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A postman falls for the pretty co-worker he was recruited to spy on, only to realize that she may be the woman of his dreams in this romantic holiday comedy. When Matt's boss grows suspicious of new hire Kristi, a "Santa Writer" whose job is responding to letters addressed to the North Pole, she recruits him to spy on her and report back with any unusual findings. But the more time Matt spends observing Kristi, the harder he starts to fall for her until he's hopelessly in love. Later, when Kristi uncovers the clandestine plot, she quits her job and disappears without a trace. Meanwhile, Matt searches high and low for her, to no avail. But when Kristi learns that Matt had no choice if he wanted to keep his job, it's only a matter of time before fate brings them back together. Written by
When Matt and Krista go for hot chocolate and Matt reaches up for a can of instant cocoa, the can is mainly white with writing. In a later shot, the can has changed and has a green band at the top. See more »
I Will Always Remember This Christmas
Written by Bob Mair and Joel Wachbrit
Performed by Michael Young
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Pleasant fare for the holidays, not great but good
Matt (A.J. Buckley) is a postal carrier for a small city and single father to his niece, Emily. In addition, this man has two other troubles. One, he lost his fiancée, she passed away, and two, he has a very demanding, irrational boss (Locklyn Munro). Thank Goodness a co-worker (Yolonda Harris) is a nice pal. Yet, the big honcho suddenly pulls Matt from his route and asks him to spy on a new employee. That would be lovely Christi North (Ashley Scott), who has been sent from a bigger supervisor to answer letters to Santa, written by the children of the town. Surely, she has other purposes, big boss thinks! So, Matt does as asked. However, he soon finds himself liking Christi very much. But, she does indeed have secrets, like she lives at the North Pole and is Santa's daughter! Will there be any chance for a romance or will Matt get his heart broken again? This is a pleasant film that starts off well. The actors are likable, the sets most attractive and the story fun. However, it loses a bit of oomph as it unfolds, mostly because there is no big, splashy ending. If you like romance and want a holiday film to put you in the mood, then order this film through the mail or investigate other options.
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