Circuit judge John Goodnight reunites with old flame Callie Bluepointe and discovers her hometown is under siege by an outlaw and his masked riders. Enjoy this sequel to "Goodnight for Justice" on Hallmark Movie Channel!
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In the first Goodnight movie the ending led us to believe there was possibly going to be a relationship between the two lead characters, but the ads for this installment seem to show they have abandoned that plotline. Anyone else notice this?
I was thinking that same thing tonight watching "The Measure of a Man" after seeing this show I'm sure the original story line relationship will be kept. Hope they have many more shows planned for this series. There is so much garbage on t.v. thank goodness for Hallmarks great shows!!!!
Got family and friends hooked on "Goodnight for Justice" I'm sure they'll spread the word as well.
I'll second the thought of "thank goodness for Hallmarks great shows"! If it weren't for their movies, I'd abandon cable all together. Their collaborations with writers and actors is fantastic. The Goodnight for Justice series is the best I've seen in a very long time and have also spread the word with friends and family. I hope Hallmark can keep this series alive for a very long time!!!
Oh, and I have to mention again, as I did on another thread, it is SO good to see Luke Perry in movies again....he is such a fantastic actor, it really shows through in his performances in this series. He's a pretty darn good writer and producer too on this series...all around great great job!!
My mistake...I got this movie confused with "A Gunfighter's Pledge".
BUT, in the first Goodnight movie he did give the girl the idea that he would be back and left all of us hopeful for a future with her. I'm so tired of movies jumping around with no continuity.
Couldn't find where else to post so I'm doing it here. Can't believe it's difficult to find Murder She Wrote on t.v. Seems it's been eleminated most afternoons and late night (actually after midnight). Meanwhile there are TONS of "Golden Girls" and "Happy Days" one after the other repeatedly each day!!!!! How about some diversity?????? At least one "Murder She Wrote" and one "Little House" a day....not asking much. Little House has been all over the news lately as the best show ever and it widely seen in other countries ..and loved I might add. Seems all the girls from that show have books out NOW and are being interviewed on various news stations and on the internet. Come on please
you have enough air time with two Hallmark channels to at least diversify!!!!
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