Ten years ago, Andrew married his childhood sweetheart, Beth. Now Andrew's a high-powered literary agent, but his relationship with his wife has not fared as well. When Beth is tragically ... See full summary »

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Beth Farmer
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Andrew Farmer
Danielle Brett ...
Kimberly
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Lionel
Alexa Gilmour ...
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Stanley Terkleton
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Ten years ago, Andrew married his childhood sweetheart, Beth. Now Andrew's a high-powered literary agent, but his relationship with his wife has not fared as well. When Beth is tragically killed just days before Christmas, an angel gives Andrew the chance to relive the last three days his wife was alive. But he can't change fate and Beth will still lose her life. However, Andrew can still discover the gift Beth needs most from him. Written by FFC

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An angel interrupts destiny to give love 72 hours for a second chance.

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Family | Fantasy

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9 December 2001 (USA)  »

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Andy and Beth Farmer share the same names as the main characters in the 1988 film "Funny Farm" starring Chevy Chase. In that film Chase's Andy was a writer while this Andy is a book agent. See more »

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When Andrew and Beth go back to his childhood home and see where they had put their names into fresh concrete when they were young, the concrete etchings they made of their names and hand prints should have been faded and worn and filled with dirt from the passage of the years. But it was clearly freshly poured concrete with the names and palm prints newly made. See more »

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I'll Be Home for Christmas
Written by Kim Gannon, Walter Kent and Buck Ram
Score copyright 2001 Eifoata Music
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Very sweet and simple movie...
6 November 2005 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

that stirs a few thoughts here and there as a reminder, for those that are too busy with their daily chores and goals, that they forget to see what's around them and cherish the moment.

The main actors did a pretty decent job, where Reed always had a stiff face to show his unhappiness. It did get a bit irritating at a point as a viewer, because you just want to slap him for not doing something about anything...

Kristin Davis is great as usual with the roles as a sweet and sensitive lady. Her acting and cuteness simply makes hearts melt in this case, even if it can be seen as corny... But that's just how life is... She did a great job showing her emotions and didn't overdo any of the parts, which simply made it worthwhile and gave an effect.

The movie could definitely have been made with a much greater emotional and serious impact... as it had a lot of potential. But I don't believe that the movie was meant to be like that.

This is definitely a movie to check out with an open mind, to be able to have the full effect. If one starts watching it with a critical mind, then you won't enjoy it at all. But as a nice simple Christmas story, it is great fun and can be noted as one of the best sappy ones out there :).


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