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THE CLUE TO LOVE

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What You Need To Know:

THE CLUE TO LOVE is a romantic drama airing on UPtv about a big town journalist on assignment in a small town. Audrey is a Chicago journalist who’s on assignment in a small town called Hope Cover. There, she meets a handsome man named Morgan who’s taking over the local paper from his father. Audrey’s assignment is to write about Morgan’s newspaper, which has won a Pulitzer Prize. Morgan is the Editor-in-Chief, but he’s got an attitude toward Audrey. Will Audrey be able to get a great story about this town? When Audrey starts falling for Morgan, will he be receptive to Audrey even though she’s much different than he is?

The plot in THE CLUE TO LOVE isn’t new, but the movie is well made and entertaining. The movie could use more jeopardy, however. The main female lead does a good job, but the main male lead is a bit static. THE CLUE TO LOVE has a positive moral worldview with some themes of following advice and wisdom from elders. MOVIEGUIDE® advises caution for younger children for THE CLUE TO LOVE.

Content:

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Dominant Worldview and Other Worldview Content/Elements:
Moral worldview about listening to wisdom and advice from elders, but homosexuality is implied in one scene when a man says, “I’m going to be a father. If I don’t leave now, my husband will be upset”

Foul Language:
No foul language

Violence:
No violence

Sex:
No sex scenes, but homosexuality is implied when a man says, “I’m going to be a father. If I don’t leave now, my husband will be upset”

Nudity:
No nudity

Alcohol Use:
Light alcohol use

Smoking and/or Drug Use and Abuse:
No smoking or drugs; and,

Miscellaneous Immorality:
Nothing else objectionable.

More Detail:

THE CLUE TO LOVE is a romantic drama on UPtv about a Chicago journalist on assignment in a small town, where she meets a handsome man who’s taking over the local paper from his father. The plot in THE CLUE TO LOVE isn’t new, but the movie is well made and entertaining, with a positive moral worldview featuring themes of following advice and wisdom from one’s elders.

Audrey is eager to get a promotion at the newspaper where she works in Chicago. Her boss tells her she can get the promotion if she goes to a local town, Hope Cover, and write about a small newspaper that won a Pulitzer Prize. When she arrives, she meets the Editor-in-Chief, Morgan, who happens to be taking over the paper from his father. Morgan is rude at first and asks Audrey if she is the delivery person.

Audrey is staying in town with her best friend, Jane, who started a bed and breakfast at the same time. Jane is dating Howie and is hopeful they will get married, but she feels stuck in limbo. When she asks the local newspaper advice column called “Ask Aunt Hope” to help her with her relationship, Aunt Hope gives her great advice.

Meanwhile, Audrey can see that the newspaper’s advice columns brings inspiration and wisdom to all those who read it. Audrey realizes that writing about the column would add to her article about the local newspaper. So, she starts interviewing local people on how Ask Aunt Hope encouraged them. The only thing is, the identity of the writer for Ask Aunt Hope is a mystery.

Soon, Audrey is falling for Morgan, but he’s dating another woman. Will there be hope at the end of the road?

The plot in THE CLUE TO LOVE isn’t new, but the movie is well made and entertaining. The movie could use more jeopardy, however. The main female lead does a good job, but the main male lead is a bit static. THE CLUE TO LOVE has a positive moral worldview with some themes of following advice and wisdom from elders. There is a brief mention of a same-sex “marriage.” MOVIEGUIDE® advises caution for younger children for THE CLUE TO LOVE.

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