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Release Date:
1 December 2007 (USA) See more »
Sometimes Christmas wishes do come true. See more »
Anxious to help his struggling, widowed mom SARA, 10 year old JESSIE enters a national video contest... See more » | Add synopsis »
2 nominations See more »
User Reviews: to be more convincing on-screen, and less of an obnoxious brat See more (5 total) »


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Gail O'Grady ... Sara Armstrong

Greg Germann ... Roger Nelson

Robert Mailhouse ... Ben Grant

Jimmy 'Jax' Pinchak ... Jesse Armstrong (as Jimmy Jax Pinchak)

Robert Pine ... Arthur Nelson

Bess Meyer ... Erin Davis

Gloria Gifford ... Lily James
Beverly Sanders ... Mrs. C

Gia Mantegna ... Mary (as Gina Mantegna)

Amanda Foreman ... Amber
Dave Allen Clark ... Newscaster

Charles Hittinger ... Tyler Brandon (as Chuck Hittinger)
Michele Spears ... Wedding Planner
Grace Levinson ... Grace
Shannon Levinson ... Shannon

Saige Ryan Campbell ... Julia Clark
Michael Jolly ... Rich Contest Boy

Tom Bresnahan ... Businessman
James Minor ... Minister
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Ethynn Tanner Cerney ... Junior Ranger (uncredited)
Cori Elliott ... Bowling Patron (uncredited)
Elizabeth Hendrix ... Server (uncredited)
Daniel Hepner ... Paparazzi (uncredited)
Rodrick Hersh ... Maitre D (uncredited)
Yodi Joseph ... Restaurant Patron (uncredited)

Gary Sievers ... Homeless Man (uncredited)

Vin Vescio ... Michael (uncredited)

Directed by
Harvey Frost 
Writing credits
Marc Prey (written by) (as Marc Loren Prey)

