A Christmas to Remember



Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 35%
IMDb Rating 6.6 10 2095

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December 03, 2021 at 02:29 AM



Elle McKinnon as Jamie Blake
Brenda Crichlow as Paula Marshall
Latonya Williams as Cynthia
Eric Keenleyside as Sheriff Tim Edwards
794.35 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 26 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by TheLittleSongbird 7 / 10

A Christmas worth remembering

Throughout my whole Hallmark/Lifetime Christmas film completest quest undertaken namely late last year through to early this year, an interesting quest but very mixed one, there was never the mentality of expecting a classic or the film in question to be flawless. Something that was never managed with Hallmark's output. There was always the expectation of seeing a film where one can see at least some effort rather than merely cash-in level. One could see that with most of Hallmark's output but not all.

'A Christmas to Remember' as far as Hallmark's Christmas films go fares quite well and is definitely worth watching and remembering. It is not flawless or a classic, but have come overtime to not expect any of those things watching a Hallmark Christmas film and have always tried to not judge them too seriously. Have seen the two leads in other things and they have shown that they can be good with the right material, which they do have once 'A Christmas to Remember' gets going.

It is a bit slow to begin with, the set up taking a little too long and Mira Sorvino's character is not easy to warm to at first.

Some of the dialogue early on is pretty ropey too, the cheese really stinking up the room. The music could have been toned down too tonally and in placement, too constant and too loud.

However, it is worth sticking with 'A Christmas to Remember' if in any initial doubt as to me it did get a lot better. The production values still manage to be pleasing. It's not too drab or garish in photography, the editing didn't seem rushed or disorganised and the scenery has a real charm to it. Some of the music has some pleasant nostalgic moments. The dialogue is not great to begin with but improves when the plot properly kicks in, not being too sweet and it flows at least.

Furthermore, the story is light-hearted and really warms the heart without going into over-saccharine territory. The characters were on the most part ones easy to get behind and carry the film well. The acting is well above average, with Sorvino being very engaging once her character became easier to warm to and expressive. Even better is charming Cameron Mathison and the two have genuine and natural chemistry together. Hallmark have a variable track record when it comes to child acting performances (Lifetime more so), but the children here are great. They are not too cute and are not bratty either.

Concluding, worthwhile and worth remembering if not quite a must watch. 7/10

Reviewed by Jackbv123 9 / 10

The Right Place

I love lost memory stories. I also love stories where one of the leads falls in love with the family of the other lead and they with her. Give the latter enough screen time and you have me hooked. And so this one does. It's like an sleigh ride through familiar country - you just enjoy the ride.

Having said that, Let me try to say some objective things. This movie is so predictable, the viewer can almost write the rest of it and almost say the lines that are coming. The two main themes I described above are used maybe way too often in movies.

I wanted to love Mira Sorvino, but something just didn't click for me with her performance. I loved her despite it. Maybe her reactions didn't seem right to what was going on, or maybe she just looked too confused, all the time. Despite that, she still managed to show a lot of love for the kids.

The three kids actors were great. Bailey Skodje as Daisy was so cute. One screen shot stands out for me. The three kids give Jennifer a big hug and all you can see of Jennifer is her smiling face against the heads of the three kids. I thought that captured the heart of the movie.

Reviewed by kz917-1 7 / 10

Recapture that Christmas Magic

Even with the slightly hokey premise I thoroughly enjoyed this movie. Mira Sorvino and Cameron Mathison are the stars and hey at least their names are immediately recognizable! The premise is a TV personality that doesn't much care for Christmas winds up with amnesia and is rescued by the local vet and stays with them over Christmas. She falls for the vet and his kids and learns to love Christmas again! Very enjoyable!

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