Enchanted Christmas is a bland soulless film. The stars Alexa PenaVega and Carlos PenaVega show little sizzle together even though they are married in real life. I think the fault lies with the vanilla script.
Christmas is coming but interior designer Laura's corporate boss urgently sends her to renovate a hotel he has just purchased. The work must finish by Christmas Eve.
It just so happens the hotel is in Laura's old town in Utah. It means visiting her father, who can spend time with his granddaughter.
Laura also bumps into Ricardo, an old flame and former dance partner who is rehearsing for the annual Christmas Eve show. Ricardo gives Laura's daughter a part in the show.
When Ricardo's dance partner needs to go to an audition, Laura steps in to save the show. Now Laura has to manage the works at the hotel, rehearse for the show, deal with her feelings for Ricardo and make sure her boss knows that she is on top of everything.
It really is no great shakes, will do as a filler film while you write out your Christmas cards.
When she left Utah as a young widow, Laura Trudeau left behind her father, her love of dance -- and an old heartbreak. Now, she must return home to spearhead the renovation of a derelict hotel, which must be restored in time for a Christmas Eve benefit dance performance. But Laura is shocked to learn that her old love, Ricardo Archuleta, the boy who jilted her for a professional dance career, is the star of the dance benefit. And when his dance partner Taylor walks out on the show for an out-of-town audition, Laura has to step in for her, reawakening her love of the dance, not to mention her old feelings for Ricardo -- a potent combination that has her head spinning.
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November 21, 2021 at 02:28 AM