The Bridge Part 2 full movie review - better than the first
Molly Callens (Katie Findlay) and Ryan (Wyatt Nash) can't find their way back together after her father's secret interference. It's 7 years later.
She's 25 and working for her media mogul father in Seattle. She is being pushed to be the CEO and engaged to Preston. Ryan moves back home to Franklin, Tennessee for an unknown reason. The Bridge is closed after some storm damage. Donna (Faith Ford) and Charlie (Ted McGinley) don't have the right insurance. The Bridge is fated to be closed forever and then Charlie's car accident puts him in a coma. Molly comes to visit Charlie.
This is an improvement over Part One. Her dad's scheme is still very sitcom but that's the last movie. For this movie, he is a proper villain and is able to find redemption. Molly and Ryan keep circling the same problem. The passage of time helps a lot. It's believable that these two don't want to revisit their past pains. The young couple are very beautiful and they deliver the sappy romance with gusto. Katie especially can really weep up a storm.