"Finding Love in Unexpected Places"
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The plot of SINCERELY, YOURS, TRULY is original and provides uplifting family-friendly entertainment. The lead actors have great chemistry with one another, which helps portray the strong friendships and relationships in the story. Their characters are spunky, appealing and comical. The story highlights a light Christian worldview with strong moral elements. It stresses patience, love, humility, and friendship. For example, friends and family provide thoughtful advice, a character graciously loses in a competition, and two characters bond and learn how to work together. SINCERELY, YOURS, TRULY is a good, wholesome movie.
SINCERELY, YOURS, TRULY is a romantic comedy on UPtv about a nonprofit business owner who competes for a grant against a man running a tech company while corresponding with another man who lost an engagement ring after his girlfriend said no. SINCERELY, YOURS, TRULY is very entertaining, has many laughs and has a Christian, moral worldview stressing love, friendship, humility, and patience.
Hayley Hammond runs a nonprofit organization with her best friend, Elisa. The nonprofit helps city kids understand the fundamentals of gardening and the importance of being in the outdoors. Hayley receives a call from Sasha Raymond, the owner of Zen Forward who’s willing to supply grant money to her favorite cause. The only catch is that Hayley must compete for the grant money against another successful nonprofit.
In the afternoon, Hayley visits a jam stand to buy Sasha her favorite jam. As Hayley checks out the jam, a stranger approaches and asks if he could buy the jam from Hayley. She declines his offer and returns to her shared workspace office. At the office, Hayley spots the man from the jam stand. The man introduces himself as Josh Burns. Hayley realizes Josh is competing against her for the grant money for his nonprofit tech organization.
When Hayley is settling into her new house, she finds a box of letters in a drawer. The letters are love letters written from a man to his girlfriend. Hayley and Elisa get invested in their love story but find out in the end that it didn’t work out. In the last letter, Hayley discovers an engagement ring and decides she must return it to the original owner.
Hayley mails back the letter to the original address but is even more shocked when she receives a reply. The conversation seems like it will end with his letter. However, Elisa finds the “techie poet” on Twitter and begins to message him as Hayley. Hayley and the techie poet hit it off and enjoy conversing about their lives.
Meanwhile, Hayley and Elisa are getting closer to the grant pitch date and spend more and more time in the office. Hayley has many awkward run ins with Josh, but eventually the two business owners begin getting along better. They have a deep conversation in the shared kitchen space and wish each other luck for the grant.
After work, Hayley decides to message the techie poet to talk about her day. She realizes she has feelings for him and wants to meet him in person. However, the techie poet rejects Hayley as he proclaims that he has feelings for someone in his real life. Although Hayley’s disappointed, she realizes she has feelings for someone else too.
Will Hayley find love, or will she continue her life as a workaholic?
SINCERELY, YOURS, TRULY is very entertaining and enjoyable. The lead actors have great chemistry with one another, which helps exemplify the strong friendships and relationships in the story. Also, their characters are spunky, appealing and comical. Natalie Hall and Marshall Williams as Hayley and Josh create some funny scenes together when they fight about the rhubarb jam and the office incense. All ages can enjoy the experience of watching SINCERELY, YOURS, TRULY.
The plot of SINCERELY, YOURS, TRULY is very original and provides uplifting family-friendly entertainment for all ages. The movie highlights a light Christian with strong moral elements. It stresses patience, love, humility, charity, and friendship. For example, friends and family provide thoughtful advice, a character graciously loses in a competition, and two characters bond and learn how to work together.