If the curiosity factor doesn't draw you in, the characters will. Oliver O'Tool is in charge of everything [except his crush on a coworker] and maintains a calm and cool that oozes of anxiety. Norman Dorman is the socially awkward, lovably humble geek of the group who is smittin' with a beautiful taller, Rita, who waits in a flutter of uncertainty and excitement for Norman to sort out exactly how to date. Let's not overlook the antagonist, the straightforward leader Shane McInerney, who is trying her hardest to wait patiently for Oliver's affections, but follows her heart rather than logic and speaks almost as quickly as she thinks.
The series is a unique balance between romantic interest, suspense (both intellectual and action in this episode), comedy and wholesomeness. We need a good dose of remembering what America was founded upon, rather than being overwhelmed or discouraged at what America may have become as of recent, or where America may be heading. We need to fix our eyes on Good, lest evil shall steal all our joy.
I do recommend these movies for teens and adults, the military fire in this movie had my heart pounding a bit, so if you have a sensitive youngster around it may be too intense. Watch for "Signed, Sealed, Delivered: The Impossible Dream" to premiere on Sunday, October 4 on the Hallmark Movies & Mysteries channel and I think you'll like what you see. I am looking forward to 4 new movies in the series in 2016!