Upon her untimely death, a workaholic who never put much value into the joys of Christmas finds herself recruited to be a Christmas Angel -- and is assigned a hard luck case that she accidentally falls in love with.
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Candace Cameron Bure,
A cynical journalist decides to take a train from Washington, D.C. to Los Angeles for Christmas to get inspiration for a story in honor of his late father. He gets to know the other passengers and runs into an old flame while aboard.
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Upon her untimely death, a workaholic finds herself in training to be a Christmas Angel in Heaven. Despite being the worst recruit in the history of Christmas, she's assigned a hard luck case. As she's forced to help solve his problems, she'll start to discover the meaning of Christmas and maybe even fall in love along the way.Written by
This is Kristin Davis's second Christmas movie after Three Days (2001). Interestingly, that film also centers around her character dying at the beginning and features an angel. See more »
There is a Grover Cleveland school in Chicago, but it is on West Byron, not 17th, as Max's niece says when she invites Eve to the Christmas pageant. In addition, it is implied that Eve's brother and his family live in Oak Park, so her nephews would not be in the same school. See more »
I would just do it all so differently if I had a second chance.
I hear that a lot.
I just don't know how I lost track of everything that was important.
Hear that a lot too.
You must hear everything a lot.
Well, one thing I never hear: no one has ever said, "I spent too much time loving someone."
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It may not be the greatest Christmas movie ever made but it is sweet. The Chicago Christmas scenes are pretty nice. Another review stated that Kristin Davis was too old for the part. Really??? Kristin is 51 and Eric McCormack is 53. Does that mean that people in their 50's or older can't fall in love? We are never too old to look at our lives and make changes! Yes, it is somewhat predictable but this one had a somewhat surprise ending. Hallmark movies are meant to be enjoyable and take you away from this crazy world for two hours. Christmas movies are fantasy! I for one was touched by A Heavenly Christmas and loved it. Who knew that Eric McCormack could sing? Not bad either! Enjoy the movie!!!
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