Greta Kaine (Katrina Law) is always in search of juicy gossip. As a tabloid reporter of gossip in Los Angeles, it's her job to expose the rich and famous. So when word gets out that the ...
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Jennie Stanton (Torrey DeVitto) throws the best Christmas parties every year for her company, Petra's Parties. Things are a little different this year, as Petra is retiring and looks to the... See full summary »
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Sara Vancamp ('Eva LaRue') is a busy mom with no Christmas spirit. Christine (Summer Glau), an elf from Santa's village who wonders if there could be more to life than making toys in the ... See full summary »
Greta Kaine (Katrina Law) is always in search of juicy gossip. As a tabloid reporter of gossip in Los Angeles, it's her job to expose the rich and famous. So when word gets out that the late Senator Tannehill's sons might be proposing marriage at the families Big Bear compound during Christmas, Greta and her chief rival Wes (Tom Lenk) are challenged by their old-school editor to get the scoop. There's incentive to be the first, too -- the editorship of the magazine's new online incarnation. Greta's assistant tells her that Wes has a head start to snowy Big Bear, so she dashes to the mountain resort. When she mistakenly ends up as a guest of the family, she's in the middle of what could be her best story yet! However, she soon discovers that the family, including matriarch Maggie Tannenhill (Patricia Richardson) and caretaker Peters (Robert Curtis Brown) are more down-to-earth than she ever gave them credit for. Increasingly guilt-ridden about her game of subterfuge, Greta must make a ... Written by
When Klaire buys the gingerbread house she asked the shop owner to deliver it at 4. Later that night (it's dark out) there is a gingerbread cookie baking session where Klaire announces she will be making her gingerbread house when everyone goes to sleep. The next scene she is answering the door in daylight with the same clothes on. This scene is out of sequence and should have shown before the cooking making scene. See more »
This movie could have been in the theaters. It has a Hollywood motion picture plot and acting.
It has charisma and charm. The characters are rich and wonderful and do their roles. Ben is a politician who dreams of being a writer and Greta is a reporter who simply wants to get a story. This plot has a few twists and turns and is surrounded by a Christmas feeling. I don't even think Christmas was even mentioned in the movie, but it did have that wonderful feeling of good humored and natured fun.
I keep waiting to dislike these types of movies, but they are so well written and acted, I cannot. This movie is a 9 out of 10 and another must see.
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