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Call Me Mrs. Miracle (2010)

Jewel Staite , Lauren Holly  |  Unrated |  DVD
4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (195 customer reviews)

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  • Actors: Jewel Staite, Lauren Holly
  • Format: AC-3, Closed-captioned, Color, Dolby, NTSC, Subtitled, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.77:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: October 11, 2011
  • Run Time: 88 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (195 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B005F3XV80
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #16,205 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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The holidays can be a difficult time, especially for people who are feeling overwhelmed by the absence of a loved one. Perhaps it's fate that brings together Holly, Jake, and J.R. A single aunt with a demanding job, Holly cares for her brother's son Gabe while his father is deployed overseas. Jake, a single man who doesn't celebrate Christmas, has just bet his whole career on his decision to stock his store with classic toys rather than the trendy new robot every kid wants. And Jake's long-bereaved father, J.R., has withdrawn into himself ever since his wife's death. Then again, perhaps these three people come together because of a sales clerk named Mrs. Merkle, who's taking her misspelled nametag "Mrs. Miracle" very seriously. Intent on her own quirky agenda to save Christmas, Mrs. Merkle arranges repeated, seemingly chance meetings between each of these isolated characters, and an amazing thing starts to happen: they begin to discover that they're not really alone, nor do they want to be. In the end, each of them realizes that bringing happiness to others makes oneself happy, and everyone ends up having the best Christmas they've had in years. Like 2010's Mrs. Miracle, Call Me Mrs. Miracle is a made-for-TV movie based on a book by Debbie Macomber. But it's interesting that while both films feature many of the same characters and the same basic message, they differ in some key plot points (as do the books). Even more confusing is the fact that both films star Doris Roberts as Mrs. Merkle. The acting is good, even though some of the characters' actions are pretty predictable, but it's still a heartfelt production that's perfect for sharing with the entire family. --Tami Horiuchi

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Doris Roberts reprises her role as Mrs. Merkle (Mrs. Miracle) and brings hope for the holidays. Posing as an unassuming toy department clerk, she sets out to ensure that this Christmas is memorable and meaningful for all at a struggling family-owned department store in New York City. With broken dreams to mend and promises to keep, Mrs. Miracle has her work cut out for her, but she won’t give up until she delivers a merry, meaningful Christmas for all! Also starting Jewel Staite, Eric Johnson and Lauren Holly.

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33 of 35 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Mrs. "Miracle" is at it again! October 15, 2011
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Gabe's mother died when he was little and his father has been deployed, so he has come to live with his aunt, Holly. She is a marketing assistant to a very egocentric fashion designer. Though always well-meaning, Holly appears at times to be a bit ditzy, often saying the wrong things and tripping over herself to try and correct her errors. Between her demanding job and the needs of her nephew, she doesn't really have time to date.
Enter Jake, a department store manager who, strangely enough, keeps crossing paths with her. Somehow his mysteriously appearing new store employee, Mrs Merkle (whose nametag erroneously reads Mrs. Miracle) just seems to have a sense of what people need--whether it is a recommendation for a good place to eat, or a plug for a new promotion on the nightly news. There is always a little magic in the air to match the twinkle in her eye as she goes about nudging people to take chances, or to see their situation in a new light.
Everyone needs a little help from her. Holly feels like she has let Gabe and her brother down by not being as attentive to Gabe as she feels she should have been. Jake feels like he has let his father down because he chose not to stock the latest electronic toy in their store and now sales are way down at a critical time and Jake's job is on the line. Jake's father needs help getting past the fact that his wife died 20 years ago on Christmas Eve. He hasn't celebrated the holiday since then, and hasn't held the company Christmas party, either. And Gabe badly misses his Dad and his friends. On top of that, he wants the latest electronic toy for Christmas and his Aunt Holly can't get her hands on one.
Doris Roberts is endearing once again in her role as Mrs. Merkle, and thankfully, in this second of the "Mrs.
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19 of 22 people found the following review helpful
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Gabe's Mom passed away when he was young & it was just he & his Dad. Then Dad who is in the military is deployed overseas. Gabe is left in the custody of his Dad's single sister Holly who has absolutely NO idea how to relate to children. Being single, she has devoted herself to her career & works outrageous hours. That in itself makes it even more difficult to for Gabe & Aunt Holly to bond. Holly is the Marketing Assistant for a fashion designer who lives in her own little offbeat world. Stopping to pick up her boss a cup of coffee, Holly accidentally meets Jake Finley & sparks fly!!! Between her demanding job & her desire to be "the BEST Aunt she can be", Holly doesn't have time to date. Still she is drawn to Jake.

