Three Wise Men and a Baby


Comedy / Drama

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Tyler Hynes Photo
Tyler Hynes as Taylor Brenner
Andrew W. Walker Photo
Andrew W. Walker as Luke Brenner
Kimberley Sustad Photo
Kimberley Sustad as Doctor
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Paul Campbell as Stephan Brenner
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1 hr 24 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by MichaelByTheSea9 / 10

Fun Hallmark All-Star movie with clever writing & the best 3 brothers dance routine ever filmed

This was a highly anticipated all-star movie for pretty much all of us devoted Hallmark movie fans. And it was great. The three wise men (Paul Campbell, Andrew Walker and Tyler Hynes) represent three of Hallmark's most likable and popular male movie stars, but there was so much more to like. Margaret Colin, who starred in the original Three Men and a Baby, was great as always. As was Ali Liebert, who has starred in AND directed other Hallmark movies.

Paul Campbell, who wrote this with fellow Hallmark all-star Kimberley Sustad, is also becoming one of Hallmark's best writers. There are a lot of great lines, and a few "wink winks" to those familiar with the writers. At one point, Campbell's character Stephan says:

"Well, this is an unexpected Christmas".

"Unexpected Christmas" was a great Hallmark movie from last year that Paul Campbell also wrote and which, coincidentally, also starred Tyler Hynes as a somewhat unlikeable character. People often joke about incel adult gamers living in their mom's basement, and yet this movie bravely features such a character. The one other depiction of that kind of person which comes to mind is Kevin Smith in Live Free or Die Hard. It's a testament to the charisma of Tyler Hynes that he can humanize unlikeable characters.

And Campbell's anxiety ridden character had plenty of problems too. Walker's Nate was the most well adjusted but he also carried the lifelong effects of being abandoned by a deadbeat dad. I'll never understand how a father can do that. This is a mostly fun and upbeat movie but there is an undercurrent of sadness that these 3 brothers and their mother were left to fend for themselves.

There are 2 classic moments that fans will talk about as being their favorites: the elves and Santa photo op and the 3 brothers' artistic dance routine. Both were truly wonderful.

There's also an uncredited cameo by a big Hallmark star who also has a "wink wink" line that only a true Hallmark fan will catch.

And the rest of the movie was filled with other fun lines:

"The noblest of firs, fir sure"

"Nice truck, did it come with an unearned sense of self-confidence?"

I could go on, but this was such a fun movie to watch. I hope they do a sequel. The story about the baby's mother was sketchy and needs to be fleshed out. I'd love a Part 2.

Reviewed by hallmarkmov9 / 10

Fun movie! But about the baby's mom...

The commercials looked funny and I am glad the movie did not disappoint! Loved all the characters and the storylines worked really well. It was funny, light hearted and charming. Each brother has their own struggles and the issues they had with their dad leaving them near Christmas made them bond together over the baby that was left at the fire station. The three brothers have such great chemistry, I really liked them and hope other hallmark movies continue to put together male leads just like the multiple female lead movies. They do live in a gigantic house and I wonder what they are like the rest of the year as the mom only says they argue and fight at Christmas but it seems like they generally don't speak to one another. The dance was amazing and the ending just cuts right when we think we will get another dance! Ahh! Why! Lol. The Christmas competition was a bit lacklustre. I thought they were going to do the dance after all the hype about the lights syncing with the music. The baby gets a rash and I didn't understand what caused the rash. I keep hearing the doctor say "tooth"? But does that cause a rash that spread the whole body?

Now my problem with the baby's mom. I get the mystery aspect of not signing the note with a name or contact info, but they really defended this mom (assuming she is a struggling single mom but she lives in a very expensive looking house!) as someone so desperate she could only trust the most eligible fireman in the town? What if they sent the kid to child services? Then what? How did the mom know where they lived when she showed up at the end? Did she see them on her cable tv that she is supposedly too poor to afford? Even if she was rich and just lost her job and needed a break from her kid, is this really the best solution? She could hire help with the mortgage from her house. It was a continent ending that the one brother without meeting someone would end up with her so it's one big happy family. But a part of me thought she was just going to be with anyone until her baby daddy shows up. She didn't say the dad was out of her life- really she didn't say much at all but we are supposed to think she is such a great person doing what's right for her baby because she is attractive? Anyways that's my rant on that. The movie is great and I highly recommend it.

Reviewed by vranger9 / 10

Very entertaining

This movie is unusual and a bit special in that it was written by two actors who have done a few Hallmark Christmas movies before, Paul Campbell and Kimberly Sustad (who cameos as a doctor late in the film).

Now, I'll have to say that "baby humor" a virtual slam dunk, so they didn't set the bar high, but they did a very good job, and the acting accentuated their comedy. Tyler Hynes (as the grumpy brother) pretty much stole the show, delivering all of the movie's quirkier moments with a straight face.

Romance was folded in as a requisite element, but really played little to no role in the story.

They delivered a great touch by casting Margaret Colin, the young woman who "dropped off" her baby in the immensely popular "Three Men and a Baby" with Tom Selleck, Steve Guttenberg, and Ted Danson.

This one is must see, and we'll certainly watch it again.

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