposite coasts. But when their daughters befriend each other on a college tour, they discover a shocking secret that threatens to tear both families apart.

To Have and to Hold — Alice (ERIKA CHRISTENSEN), reeling from her husband’s (ANTONIO CUPO) indiscretions, finds herself falling for the boyfriend (ANDY FAVREAU) of her best friend (CARMEL AMIT).

 

SPECIAL FEATURES – 0/5


The three movies are on a single disc housed in a standard DVD case.

 

VIDEO – 3.0/5, AUDIO – 3.25/5


Each movie is shown with an anamorphic widescreen 1.78 aspect ratio picture which looks fine, on par probably with watching these movies on Lifetime’s SD channel as there is some artifacting in spots so it doesn’t look all that crisp. Each movie comes with a standard Dolby Digital 5.1 track, fairly uninspiring and with the bulk of the audio coming through the center speaker and a bit heavy in spots.

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