Jake is the son of the owner of Finley's Department Store & is manager of the Toy Department. Jake goes into work after meeting Holly & is pleased to meet a new Toy Department employee Mrs Mirkle who is saturated with the Christmas spirit. Mrs Mirkle's name tag reads Mrs Miracle. She says it is a mistake, but she likes the name & doesn't want to change it...especially since It's almost Christmas. Holly takes Gabe shopping after work. Of course, they end up in the Toy Department at Finley's where once again she runs into Jake. Mrs Miracle always seems to be in the right place at the right time with the right nudge...pushing people to take chances. There is an air of mystery surrounding Mrs Miracle. She seems to always know what people need & just how to help them find it. Gabe becomes attached to Mrs Miracle as do Holly, Jake, & Jake's Dad.

Jake's Dad is a very sad & lonely man. His wife had died on Christmas Eve 20 years before & he had stopped celebrating Christmas because he felt it dishonored the memory of his beloved wife.
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12 of 15 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Call Me Mrs. Miracle, Warm October 27, 2011
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I really enjoy watching these kind of movies, they picked the perfect person to play Mrs. Miracle. I absolutely love the little fella in this movie. He played the part perfectly, especially when his father returned. The look on his face was like, at that moment, it was happening to him and it made me teary eyed! I really enjoyed this little fella's acting. And Jake was charming, I really enjoyed his calmness. His face looked innocent and warm almost child like, he made you want to just hug him and say, I am so proud of the man you have become.
They could have picked a different person to play Holly and her boss, well, what were they thinking when they created her character, she was just to silly. They did a good job with the father and Maria, this was too cute. The first Mrs. Miracle I would give a 5, this one a 4. I know the movie was predictable, but thats fine with me, I feel the purpose most of the time is to relax, enjoy and escape the sad realities of this world even for a moment. I like watching uplifting and edifying movies like this one after I have done a bible study, then I go to bed so relaxed and with a smile in my heart. I will wait patiently for the next one.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Call Me Mrs Miracle March 11, 2012
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Loved the Mrs Miracle series of only 2 movies on Hallmark. Was pleasantly surprised of the movie's ending of instead of Santa Claus they mentioned God - loved that as Jesus is the Meaning of the Season after all!
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3.0 out of 5 stars Too Many Previews November 18, 2011
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I was delighted with the first "Mrs. Miracle" and had read the 2010 book "Call Me Mrs. Miracle" so I looked forward with great anticipation to the movie version of the Mrs. Miracle's latest outing on DVD. While the second movie is not as well done as "Mrs. Miracle" which featured the hyper-active twins and two adults searching for happiness, I was still glad to see Mrs. Miracle once again in a sweet story of an over-worked aunt and a department store heir apparent during the Christmas season. The film has a high sugar content but is still fun to watch during the holidays. The problem is that the producer opens with at least six or seven previews, each of which runs from two to five minutes. So, the customer pays for "Call Me Mrs. Miracle" but is forced to sit through at least 20 minutes or more of previews of other movies that are in no way related to Mrs. Miracle or even Christmas films. To add to this annoying time wasting preview overload, there is no menu available to bypass the preview commercials until AFTER the viewer is forced to sit through all the previews. Alas, this annoying overload of previews takes the bloom off the rose of the Mrs. Miracle feature and leaves the viewer feeling like Scrooge. I did not pay for 20 minutes or more of commercials. I paid for a movie and I am disappointed that fast forward for each separate preview is the only way to finally arrive at a menu that leads to PLAY the feature. I feel cheated!

Jerry Flack
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