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There’s a lot of competition for “The Lost Husband” out there. Aiming to appeal to a more sensitive audience with trials of the heart and mind, the feature’s premise seems pre-mixed for a Lifetime Movie, while its execution is more in line with a Nicholas Sparks endeavor, complete with tragedy, secretive pasts, and slow-burn romance. However, the material is based on a Katherine Center novel, with writer/director Vicky Wight tasked with adapting something that seems very familiar, left to find elements of the tale that might offer a little more emotional emphasis than the story is capable of delivering. Wight is moderately successful, but she does particularly well with casting, finding appealing actors willing to go where all this mildness leads. Read the rest at


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