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Moonlight & Mistletoe

4.7 out of 5 stars 206 customer reviews

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Comedian Tom Arnold (True Lies) takes the holiday spirit to new heights starring in Moonlight & Mistletoe, the heartwarming and hilarious story of a father and daughter who single-handedly attempt to save Christmas ... in Santaville. Arnold plays Nick, the owner of a year round Christmas theme park. After three years, his estranged daughter Holly (Candace Cameron Bure) returns home to find the spirit of Christmas in Santaville has dwindled, taking the family business with it. What starts out as an attempt to bail out her dad, ends up rekindling Holly s belief in Christmas all over again. The snowflakes will fly in this holiday film the whole family will enjoy!

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  • Actors: Tom Arnold, Candace Cameron-Bure, Christopher Wiehl
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Color, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated:
    NR
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  • Studio: Gaiam - Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: October 13, 2009
  • Run Time: 88 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (206 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B002AL2TYW
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #17,969 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Moonlight & Mistletoe" on IMDb

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By Lizz A. Belle VINE VOICE on November 8, 2009
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ABC Family usually puts out some pretty good Christmas movies and this one is no exception. I call it "cheestastic" because it is predictable but the story is fun nonetheless. My biggest problem with the movie was the actors. I am a fan of Candace Cameron-Bure from her days on Full House, but she almost doesn't look like the same person in this movie. She appears to have had quite a bit of plastic surgery, as you will notice because her face never moves. There is a part where she is clearly supposed to scowl/give a dirty look to the villain of the movie and when she turns to do this, her eyes give a cold stare but the rest of her face doesn't follow. I found her lack of emotional responses to be quite amusing, which I think detracted from the story.

The story is very cute, following a bit along the lines of a Charlie Brown Christmas. CCB's father runs a "resort" if you will in a small town in Vermont (look for the sign on the wall in Santa's Workshop) called "Santaville" that runs 365 days a year. When CCB is younger, business is booming as people still enjoy the magic of Christmas and kids are still asking for things like ponies and dollhouses instead of X-box 360s and Guitar Hero. However, as Charlie Brown says, Christmas becomes too commerical and the business in Santaville dries up. CCB's father, played by Tom Arnold (who lacks the usual no-nonsense abrasiveness I loved about him in True Lies) has been neglecting his bills due to lack of income waiting for a Christmas miracle. CCB returns to the town very reluctantly after her father is injured in a sleighing accident. She has become the cynical Scrooge figure one might expect after having her entire childhood swirled around 24/7/365 Christmas.
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This is a great family film-heard one bad word,,but other than that it is wonderful and it will become a must see film each year.It has alot of good morals in it about family and love.You should see this with your family.We thought the acting was great and we will hope for more films like it.
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This movie took me two times watching to really develop a speical feeling for it. It was cute, the first time, but I passed on trying to order it right then. Later went I watched it a second time, Either I picked on what I missed the first viewing...but I was glad I got to see it again--and my opinion changed. It joined my Christmas collection.
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By Mils on September 23, 2011
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This is a sweet family movie. It has romance, and family issues. It's so nice to know that there are still movies made without all the cursing and nudity.
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This little Christmas Story is kind of cute, mildly entertaining with some nice settings. As other reviewers have mentioned the acting is somewhat mediocre. Tom Arnold is likeable but a decent Santa Suit would have been a big plus. The romantic leads don't posess any real chemistry between them, so the lovely romantic title is a bit too much for the story. All this is torrerable for a cut rate movie, but the real problem for me is the writing. The time line is all over the place. We open a Christmas time movie in the busy Christmas Season. OK .. All the hustle and bustle indicates it's Christmas Week, deadlines loom! Then half way thru the movie, after at least another week has passed we are told " the office is closing down for Christmas - don't bother to come in, there's nobody here". After a few more days pass by it is now STILL 3 weeks UNTIL Christmas. Then after only a short couple of days, it's Christmas Eve.. There are a few other obvious misses in the continuity as well. They get more visible as the climax draws near. IF YOU DONT MIND SOME UNINTENDED TIME WARPING AND INACCURACY IN COUNTING THINGS LIKE DAYS, WEEKS AND THE QUANTITY IN THE NUMBER FORTY, YOU MIGHT ENJOY IT.
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A woman (Candace Cameron Bure), saddled with a festive name (Holly) and a holiday loving father (Tom Arnold), turns into a Grinch of sorts, having had her fill of Christmas 24/7 from childhood until she made good her escape from Santaville. Now a grim adult with no room in her life for any ho-ho-ho, she finds herself pulled back to Santaville due to a sleighing accident that injured her single-minded father. She arrives back in her hometown slightly hostile, cold, nasty, and more than a little unpleasant. This is a testament to her father who preferred treating her like an employee/elf rather than a daughter. In short order, she learns that her father and Santaville are in dire financial straits. To complicate matters, she trusts the wrong person and they end up with an even bigger mess to fix. Yes, there is a romance of sorts included but you have to dig for it. It's more of an added benefit rather than the main focal point of this movie.

This is not the jolliest Christmas movie I've ever watched. And as far as romances go, it doesn't. And someone involved needed to better research what real nutcrackers look like as opposed to turned-spindles painted to look like dolls. Hand carved my Aunt Fanny.
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This movie follows a fairly standard Christmas movie plot in which a widowed dad is down on his luck but has some help at Christmas. This movie is set in a New England town where the dad has been running a Christmas theme park for years. The park is in trouble because people aren't interested in traditional Christmas things anymore and prefer technology. The daughter went off to college after being sick of 24/7 Christmases as a kid working at the park. When she comes home to help her dad, she finds out about the financial situation and hatches a plan to save the place. There is a romantic subplot between the daughter and a park employee who had met her when she was younger. In the end the park is saved though someone what of a twist that isn't terribly surprising. The movie has some interesting characters but the plot isn't terribly innovative. The setting is interesting but a bit unbelievable. It's also kind of odd how the attendance at the park has dropped so precariously but then rises miraculously without much more than some creative advertising. If you like Christmas movies, this one is pretty decent albeit a little hard to believe here and there.
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