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Plot: A big-city veterinarian falls for a small-town doctor when he sets out to recreate a New York City Christmas in her Vermont hometown.
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Stop and smell the princess pines…
I must admit, this one was a pleasant surprise. I’ll start by stating that the budget for this movie was not very high. So, do not expect a Hallmark production. That said, the plain and simple nature of the film was rather refreshing and placed much of the focus on the dialogue and interaction between the actors. All in all, it is a lovely little Christmas movie. The storyline revolves around Scarlet (played by Kristi McKamie), an NYC veterinarian who heads home to Vermont for Christmas with her son Milo (played by Pono Say) to visit her father (played by Michael Swan). While home, she meets Josh (played by Jonathan Stoddard), a doctor who relocated to Vermont to get away from the city. She also begins to reconnect with her roots, helping her father with his practice doing house calls on the Vermont countryside. At the heart of the script, are the dialogue and interactions between Scarlet and her father, Scarlet and Josh, and Milo and his grandfather. In all three cases, the writer doe a pretty good job creating a warm and authentic story. My only real critique regarding the script was that the relationship between Scarlet and Josh developed too quickly, climaxing in the roller skating scene, which seemed forced as a result. The acting was strong. Both McKamie and Stoddard are new faces on screen for me. Both had convincing performances, with some nice scenes together. Some good chemistry too. Swan (as Mitch, the father) too had a strong performance. I especially liked the back and forth between him and Scarlet, and him and his grandson Milo. At times, these were cute and heartfelt. Though not a Hallmark production, the movie does a pretty good job of getting you into the Christmas spirit via some fun and festive scenes. Overall, this is a charming Christmas movie. Well worth a watch if you are looking for something plain and simple.
NYC vs Vermont?
I know these movies are filmed on a budget, but where’s the crew member who checks for logic & consistency? When leaving a neighbor’s home after checking her pregnant horse, why is the female neighbor wearing a hat in her own doorway but the female vet has no hat? The picturesque shot of the Dad’s home is lovely but I don’t think he’d park his truck down this slope of snow so far from the house (& it never moved!). I was intrigued by the use of a 1955 TV version of “Miracle on 34th Street” with Thomas Mitchell for the cute movie-in-a-barn scene. I agree that the dialogue was above the norm for “romance” movies, very nice in establishing relationships. I also agree that the romance moves very fast in spite of “the lady protests too much;” ditto the hero’s pained expression at the roller rink. Typically, it all works out and ends with a kiss.
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 23 min (83 min) (approx)
Genre Comedy, Romance
Director Dylan Vox
Writer Andra Gordon-Gatica
Actors Kristi Murdock, Jonathan Stoddard, Michael Swan
Country United States
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