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A Welcome Home Christmas (2020)

TV-PG | | Drama, Romance | TV Movie 7 November 2020
When a returning soldier needs help adapting back into civilian life, Army counselor Chloe Marquee welcomes him home, only to be swept off her feet just in time for Christmas.

Director:

Brian Herzlinger

Writer:

T. Booker James
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Credited cast:
Jana Kramer ... Chloe Marquee
Brandon Quinn ... Michael Fischer
Charlene Tilton ... Lynn Marquee
Tim Reid ... General O'Toole
Rose Reid ... Trish Barnes
LondonRose Sellars ... Savannah Goodmanson
Craig Morgan ... Col. Doug Cole
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Kristopher Charles ... Lt. Pat Harlan
Cole Clinton ... Jason Fromme
Perry Eidson Perry Eidson ... Santa
Mara Flanagan ... Mrs. Fromme / Jason's Mom
Rebecca Lines ... Mrs. Gadbaw
Tyler Merritt ... Fred
Lillian Searcy ... Emmy
Tamiko Robinson Steele ... Olivia Goodmanson
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When a returning soldier needs help adapting back into civilian life, Army counselor Chloe Marquee welcomes him home, only to be swept off her feet just in time for Christmas.

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Genres:

Drama | Romance

Certificate:

TV-PG
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When Chloe introduces her sister she said she served in "The First Armory Division". Close but not right, the Old Ironsides patch she's wearing belongs to the First Armor Division. See more »

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Generous 6
31 December 2020 | by bxgazaSee all my reviews

I watch a lot of Hallmark movies as well as many other types, including romances, and this one leaves a lot to be desired. I'm stunned at the relatively high rating others gave this movie. The storyline is bland, the unfolding of events is overly predictable and the acting is just plain bad with the exception of Jana Kramer who plays Chloe...she is acceptable, though far from supherb. Marquee is too easily "changed," is stiff in his character and has little in the way of chemistry with Chloe. The ending has the potential to be touching, but with the bad acting and predictable nature of events, it was far from moving. I do like light romances, but I also like realistic characters even in a fictional story. These characters are, for the most part, unrealistic. Everyone has a plastic smile, and the sentimental parts are forced. Kramer kept my rating from a 4 or 5, but couldn't go higher than 5.7. One last comment...Hallmark seems to be concerned about "spoilers" but look at the cover on these movies and they basically give away the ending!


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

7 November 2020 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Springfield, Tennessee, USA

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Stereo

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16:9 HD
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