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Andrew W. Walker,
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Christmas movies are enjoyable. They are family friendly & have lots of heart. By the end of most these films you feel great. My favorite films are always have a "Real Christmas" flare to them. I love films that have "Snow" in them. I also love it when they do incorporate what" Christmas" really is about.
Now as a Christian I was looking forward to watching this film after I read the back cover of the DVD. After I saw this film all I can say is "The general idea of the film was good but the film itself fails to be even remotely entertaining"
The plot was really truthful about the teaching of Christ but you get hit over the head with the "Message" and so the message gets "lost".
The screenplay was amateurish. The sets were not great and the acting was the worse.
"Christmas Grace" tells the story of two rival toy store owners during Christmas time. Gary, who runs an honest business and has a good relationship with his customers. Everything is running smooth for Gary until he hears of a new bigger store opening up across the street from him. This owner, Jim, is a ruthless businessman who will stop at nothing to grow his business and eliminate his competition. Since his most immediate competition happens to be Gary s store, he sets his target on him. As the story unfolds it becomes very clear that God is at work in the lives of these two men, and Gods Grace and Providence work out in ways neither one of them could of imagined.
If you want to see how "NOT" to make a film this is a great example. This film could of been better had a better writer was brought in and gave a polish to the dialog.
This film should be remade but with a more talented creative team. TheWriter/Director of "Christmas Grace" Keith Perna has no talent of either.
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