Meet Me at Christmas


Drama / Romance

IMDb Rating 6.5 10 604


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November 2, 2021



Joelle Farrow as Young Joan
Luke Bilyk as Liam
Mark Deklin as Beau
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758.6 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
83 min
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1.52 GB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
83 min
P/S N/A / N/A

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by JoBloTheMovieCritic 6 / 10 / 10

Meet Me at Christmas

6/10 - second chance at love Hallmark flick is worth a watch

Reviewed by Jackbv123 5 / 10 / 10

Overall not the usual story for this type of movie

My initial impression was the similarity with Maggie's Christmas Miracle. This movie uses flashbacks several times to fill in backstory of Joan's history especially related to Beau. It's not a common premise and despite the similarity there are definite differences to the afore mentioned movie. We wait to almost the end of the movie for the revelation of the mystery that has been hanging over the whole movie. It is not something predictable. The ending is touching. Catherine Bell and Mark Bellemy had chemistry but Joan kept damping it with a combination of ghosts and wanting to preserve Liam's memories. Then all of a sudden, without enough transition, Joan lets herself fall into the spirit of the relationship. There are things that are blown out of proportion for the purpose of advancing the story. It doesn't flow naturally, or to put it differently, too much of it is contrived. Love at first sight is the holy grail of this kind of movie. That theme is treated in an interesting way in this movie. It is definitely unusual and in that sense sets this movie apart. However it didn't sit right with me. If you expect realism in this kind of movie, you're watching the wrong kind of movie, but the crisis that threatens the ceremony and its solution stretch the envelope too much for my taste. As I've mentioned more than once, there are some interesting and unusual things in this movie. I think the acting and production are done well. The fact that I didn't care for how the story developed doesn't mean that others will feel the same.

Reviewed by adamjohns-42575 5 / 10 / 10

Better than some.

I like Catherine Bell, but I don't think that Mark Deklin is right for her in this film, she was a much better pairing with Eric Close in "Christmas In The Air". The general concept of finding a childhood love again, that the story is based on, has been explored many times in films of this genre and it's not a bad try here. I like the wedding prep build up, but it does kind of take over the Christmas side of things, which is what I really tune in for. I'm starting to think that Hallmark are reaching a bit with their stories and having seen so many of them, I can definitely say that they are getting very repetitive. It's time to change the format a bit, mix up the story and maybe not everyone has to be happy in the end? Only some of them are currently being done well. I think this one is a good example, but I'm afraid Mark isn't quite the hotty I have become accustomed to.

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