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3 wonderfully different holiday films for the price of one.
on November 21, 2011
I bought this because I really like 2 of these films. "The Most Wonderful Time of the Year" is about a busy business woman who has a list for everything but can't seem to get any of it finished. She has to get her son the IT item of the season, which has sold out everywhere months ago. She has to prepare for the arrival of her uncle, who practicly raised her. And she has to prepare a Christmas dinner for them and her boyfriends parents. Then in walks a man of mystery. He arrives with the uncle and is invited to stay the night when she learns that he is a chef. Things goes topsy tirvy when he installs the white Christmas lights the neighbors insist with a twist. Help The child keep Santa in his heart. and even help stop a burglary. It's sappy and you sort of know how it will end. But it is fun seeing Henry Winkler, Brooke Burns and the rest of the cast get the Christmas spirit.
"Moonlight & Mistletoe" is about a busy business woman, do you see a theme, who has a connection with Santa Claus. Her dad, after the death of his wife, puts his heart and soul into SantaLand, a small US theme park that celebrates Christmas all year long. His daughter worked there till she went off to college and began her career in the big city. After a Freak accident involving a sleigh, a reindeer/horse and a beautiful woman, the daughter comes home for a couple of days. She starts off angry that she has to be there. Then she is furious that her father is behind on his bills to the tune of $50,000. Then after being taken by sham artist she gets the Christmas spirit as she tries to save SantaLand. Candace Cameron-Bure and Tom Arnold star in this heart warming story.
"The Christmas Choir" is about a busy businessman, same theme different gender, who seems to have lost touch with everything. So much so that he is dumped by his Fiancee in the first 10 minutes and is in a bar listening to a homeless guy singing. He goes to the shelter where the man stays and gets a life lesson about how things can change in the blink of an eye. He starts up a choir with a group of guys from the shelter. They struggle to get gigs and struggle with each other but in the end it shows how one man's faith in mankind can make a difference. This is based on a true story. Jason Gedrick stars as the busy businessman and Rhea Pealman plays Sister Agnes, who runs the shelter.
3 different films with a same theme sort of running thru each. Give them all a chance. It is worth the price.