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Plot: With Christmas approaching in New York City, historian Jessica is hired to create an exhibition honoring the history of Christmas at The Plaza Hotel. When she is paired with Nick, a handsome decorator, they wind up enjoying a host of holiday traditions together and find themselves falling for each other.
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Not my type of movie, but had fun!
I don’t usually watch Hallmark movies, they aren’t fro me, but I watched this one because I am a fan of Elizabeth Henstridge, and she is actually good in it, everyone else isn’t trying. Overall I had fun laughing at all the corny stuff in it and I recommend it for anyone who wants a fluffy movie with a good lead actress.
The heroine and the actress who played her are lame in an otherwise top notch Hallmark.
This one had a great setting (The Plaza in New York) and an interesting premise to hang the romance on. Jessica is at the iconic hotel to put together a history of Christmas at the Plaza and finds a theme in the fact that the Christmas tree every year at the Plaza has a different custom made tree topper. She is missing a year, mysteriously, and her quest is to solve the mystery, and hopefully produce the long lost topper. The love-interest, the wonderful Ryan Peevey is this year’s hotel decorator. This also featured a last-minute secondary romance, which was touching. As a secondary character, Julia Duffy is a joy. We need to see more of her. She added humor and quirkiness to her lines, that a lesser actress would have done little to nothing with.
The one weak link was Elizabeth Henstridge, whose delivery was very blah, and gave the impression of low-energy and coldness. It wasn’t helped by her character’s tolerance of her boyfriend who was rude and thoughtless and obtuse. Even when the charismatic and attractive Ryan (can you tell I’m a fan?) shows interest in her, she just can’t be bothered to break up her two year relationship until her hand is forced. The character’s first reaction, when it became clear that she might actually have to figure out her presentation on her own without it being handed to her on a silver platter, was to quit. Maybe another actress could have made her relatable and likable but Miss Henstridge, though very pretty, is not much of an actress. At All.
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 24 min (84 min)
Genre Drama, Romance
Director Ron Oliver
Writer Ron Oliver
Actors Elizabeth Henstridge, Ryan Paevey, Bruce Davison, Julia Duffy
Awards 1 nomination.
Production Company N/A
Sound Mix Stereo
Aspect Ratio 16:9 HD
Film Length N/A
Negative Format N/A
Cinematographic Process N/A
Printed Film Format N/A