valentine, nebraska and all aboard for love
as for the lead performances, davis and tarasiuk give the story a whole lot of heart. davis has an earnestness that radiates off the screen, kind of like mary tyler moore. you just root for her — and you can’t help but be charmed by her, even if everything is going the wrong way for the character.
it’s kathryn davis as olivia that really keeps a person invested in this movie. she carries off olivia with strength and vulnerability. she doesn’t allow herself to be any grace, but george teaches her to do just that. he makes her pull out of herself things that she didn’t know she was capable of.
and he does that for her too. but, it’s davis’ portrayal that makes me really think not only should i be more open to my dreams, i should allow people to love me.
i am fully aware that movies don’t need to be so deep. but that also being said, i am fully aware that sometimes you can find a lesson in everything.
news on christmas 2023
(planes trains and christmas trees, santa's got style and six degree's of santa)
news on jupiters legacy
guide to the superheroes (& one non-super guy with a cool stick) from jupiter’s legacy
reviews for christmas carousel
i also want to say thank you kathryn davis, who played margaret, the supposed-to-be fiancee to prince whitaker. she could have played it as a jealous, shrewish competitor to lila, but she didn’t. i applaud that decision, whether it was hers or the director’s. the result is that i really liked margaret a lot, which was refreshing.
by hallmark for all seasons.
hallmark – synonymous with happy and cheerful movies – is set to air some exciting christmas movies, and one of those thrilling movies is ‘a christmas carousel’
kathryn davis also stars in this 2020 romance
by the cinemaholic
interview with kathryn davis
how can i possibly step in to the shoes of another person and situation if i do not know how to live myself?"
by decriss read here
reviews for alzheimers that ends heimer
"the two young actors in the roles of lovers sue and george (kathryn davis and ben irvine) have wonderful singing voices"
by the charlebois post
"as the young couple, kathryn davis and ben irvine have charm and warmth...one song that kathryn davis sings beautifully questions what is worse, to be the one left behind, or the person who leaves. that’s a moving, appropriate song for this show."
by ciut friday morning, 89.5 fm
reviews for the summerfolk
“the quality of the ryerson theatre school performers, notably katie davis as sonya, who brings a childlike innocence and strong stage presence to the character”.
reviews for aladdin
"both kate davis and josh furgeson have lovely voices in their roles of jasmine and aladdin"
by kelowna capital news