An ad exec for a fashion magazine lands her dream assignment to organize the perfect Christmas wedding. Just one thing. The photographer she's been partnered with is her ex-boyfriend. She's...
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An ad exec for a fashion magazine lands her dream assignment to organize the perfect Christmas wedding. Just one thing. The photographer she's been partnered with is her ex-boyfriend. She's got to bring her A game, while working through unresolved feelings.
The interiors for "the wedding shoot" we're done at the Scottish Rite building - magnificent, well maintained historic home (now a masonic temple) in Central Hamilton. See more »
In the early part of the movie, the male lead is seen visiting the female lead in her apartment, and he is clearly very comfortable there and familiar with it. Seven years later, when he returns to New York, he again visits her in her apartment -- the same one -- but explains that he asked the woman's boss for her address and hopes that was all right. See more »
A party planner's boyfriend leaves for Europe. Years later they reunite on a project. Of course you know what will happen. Most hallmark movies are predictable so the fun is seeing how things evolve. Unfortunately it's kind of too obvious and strained from the start. By the time they get together you kind of want to change channels.
Jessica Lowndes is pretty in a Megan Fox way. So she isn't quite right for this kind of sweet Hallmark romance Christmas movie. She is better as the bad girl as in a Mother's Nightmare. Also she is too pretty to be dumped. The actor Christopher Russell is a bit mannequin like just grinning and not showing much range.
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