A Holiday for Love (1996 TV Movie)
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"Christmas films" get the short end of the stick when it comes to getting critical acclaim. This film doesn't help the case that these films are "Predictable" but what this films does have is charm to spare.
In this warm holiday drama an executive forced to cut the jobs of many people working at a small-town tractor factory gets a big surprise when he's mistaken as the savior of the local economy. Melissa Gilbert, Tim Matheson, Travis Tritt, Michelle Trachtenberg star. AKA: "Christmas in My Hometown."
The film does Emphasize "Faith" "Hope" "Loyality" "Love" "Forgiveness" "2nd Chances" and "Family"
This film is family safe but mainly adults over 30 will enjoy this most.
This was enjoyable. If you come across it watch it.
Filled with lots of sentimental tripe, it is predictable family entertainment from beginning to end, and interchangeable as far as Lifetime TV holiday movies go. But, nonetheless, it is an innocuous little distraction when you just need to put up your feet and watch a movie that might make you smile a bit during the holidays.