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Release Date:
25 November 2012 (USA) See more »
When Sam first met Kat, it was love at first bite.
A man realizes that his best friend since childhood is the woman that he loves. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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  (in credits order)

Danica McKellar ... Kat Patton

Dustin Milligan ... Sam Reed

Lea Thompson ... Elissa Beth Dixon

Scott Patterson ... Tom Patton

Brian Huskey ... Bobby Reed

Alexandra Paul ... Eve Reed

William F. Bryant ... Clint (as William Franc Bryant)

Cameron Goodman ... Ashley

Viva Bianca ... Rebekah

Luc Charbonnier ... Milo (as Luc Gauther Charbonnier)

Carmina Garay ... Chloe
Bodhi Bown ... Trevor (as Bodhi Kai Bown)

Avriella Ford ... Shelly

Amy V. Dewhurst ... Tara

Rob Lamer ... Young Sam, Age 3

Lindsey Lamer ... Young Kat

Garrett Ryan ... Sam, Age 10-13
Gabriella Roberts ... Kat, Age 10-13

Mykayla Sohn ... Alison Wonderland

Bianca D'Ambrosio ... Amber
Draco McKellar Verta ... Baby at Party

Olivia Mackenzie-Smith ... Lindsay
Marlo Z. Alvarez ... Background guest
Marlene Argueta ... Background guest
Amber Ardieta ... Background guest

Elliott Armstrong ... Family member
Michael Bernarding ... Background guest

Elaine Ballace ... Background guest

Jennifer Barbosa ... Background guest

Heather Alyse Becker ... Background guest

Jayden Maddux ... Boy at Christmas table (as Jayden Maddux Bluestein)
Tanner Michael Bradberry ... Background guest
John Brandt ... Background guest
Loryn Shay Charbonnier ... Girl in Snowball Fight

Jodie Coffey ... Background guest
Meryl Cooper ... Background guest

Isabella Cuda ... Girl at Christmas table
Philip Davidson ... Background guest
Lori Denison ... Background guest
Joey Fernandes ... Background guest

Diane Frances Fisher ... Background guest (as Diane Fisher)
Dickie Fisher ... Boy at Christmas table

Sandra Henderson ... Evelyn
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Scott Ford ... Bradley
Lauren Lamer ... Girl at Christmas Dinner

Georgia Rose Matlack ... Girl at Children's Table

Tyler Mazzei ... Boy at Party

Mahaila McKellar ... Woman Holding Baby at Party
Ammir Enrique Naim ... Charlie
Briana Grace Naim ... Christmas Friend

Cheyanna Prelesnik ... Girl at Party
Seth Robinett ... Jimmy

Jake Shaw ... Boy at Christmas table

Hannah Sohn ... Girl at Family Gatherings

André Van Driessche ... Dinner Guest / Dancing Couple
Michael Zamboni ... Dinner Guest / Dancing Couple (as Michael A. Zambelli)

Waymond Lee ... Christmas Party Guest (uncredited)

Scott Anthony Simmons ... Accountant / Dinner Guest (uncredited)

Directed by
Rachel Goldenberg  (as Rachel Lee Goldenberg)
Writing credits
Patrick J. Hobby (screenplay)

Produced by
Paul Bales .... co-producer
David L. Garber .... associate producer
David Michael Latt .... producer
Nancy Leopardi .... line producer
Cody Peck .... behind the scenes producer
David Rimawi .... executive producer
Original Music by
Christian Davis 
Cinematography by
Damian Horan (director of photography)
Film Editing by
Christopher Michael Poole 
Casting by
Pamela M. Staton 
Gerald Webb  (as G. Webb)
Production Design by
Jessica Mahnke 
Art Direction by
Madelaine Frezza 
Costume Design by
Kelly Fluker 
Makeup Department
Margaux L. Lancaster .... makeup department head (as Margaux Lancaster)
Tera Louise Moore .... key hair stylist
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Matthew Curran .... second second assistant director
Jennifer S. Milliman .... second assistant director
Darius Siwek .... second assistant director
Cody Statz .... first assistant director
James Warfield .... second assistant director
Art Department
Marcella Brennan .... property master
Heather Drouillard .... set dresser
Jeff Rose .... carpenter
Chris Scheid .... art pa
Sound Department
Michael Hardman .... ADR recordist
Andy Hurtado .... sound effects editor
Duncan Mathieson .... sound editor
Craig Polding .... re-recording mixer
Lisa Ries .... supervising sound editor
Brenton Stumpf .... sound mixer
Daniel R. Williams .... boom operator
Visual Effects by
Sandell Stangl .... visual effects coordinator
Camera and Electrical Department
David Baldwin .... steadicam operator
Donato Bragagnolo .... camera operator: "b" camera
Donato Bragagnolo .... jib operator
Mitchell Brown .... grip
Justin Browne .... steadicam operator
Dominic Butts .... lighting technician
Michael Cox .... key grip
Robert M. Edgecomb .... gaffer
Ryan Guzdzial .... first assistant camera
Kyle T. Leach .... best boy grip
Katrina Marcinowski .... still photographer
Dan Marino .... second assistant camera
Ruth N. Reiss .... grip (as Ruth N. West)
Michael Stampler .... best boy electric
Cliff Thenard .... first assistant camera
Casting Department
Sparkle Hickey .... extras casting
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Diana Graffius .... wardrobe assistant
Natasha Kutrovacz .... assistant costume designer
Editorial Department
David Block .... colorist
Maria Cardoza .... post-production assistant
David Courtice .... Director of Post
Cody Peck .... senior post-production assistant
Music Department
The Co-Stars .... composer: additional music
Reuven Herman .... composer: additional music
The PopTarts .... musician
Sonia Wisgo .... music supervisor
Other crew
Kathryn Burns .... choreographer
Brian Hernandez .... epk unit
Brian Hernandez .... production assistant
Kevin Huie .... production assistant
Daniel Mendez .... production assistant
Younger Robbins .... epk unit
Younger Robbins .... production assistant
Cornel Thomas .... production assistant
Devra Zabot .... production coordinator (as Devra Sari Zabot)
Ryan Aarstad .... designer: dvd motion graphics (uncredited)

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Additional Details

Also Known As:
"It's a Wonderful Lifetime" - International (English title) (alternative title)
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89 min
Aspect Ratio:
1.78 : 1 See more »
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Did You Know?

While their characters are supposed to be the same age in the movie, Danica McKellar is 10 years older than co-star Dustin Milligan.See more »
Continuity: When Kat arrives back at the house, she leaves her car parked in front of the carport. When Elissa, Sam and Kat return a few minutes later to switch off the Christmas lights, there is no sign of the car.See more »
Movie Connections:
Blues ChristmasSee more »


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2 out of 3 people found the following review useful.
The Way Movie Making Should Be, 5 December 2016
Author: Dark_Lord_Mark

I must admit, I was looking to dislike this movie, but with each passing minute, I grew to like it and learn about movies in the process.

Movies do not need a budget, or be sex, sex, sex. A lot of crappy female driven movies rely on sex to sell. This relies on values and a crisp, clean dialogue. It(MOVIES) can be good natured and having meaning, if the characters are interesting, the plot is easy to follow, and the dialogue is engaging.

This movie is good fun and it does pull at your heart, but it is a Christmas movie and you do get an innocent, engaging story with a nice shad of vibrant Christmas colors thrown in.

It's a man and a woman, a girl and a boy and typical life gets in the way. This is simply about life getting in the way of love and how really easy it is to make the wrong choice.

Without giving anything away, it is a Christmas move and it is engaging and must see. I give it a 9 out of 10 and I think it is one to see, during Christmas.

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