An anxious bride-to-be throws in with a broken-hearted guy and a happily married couple for an emergency ride to NYC, learning about each other and themselves along the way.

Director:

Ron Oliver

Writer:

Mark Amato
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Candace Cameron Bure ... Paige Summerlind
Paul Greene ... Dylan Smith
Sarah Strange ... Maxine Harper
David Lewis ... Frank Harper
Marcus Rosner ... Jack Collins
Barbara Niven ... Susan Collins
Michael St. John Smith ... Neil Collins
Ingrid Tesch ... Tina Smith
Kaj-Erik Eriksen ... Bryce Smith
Mackenzie Mowat ... Cynthia
Viv Leacock ... Aaron
Casey Dubois Casey Dubois ... Rudy
Alisson Amigo ... Young Woman (as Allison Amigo)
Andrea Ware ... Airline Rep
Edwin Perez ... Hotel Desk Clerk
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Two New York City-bound travelers find themselves inextricably linked when a snowstorm reroutes them to an airport hotel in Buffalo. The pair are joined on this misadventure by an older couple named Frank and Maxine trying to get to Connecticut. As their madcap journey ensues, our foursome will find plenty of surprises in store.

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Comedy | Romance

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TV-G | See all certifications »
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Filmed in Langley, BC during an unusually high heat wave which broke local records. See more »

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Jingle Bells
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Sung by Paul Greene
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On the Road Again
1 December 2015 | by rebekahroxSee all my reviews

A high-strung writer gets hooked up with an irreverent laid back fellow and a seemingly happily married couple on the way to visit their families on Christmas. They are thrown together when a snow-storm cancels their flight and they decide to share an automobile to get to their destinations. The Candace Cameron character is traveling to the Hamptons to meet her fiancée's family for the first time. It is a road movie in which romance blossoms, true character is revealed, and secrets are uncovered. The fiancé and his parents are deliciously evil, Cameron-Bure, while always reliable, is quite likable and funny, and the married couple and the hero are well played, interesting, and nice to look at.

What I really want to address, and this movie is a perfect example, is Hallmarks penchant for casting 40 year-olds in the roles of 20 or early thirty year-olds. Aren't there any promising young actors and actresses out there?. I am tired of seeing the same faces over and over. It is particularly absurd in this one. The older experienced couple who have a 20 year relationship and a daughter old enough to have a beautiful old home, are played by actors who are the same age, if not younger, than the couple they are meant to be mentoring!


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Country:

Canada

Language:

English

Release Date:

28 November 2015 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

A Christmas Detour See more »

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1.78 : 1
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