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A Christmas Wedding Date (2012)

After Rebecca is fired, she goes back home to see her mother for the holidays where she also attend a wedding on Christmas Eve.

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Rebecca Wesley
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Shirley
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Allison
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After being fired, Rebecca hours back to her old home town to attend her friends wedding on Christmas Eve and visit her mother. But when she tries to return home she finds she must relive Christmas Eve over and over until she gets it right.

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Rated PG for some mild rude humor and suggestive content | See all certifications »
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Marla Sokoloff was 5 months pregnant while filming this movie See more »

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Features The Christmas Carol (1949) See more »

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good-hearted but not especially good
26 September 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I love Marla Sokoloff, and the cast is all nicely chosen here, but the script and the directing just leave something to be desired. The entire affair feels gauzy, which isn't a surprise for a Hallmark movie, but underneath that there should still be some substance. In this case it just feels like they started with a mood they wanted to create and half-heartedly filled in whatever would produce that mood, without working much on details like whether any of it made sense. (Lots of it does, but there are some head-scratchers too.)

Honestly, it felt like a sleepwalk, emotionally. The key revelations which play a central part in the story barely made any emotional impact at all on the people involved. So the chance for some real acting to intrude on our gauze-fest was mostly wasted -- just about entirely wasted, in the case of the revelation about the past history of the main characters. Shame.

Still, it wasn't a bad way to spend a little time, if you like this kind of sappy movie. There are some fun moments, and I never get tired of watching Marla. 5/10 for me.


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