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Baby Boot Camp (2014)

Baby Bootcamp (original title)
Not Rated | | Comedy, Drama, Romance | TV Movie 14 June 2015
Fitness instructor Julia is down on her luck, trying to make her baby boot camp a thriving business. To make ends meet, she becomes a part-time nanny for a single widowed father. Trouble is, she knows nothing about taking care of children.


Christie Will Wolf (as Christie Will)


Barbara Kymlicka, Christie Will Wolf (as Christie Will)


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Credited cast:
Danneel Ackles ... Julia
Kavan Smith ... Scott
Ryan McDonell ... Phil
Peter Benson ... Jeremy
Kevin O'Grady ... Police Officer
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Eliza Faria ... Melissa Cuthbert
Miranda Frigon ... Gwen
Heather Griffith Heather Griffith ... Midwife-Stephanie
Lindsay Maxwell ... Amber
Jill Morrison ... Carla
Jena Skodje ... Charlotte
Alexandra Staseson Alexandra Staseson ... Hip Baby Clerk


Widower Scott joins as sole male the New York single parents 'bootcamp' run illegally by penniless klutz Julia. her pregnant big sister pushes until Scott hires clueless Julia as nanny for his daughters, a toddler and maternal brat Charlotte, who switches from support to sabotage when she overhears Julia at the Phone discussing her hope to seduce Scott, who assured his buddy and agency travel agency partner to have no romantic interest. Written by KGF Vissers

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Comedy | Drama | Romance


Not Rated

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fork in the tofu
14 September 2020 | by SnoopyStyleSee all my reviews

Julia Penman (Danneel Ackles) runs an illegal fitness class at the park for moms trying to lose their baby weight. It's her 30th birthday and her sister throws her a party. She's single and hates getting set up. She's considering adoption although she's not really a baby person. She's broke. Widower Scott (Kavan Smith) shows up for her class with baby Mattie. He's overwhelmed at work and needs a nanny. His older daughter Charlotte is concerned with the newcomer.

Ackles and Smith are perfectly bland romantic leads for the Hallmark crowd. There is a moment in the movie when it could have become something compelling. It's the tofu dinner. The problem with Julia is that she's a little superficial and she's gaga over Scott for surface reasons. She could have developed something really deep with Charlotte. The fact that she missed Charlotte's cry for help only adds to that superficiality. Instead, the movie makes it Charlotte's flaw to be fixed. It's an opportunity to show Julia's motherly instincts but the movie missed it. In the end, these are perfectly adequate actors and characters in this type of movie. It could have been more.

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