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A corporate executive is sent to a small town to re-brand a restaurant as part of a strategic acquisition, but the iconic diner happens to be in her home town where she hasn't been in years and the owner is her high school sweetheart.
Maggie is thrilled when Mitch, her long time crush, moves back to town. When she learns Mitch's love for Christmas has drastically changed, she tries to bring his holiday spirits back by showing him the magic of Christmas.
The sequel to the 2011 Hallmark TV movie, TAKING A CHANCE ON LOVE fails to live up to its predecessor. In this one, Genie Francis has a baby left on her doorstep and realizes she wants a child of her own, even as the mother of the abandoned child regrets her decision and returns.
There were some complications, and that is very good for any drama. However, they were resolved so easily that there was no real sense of conflict. There was an incredibly annoying and banal music score that kept poking me in the chest throughout the entire show. In the end, the whole thing turned out to be a piece of idiot plotting, as the entire matter was cleared up by simply asking people what they want.
There was some good acting here, but the performances were swamped by a simply written script and production details -- like the music! -- that made me think that none of the people behind the camera cared. If they didn't, you shouldn't either.
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