Jessica (Cole) is one of the most famous actresses in the world, leading a glamorous – if tabloid worthy – life. But all that is thrown for a loop when she goes on location to shoot a holiday themed film in the Christmas-obsessed town of Homestead, Iowa. While a romance brews between her and Matt (Rady), a local inn keeper who is a single dad, she also gets a taste of small-town life and rediscovers the true meaning of Christmas.
|Release Date||:||November 24, 2016|
|Genres||:||TV Movie, Romance|
|Director||:||Steven R. Monroe|
|Casts||:||Taylor Cole, Michael Rady, Michael Nardelli, Brooklyn Rae Silzer, Jeff Branson, Katrina Norman, Brandhyze Stanley, Sylvia Jefferies, Aaron Nelson, David de Vries, Rhoda Griffis|
This is a great family movie that has a number of different themes and some wonderful surprises. I really enjoyed the writing and plot of the story and the casting of the actors. There was more humor than I expected and even the minor characters had some good story lines. In addition, the plot took some twists that I hadn't predicted and I was left wondering about the fate of the characters until the end. The backdrop of the Christmas town was well thought out and provided a good surrounding scene for the development of the story and added that wonderful Christmas atmosphere. This is a movie worth recording on your DVR and watching while it's snowing outside and you're sitting under a blanket with a hot chocolate.