Kathleen's a hard-working single mother, who's saving to buy a house for herself and her daughter, Zoe. Sam's a businessman who has to pretend he has a family in order to close a deal with ... See full summary »
Holly's world is turned upside down when her niece's wish to Santa Claus comes true and she cannot tell a lie. As her career and love life go into disarray, she must learn to judge between the truth and what is right.
A newly appointed food critic finds her life turned upside down when her uninhibited mother arrives announced at Christmas. Desperate to offload her, she enlists the help of a young chef, with surprising results.
An heiress who was long estranged from her father comes to town to sell off all of his belongings. Too late she learns that she has sold a boy's orphanage run by a gentle man who grew up there. Written by
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This Christmas film is a winner. George Newbern and Roma Downey star and after all these years I still hope they will do some other film together.
In this film The Sons of Mistletoe boy's orphanage is a happy place. Run by the charismatic Jimmy Adams (George Newbern, Father of the Bride), the home has become one big family. But when its largest benefactor dies and leaves the orphanage to his daughter, Helen Radke (Roma Downey, TV's Touched by an Angel), Jimmy worries about funding, especially as the old house begins to show its wear. Just when it appears that Ms. Radke is going to pull the plug on her father's investment, a Christmas miracle changes everything.
This film channels the Disney films of the 1960's & 1970's. George Newbern has an effortless charm that makes this film a standout.
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