Produced by
Kyle A. Clark .... producer (as Kyle Clark)
Robert Halmi Jr. .... executive producer
David Kohner Zuckerman .... co-executive producer
Larry Levinson .... executive producer
Nick Lombardo .... co-executive producer
Michael Moran .... co-executive producer
Stephen Niver .... producer
Joel S. Rice .... co-executive producer (as Joel Rice)
Patsy Fitzgerald .... associate producer (uncredited)
Lina Wong .... associate producer (uncredited)
Original Music by
Stephen Graziano 
Cinematography by
Dane Peterson (director of photography)
Film Editing by
Andrew Vona 
Casting by
Penny Perry 
Amy Beth Reece  (as Amy Reece)
Production Design by
Jessica Anderson 
Art Direction by
Carlos Lima 
Set Decoration by
Deborah Lande  (as Debbie Lande)
Costume Design by
Heather Hershman 
Makeup Department
Erin Good .... hair / makeup assistant
Suzanne Graham .... key makeup artist
Jocelyn Mulhern .... hair / makeup (as Jocelyn Carpenter)
Zee Graham .... makeup department head (uncredited)
Production Management
Kevin Bocarde .... executive in charge of production
Kyle A. Clark .... unit production manager (as Kyle Clark)
Richard Morain .... post-production supervisor (as Richard W. Morain Jr.)
Stephen Niver .... unit production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Vernon Davidson .... first assistant director
Ryan Krayser .... key second assistant director
Stephen Niver .... second unit director
Jeff Rosenberg .... second second assistant director (as Jeffrey Rosenberg)
Lillian Awa .... additional second second assistant director (uncredited)
Art Department
Casey Cannon .... leadman
George Hobbs .... prop master
Patrick Satcher .... swing
Jameson Williams .... on-set dresser
Sound Department
Roberto Dominguez Alegria .... foley mixer (as Roberto Dominguez)
Randy Babajtis .... sound editor (as Rodney Babajtis)
Rosa Costanza .... sound mixer (as Rosa Tyabji)
Jake Eberle .... supervising sound editor
Josh Eckberg .... sound engineer
Mark Ettel .... re-recording mixer
Russell Farmarco .... ADR supervisor
Jeremy Gray .... sound engineer
Eric Hoeschen .... foley artist
Greg Jefferson .... adr mixer (as Gregory Jefferson)
Sean Keegan .... adr mixer
Jeffrey Kettle .... foley mixer (as Jeff Kettle)
Anthony Krajchir .... sound engineer
Taylor Morgan .... studio coordinator
Nancy Parker .... foley artist
Paul Ratajczak .... re-recording mixer
Michael Sable .... studio director
Michael Tyabji .... boom operator (as Michel Tyabji)
Michael Wetherwax .... dialogue editor
Jake Eberle .... adr supervisor (uncredited)
Steven Schwedt .... boom operator (uncredited)
Special Effects by
Albert Lannutti .... special effects
Visual Effects by
Eric Acsell .... digital compositor (uncredited)
Patrick Murphy .... visual effects supervisor (uncredited)
John Peeler .... digital compositor (uncredited)
John Peeler .... visual effects coordinator (uncredited)
Camera and Electrical Department
William Allegar .... dolly grip
Sena Armagor .... grip
Philip Barnes .... best boy electric (as Phillip Barns)
Bob Bradshaw .... grip
Eric C. Castro .... electrician (as Eric Castro)
Sal Coniglio .... first assistant camera
Ryan Curda .... electrician
Suzanne Dietz .... second assistant camera: "b" camera (as Susie Dietz)
Manny Duran .... key grip
Russell Gearhart .... electrician (as Russel Gearhart)
Russell Gearhart .... lighting technician
Mikey Jechort .... gaffer (as Michael Jechort)
John Lanni .... electrician (as Jack Lanni)
Bryant Lemelle .... camera loader
Axel Llorens .... key grip (as Axel Lorens)
Justin M. Lubin .... still photographer (as Justin Lubin)
Victor Macias .... Steadicam operator
Joey Maloney .... second assistant camera: additional "b" camera
Patrick McGinley .... camera operator: "b" camera (as Patrick Mcginley)
Nick Neino .... second assistant camera (as Nichols Neino)
Evan Pesses .... electrician
Evan Pesses .... rigging electrician
Jens Piotrowski .... Steadicam operator (as Jens Pietrowski)
K. Blair Rogers .... first assistant camera: "b" camera (as Kevin Blair Rogers)
Forrest Sandefer .... grip
Eric Snow .... electrician
Hector Villarreal .... best boy grip
Rick Yost .... best boy grip (as Rik Yost)
Traci Chartier .... second assistant camera (uncredited)
Martin Dicicco .... electrician (uncredited)
Brandon Flohr .... grip (uncredited)
Carl Herse .... electrician (uncredited)
Joe Lara .... grip (uncredited)
Tony Magaletta .... additional camera assistant (uncredited)
Nick Sogard .... electrician (uncredited)
Mark Stuen .... additional electrician (uncredited)
Casting Department
Christine Babayans .... casting associate
Heather Sirota .... extras casting
Jesse Lafferty .... casting assistant (uncredited)
Lindsey Weissmueller .... casting assistant (uncredited)
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Kelly Kwon .... set costumer
Emily Plummer .... costume supervisor
Susan Wohlers .... wardrobe assistant (uncredited)
Editorial Department
Steve Higgins .... colorist: dailies
Tamara Meem .... assistant editor
Kris Santa Cruz .... colorist
Ru Sommer .... assistant editor (as Russell Sommer)
Frank Sharp .... post-production coordinator (uncredited)
Mike Witting .... on-line editor (uncredited)
Location Management
Patsy Fitzgerald .... location manager (as Patricia Fitzgerald)
Music Department
Dino A. Moriana .... music editor (as Dino Moriana)
Transportation Department
Chris Attia .... transportation captain
Verne Graham .... driver
Jesus Marquez .... driver
James Meech .... transportation coordinator
Jeremiah Vaughn .... production driver
Javier Zaizar .... driver
Davin Attia .... driver (uncredited)
Michael David Reynolds .... driver (uncredited)
Other crew
Harvey Allen .... studio teacher
Paul Balelo .... business affairs
Zach Bradshaw .... assistant production coordinator
Amy Chance .... staff production supervisor
André Devantier .... caterer (as Andre' Devantien)
Matt Fitzsimons .... production executive
Marie Frick .... business affairs associate
Jessica Grossi .... project manager
Alyce Heath .... accounting assistant
Alyce Heath .... assistant accountant (as Alyce Schwartz)
Tony Hodge .... set medic
Greg Krutilek .... business affairs
Robert Krywicki .... production accountant
Marisa La Tour .... production associate (as Marisa Latour)
Rob Long .... production assistant
Nathan Pavlik .... production assistant (as Nate Pavlik)
J.J. Perry .... livestock trainer (as Jordan JJ Perry)
Amanda Phillips Atkins .... development assistant (as Amanda Phillips)
Oscar Rodriguez .... chef
Santos Rodriguez .... chef
Kara Sweeney .... craft service
Kara Sweeney .... production assistant
Donald Tillman .... set medic
Bob Wheway .... key set production assistant (as Bob Wheeway)
Lina Wong .... production coordinator
Javier Zaizar .... base camp manager
Eva Zelder .... script supervisor
Warren Goz .... financial consultant (uncredited)
Stewart McMichael .... financial consultant (uncredited)
Marta M. Mobley .... consultant producer (uncredited)
J.L. Fisher .... acknowledgment

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86 min
Aspect Ratio:
1.78 : 1 See more »

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Film was financially sponsored by Kay JewelersSee more »
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References "The Bachelor" (2002)See more »
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10 out of 22 people found the following review useful. to be more convincing on-screen, and less of an obnoxious brat, 25 December 2009
Author: abgkasjlkasjla from Denmark

Seriously, that spoiled kid with poor delivery was the only truly irritating thing to this otherwise decent enough, if clichéd piece of predictable pap. Since many Western families are going to watch a flick like this around Christmas, his attitude and (lack of memorable) presence is simply going to make it less enjoyable. Apart from him, the acting is OK. The plot may have an aspect or two that are new(with that said, I haven't watched any of the other movies with the same title, so maybe it doesn't), but you know exactly what will happen almost before the first frames of this. Basically, the child wants a new dad, and submits a video saying so, to a toy company that is ripping off the concept of the Make a Wish Foundation to increase profits. So mother dear does what people with a sense of ethics refer to as prostituting herself, agreeing to go on dates on the condition that the company gives money to her charity, named after her deceased husband. It's completely black and white, and everyone who is "good" has all the PC opinions. The characters tend to be pretty paper-thin. While this isn't terribly funny, I'm not sure it's trying for it all that often. And it doesn't particularly do any "silly" or cartoony stuff to get laughs from five-year-olds, so that's a point in its favor. The morals are wholesome, and there's essentially nothing offensive(to its intended audience) in this. I recommend this to those who belong in aforementioned group. 6/10

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