Lifetime Double Feature: His & Her Christmas/ Will You Merry Me? [DVD]
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HIS & HER CHRISTMAS
Tom (David Sutcliffe, Private Practice) and Liz (Dina Meyer, Birds of Prey) are journalists who work at rival papers in the same city. Tom's employer, the biggest paper in town, is trying to buy the small paper that Liz works for. In an effort to save her newspaper, Liz creates a Christmas column that is an instant hit. The bigger paper responds by assigning Tom to write a rival Christmas column. A chance meeting between the two journalists turns into a public disaster, but is also love at first sight.
WILL YOU MERRY ME?
Rebecca (Vikki Krinsky, Wild Card) and Henry (Tommy Lioutas, The Best Years) are from very different backgrounds. As Thanksgiving approaches, Henry finally pops the question. Rebecca says yes, and the two could not be happier. The road to happiness has some potholes, as first they must meet each other's families. Not only must they go through the natural anxiety-filled process of meeting the in-laws, but also go through the stress of immersing each other into two very different families, with very different holiday traditions.
Top Customer Reviews
The other show, Will You Merry Me, was an okay watch--I won't keep that disk though as it wasn't anywhere as good as the other movie. It has a good theme intent--learning to overcome differences to make a family--but carryout was about rather insensitive or unequal in compromise.
As I bought this set for His & Her Christmas, I'm entirely happy.
"Will You Merry Me" was good. It was the lesson for anyone that thinks they know their partner well enough. Just take them home for Christmas. I didn't like it as well as "His & Her Christmas". It was just ok...I probably would not have bought it if it hadn't come attached to "His & Her Christmas".
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Have watched on tv every xmas,have movie now that will be seen over and over,not only at xmas time. Very good!JanPublished 18 days ago by jan peters