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Sense, Sensibility & Snowmen (2019)

TV-G | | Romance | TV Movie 30 November 2019
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Ella Dashwood (Erin Krakow) and her sister Marianne (Kimberley Sustad) are huge Christmas enthusiasts and own a party-planning business. One of their new clients is a toy company and they don't see eye-to-eye with Edward Ferris (Luke Macfarlane), the company's C.E.O.

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Cast overview, first billed only:
Erin Krakow ... Ella Dashwood
Luke Macfarlane ... Edward Ferris
Kimberley Sustad ... Marianne Dashwood
Jason McKinnon ... Brandon Williams
Anna Van Hooft ... Lucy Steele
Jan Bos ... Lloyd Ferris
Ellen Kennedy ... Evelyn Ferris
Shiraine Haas ... Charlotte
Keon Boateng Keon Boateng ... Thomas
Deborah Ramsay ... Vivienne Laurent
Ron Chartier ... Jacques Laurent
Matt Mazur ... John
Anesha Bailey ... Margaret
Emma Pedersen ... Sophia
Michelle Brezinski ... Mrs. Hoffman
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Ella Dashwood (Erin Krakow) and her sister Marianne (Kimberley Sustad) are huge Christmas enthusiasts and own a party-planning business. One of their new clients is a toy company and they don't see eye-to-eye with Edward Ferris (Luke Macfarlane), the company's C.E.O.

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Loose modernization of Jane Austen's novel "Sense and Sensibility" See more »

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Erin Krakow repeatedly pronounces the name of the event venue as WaBOSH. Even though it is fictional, the setting is in Chicago and anyone in the region would know that it is named for the Wabash River, which is pronounced WAH-bash. Apparently, nobody in the entire cast or crew has ever been to Indiana, Illinois or the surrounding states because they would know the correct way to say Wabash. See more »

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It's a Hallmark movie, What do you expect?
3 January 2020 | by calvintorontoSee all my reviews

These people are wealthy, or wealthy enough. They have perfect skin and exist in well-appointed movie sets. Everything is carefully thought out, including the dialogue. They unwrap gifts on Christmas morning, and they float in an ocean of coloured paper. You don't have to think. It's made for Christmas. Who wants toi think at Christmas time? It's already stressful.

Most awkwardly is the use -- and I use this word "use" purposefully -- of the Af-Am kid, whom the leads, as babysitters, take out for fun and frolic. The attempt to be "multi-racial" is so strained it hurts. The kid seems to be in another movie altogether, one in which he has been abducted by these two white aliens with great teeth. Equally awkward is Erin Krakow, who, when it comes to dramatic turns, displays the gamut of emotions from A to B. Her facial expressions just can't stretch that far.

The only reason to watch this is guilty pleasure Luke Macfarlane. He is gorgeous and watchable, and plays the part suitably. I was in a hotel room when I came across it, and went to the hotel gym and ran on a treadmill and watched the rest of it. It was Christmas and it was fine.


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English

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30 November 2019 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Aşk, Gurur & Kardan Adam See more »

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