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Let It Snow (2013)

An executive examines her company's new property and prepares a presentation to transform the rustic lodge into a new hot spot.


Harvey Frost


Harvey Frost (teleplay), Jim Head (teleplay) | 1 more credit »
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Cast overview:
Candace Cameron Bure ... Stephanie Beck
Jesse Hutch ... Brady Lewis
Alan Thicke ... Ted Beck
Gabrielle Rose ... Karla Lewis
Dan Willmott ... Paul Lewis
Alison Thornton ... Angeline Bennett
Samantha Ferris ... Sally
Connor Christopher Levins ... Zak (as Connor Levins)
John Innes ... Harvey
Meredith McGeachie ... Tara
Emma Tremblay ... Amanda
Matthew Kevin Anderson ... Andy (as Matthew Anderson)
Kristine Cofsky ... Sales Assistant
Lee Vincent Lee Vincent ... Maitre D'


A self-defined Grinch, Stephanie begins her stay at Snow Valley Lodge immune to Christmas sentiment. But as the lodge's festive traditions provide the Christmas Stephanie never had growing up with her distant father, Stephanie finds herself enjoying every minute. To complicate her professional duties even further, the combative feelings she felt toward Brady turn into romantic ones. With Stephanie's newfound Christmas spirit and unexpected holiday romance, she begins to question Falcon's overhaul. As her Christmas Eve deadline approaches, she's faced with a decision: should she transform the lodge into a new winter hot spot or embrace tradition and let it snow? Written by Anonymous

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Drama | Family | Romance


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Let It Snow was filmed in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. See more »


When Stephanie gets in the car to go shopping for winter clothes, she asks Brady to turn on the heat. When Brady gets in a few minutes later, he starts the car. If the car wasn't on, there would have been no heat.

However, as it is made clear Stephenie is from Phoenix, AZ, she may not be aware of that. See more »

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Best Hallmark Christmas movie
11 November 2015 | by jonathanrspaldingSee all my reviews

When you watch a Hallmark movie, especially a Christmas one, you know what you are going to get. You know what is going to happen no spoiler alert necessary. I enjoy the Christmas season and by definition the movies on the Hallmark Channel. They are kind of background noise to what I am doing during this time.

In that spirit I think this movie might be the best of the bunch. The character dynamics seem more real and the romance more believable than most of genre. The family drama rang true with both characters. I also think the choices facing the characters seemed real and relatable.

Unlike other reviewers I thought Alan Thicke was very good in this movie. He had to look like a clueless jerk because that is what is character was supposed to be.

Mrs. Bure is very good in this movie as this type of role suits her well. But I also felt the cast outside of her, except perhaps the male leads mother, was very good.

Hence, I would high recommend this next November.

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30 November 2013 (USA) See more »

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