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Christmas with a Capital C [Blu-ray]

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Product Description

Christmas has always been a time for love and tradition in small town Trapper Falls; hometown of Mayor Dan Reed (Ted McGinley) . With his brother Greg ( Brad Stine), they drape the town in Christmas cheer concentrating on the nativity scene. When Dan's high school rival Mitch Bright (Daniel Baldwin) returns home after 20 years, he takes offense to seeing the town's Nativity scene in violation of separation of church and state. Mitch wants the Nativity scene removed and the word Christmas switched to Happy Holidays. Dan's wife Kristen (Nancy Stafford) and their daughter show the true meaning of Christmas by launching a "Christmas with a Capital C" campaign as an effort to keep the town together. Trapper Falls learns the lesson that with the arrival of Christmas, good will was to be given to all; even those who heart seemed closed to Him.

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"Love Triumphs over political correctness." --movie guide

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Product Details

  • Actors: Ted McGinley, Daniel Baldwin, Nancy Stafford, Brad Stine, Ron Holmstrom
  • Directors: Helmut Schleppi
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Blu-ray, Dolby, NTSC, Subtitled, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: Region A/1 (Read more about DVD/Blu-ray formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.77:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated:
    NR
    Not Rated
  • Studio: Virgil Films and Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: November 1, 2011
  • Run Time: 81 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (130 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B005BRX8RY
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #116,725 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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By Harold Wolf TOP 50 REVIEWER on November 4, 2011
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
KNOW it is a Christian DVD. PURE/FLIX is a Christian distributor. Christians making a faith-based film. Excellent actors in a good Christian tale written by Andrea Gyertson Nasfell. A story with a moral meaning, but don't confuse that with the politics also included.

There's teenage romance, a Mayor's race, a ski race, and Mitch (Daniel Baldwin, yes Alec's bro) returns after 20 years to oppose the long-time Mayor's (Ted McGinley) reelection as well as City Hall's use of a "Merry Christmas" banner and an antique local Alaskan's nativity carving. More than the "Merry Christmas" vs "Happy Holiday" issue is a greater theme of "goodwill to all men" & "peace on Earth."

Two magnificent aspects shine like tree-topping angels.
First is the filming location of Seward, Alaska; converted to Trapper Falls, small town of 4000 and home of moose burgers. Scenery is breathtaking. Local Alaskan's know that.
Second is an absolute show-stopper performance in a scene when the Mayor's brother, Greg (Brad Stine-Christian comedian) explains the Christ birth story to 3 youth. He rolls, an animated Christian Christmas fanatic, ranting like Robin Williams, and stealing the best segment of the entire film. It was intentional, as much of the segment was taken from his stand-up comedy routine, written into the film by the writer.

The film ends with the spectacular scene of the life-size hand carved town's crèche (now privately owned and displayed) set up with Alaskan mountains as a backdrop. Credits roll including "It's Called Christmas with a Capital C" music by Go Fish, a song the movie was based upon.
The 81 min. film does have SUBTITLES and a Dove Approval.
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I pre-ordered Christmas with a Capital C, however I have seen it twice on GMC-TV last year. It is a shame this film did not have theater release as it definitely deserved to make all the major theaters across America plus have over seas distribution. It is an excellent film with a top cast and it cannot be praised enough. It mirrors the on going war we have against Christmas in our nation today and is so very well handled. There is a tendency for reviewers to be spoilers when it comes to films and I do not want to do that. Suffice it to say that while every cast member does an outstanding job, Nancy Stafford stands out and I believe would have been up for an Academy Award. Her thoughtful observations are a center piece in this film and I will be urging all of our friends to purchase it on November 1. We even asked for one day delivery so we could begin showings as quickly as possible. My copy will be used in Bible Studies and I will be encouraging local churches to show it in the theater format it so richly deserves. Wish we could give more than five stars as this film deserves top honors.
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This is an engaging and heart warming movie dealing with the ongoing challenge of what Christmas is really about. I received a preview copy ahead of the formal release. I am related to the writer and know some of the cast and crew so must admit to some potential bias. Frequently the "Christmas Wars" between the sacred and the secular can spoil and blur the simple message of peace on earth and good will toward mankind. In this presentation the writer and the actors do not present mere platitudes and predictable answers. Nancy Stafford is the voice of reason and grace - I found her straight forward wisdom about what really makes Christmas "Christmas" compelling as well as inspiring. The movie is set in Alaska capturing the beauty and providing the ideal context. The characters are believable. This one is worth buying and giving as gifts to all of those you know who want to hear the real message of Christmas.
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Having read the reviews before purchasing this movie, I knew what to expect, but was pleasantly surprised to find it even better than expected!! Our whole family loved it! As Christians, we especially like the emphasis on Christ and His spirit of love and compassion, despite Mitch Bright's seemingly successful attempts to prevent the nativity display. This is a very timely message and one we should all take to heart. I hope more movies like this are made!!
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I liked this show and it will remain in my "30 days of Christmas" line up for the following years. It did not get the 5 stars, only due to the fact the ending felt rushed and it was not played out as much as this great storyline could have been. Saying that, it gives the viewer an excellent concept of what really is Christmas about, and if the "powers that be" do remove signs, titles, nativities, etc... from "Christmas" does this really ruin it? The movie suggests these are just traditions, but no one can take the real meaning which is the gift of love that was given to us, at His birth and sharing it thru giving of ourselves and caring for "people" more than caring for the "traditions" that we once held dear. It is the true concept of Christmas, not played out by lights, statues and "things" but in fact loving the un-lovely the "one sheep" that has gone astray and reaching out in whatever way you can to show love and ....well, "Christmas" to them.
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