Christmas Together with You

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IMDb Rating 7.4 10 1830

Synopsis


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November 22, 2021

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Cast

Adil Zaidi as Kyle
Deborah Finkel as Mrs. Johnson
Harry Lennix as Frank
Michele Scarabelli as Alice Swanson
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774.46 MB
1280*720
English 2.0
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23.976 fps
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1.55 GB
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English 2.0
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by gfrasmd 9 / 10 / 10

This time Hallmark does not miss its mark.

Maybe, I should not review this film. I may be biased, as I am a sucker when it comes to Laura Vandervoort. She has that ethereal quality that attracts even in the worst moments. Yet, in this movie, Niall Matter, Harry Lennix and the rest of the cast work fine. Could be that the story is fairly original and embraces the spirit of Christmas, rather than happening around Christmas, as in other productions. The results are heart-warming. This is a movie that will be enjoyed by all people who still expect Yuletide to bring kindness an joy.

Reviewed by fsogfan 9 / 10 / 10

TYPICAL HALLMARK PLOT WITH GOOD ACTING

With nothing to do during the Christmas holidays, a coffee shop owner who was left at the alter goes on a road trip with her widower customer in search of his long lost love from 50 years ago. Both characters eventually find their happily ever after with some bumps along the way. I love Hallmark films. They're so positive in a world of Covid, political conflict and racism but at times I have to tolerate the mediocre acting and saccharine sweet writing. This film was a JOY not because of the plot but because of competent acting in a Hallmark film--an oxymoron! The female lead (Laura Vandervoot) and the supporting male lead (Harry Lennix) can really ACT and even everyday dialogue sounds believable coming from them. They ground the film in reality and provide touches of drama with uplifting notes. I would enjoy an entire film with just these two actors. The rest of the cast as well as the male lead (Niall Matter) provide background. They are your typical goofy, grinning Hallmark support elves that are interchangeable between Hallmark films. They're all recognizable by their toothy grin and their slapstick style of acting.

Reviewed by fsogfan 9 / 10 / 10

TYPICAL HALLMARK WITH GOOD ACTING

With nothing to do during the Christmas holidays, a coffee shop owner who was left at the alter goes on a road trip with her widower customer in search of his long lost love from 50 years ago. Both characters eventually find their happily ever after with some bumps along the way. I love Hallmark films. They're so positive in a world of Covid, political conflict and racism but at times I have to tolerate the mediocre acting and saccharine sweet writing. This film was a JOY not because of the plot but because of competent acting in a Hallmark film--an oxymoron! The female lead (Laura Vandervoot) and the supporting male lead (Harry Lennix) can really ACT and even everyday dialogue sounds believable coming from them. They ground the film in reality and provide touches of drama with uplifting notes. I would enjoy an entire film with just these two actors. The rest of the cast as well as the male lead (Niall Matter) provide background. They are your typical goofy, grinning Hallmark support elves that are interchangeable between Hallmark films. They're all recognizable by their toothy grin and their slapstick style of acting.

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