Two single parents of young daughters, grow closer as they contribute to each others' projects - Cadence with the wedding and Henry with his high-profile client, Mrs. Sutton, and her annual VIP Christmas Eve party.
Lesley Ann Warren
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After being dumped by her boyfriend, a successful tech wiz dating app creator returns to her hometown for the holiday season where her dad gets her sign up for the annual Christmas Cupid anonymous matchmaking event.
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Candace Cameron Bure,
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Melissa Joan Hart,
Elle's plans for Christmas reunion are thwarted by work. In order to get a career-altering promotion she's forced to team up with advertising campaign 'fixer' Max, who has a completely different take on the Holidays.
After getting dumped by her boyfriend right before Christmas, a woman decides to fly home to Connecticut for the holidays. But due to bad weather, her flight is diverted to Montana and she ends up sharing the last available hotel room with a man she met on the plane.
At the end of the movie, just before the credits start to roll, a dedication appears: "Dedicated to the love and artistic vision of Barry Eugene Bialik (1942 - 2015)" Barry Bialik was Mayim Bialik's father. He died, aged 72, in April 2015, the year that the film was released. See more »
When Michael and Stephanie enter the jewelry store, the view from outside shows the door has one large rectangle of glass. The view from inside the store shows the door glass is divided into 9 rectangles. See more »
Stephanie Michelle Hunt:
Of course I can book a cross-country flight the day before Christmas Eve, with less than a day's notice. It's called "power of positive thinking."
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I will give this movie credit for having maybe one of the most horrible breakups ever, making Stephanie "homeless".
I would also say that the story premise was somewhat unusual except that Hallmark had the exact same premise the same year as this movie. Still those are the only two movies I've seen with it out of hundreds I've watched.
But beyond the premise, the story was not good. And the dialogue was also bad. I especially hated the heart to heart conversations each of the leads had with the innkeepers. And in the first 1/3rd of the movie, Stephanie was so annoying, crabby, and rude, that I wanted to shut off the movie. Her behavior ran deeper than just a bad breakup. Then suddenly she was empathetic and caring.
Mayim Bialik has so much experience but in this movie she delivered her lines like an amateur. It looked like she was trying too hard. Ryan McPartlin was better but there was still no chemistry between them and certainly no reason for him to do what he did. Reginald VelJohnson and Jo Marie Payton were also bad. Again it was like they were trying too hard. Perhaps it was the direction that made it look the same for all of them.
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