Personal Narrative: An Uncommon Grace

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My mom and I loved the movie. It was neat to see a Western movie 'cause you really don't see those much any more. Yeah, Westerns seem to be a thing of the past. But they did a really good job with it, I thought. It was classy. It wasn't over-the-top. It was good. I was pretty happy with that one. That would be great to work on that again. I mean, Melanie Griffith! How cool is that? And they really gave that film a lot of extra promotion. Yes, I would say that the promotion for that film was bigger than usual. And the star power was pretty awesome. I didn't get to work with James Caan, but my buddy Robert {Thompson} had a scene with him, and it was awesome. He's like, "He is the godfather of gravy." And now you're in An Uncommon Grace. That premieres on February 12th. What can you tell us about your role in that film? Not a lot, honestly. I can talk to you on Monday. {laughs} {laughs} Okay, that's all right. I have not read the book, but the previews look very dramatic. So your character is Deputy Small. I get to play a cop, yes. I have a couple of good scenes with a great actress, Jes Macallan.…show more content…
I don't know if it's because of how negative everything is in the world now, and Hallmark is typically positive, but it may be people looking for something happier and more digestable rather than turning on the TV and finding out what's going on in the world. Yes, that is definitely happening. Some of the fans watch the network to escape from the garbage in the world. If you turn on network TV, breaking news seems to interrupt everything. We may know how the movie is going to end, but for two hours, we can just enjoy it. Yes, it's just relaxing. And no matter your political persuasion or what you believe about this world, it's nice to have a break from bad news and all that. So I tend to think that Hallmark will continue to grow over the next several years. And I hope my wife and I get to be a part of
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