As Christmas approaches, the end is near for Billy and Marie's marriage until an eight-year-old runaway angel from heaven takes it upon herself to rekindle the love they once shared.
|Release Date||:||December 3, 2016|
|Production Company||:||Cantina Filmworks|
|Production Countries||:||United States of America|
|Director||:||Michael Landon, Jr.|
|Casts||:||Marley Shelton, Christian Kane, Mallory James Mahoney, Ernie Hudson, Ryan McPartlin|
Yes, I know it ticks all the boxes, formulaic, tick, overly sentimental, tick, even a bit manipulative, tick, and yet.... You can't help but be charmed by the story, can't help but fall in love with that little blonde angel, coming down to earth to help a couple fall in love again. I honestly wish Hollywood made more movies like this, a beautifully sweet little movie that all the family can enjoy, devoid of profanity, pointless sexual references or violence etc. I fell in love with this movie, with the beautiful story and the sassy little blonde angel. I couldn't help but smile a huge grin at some of the charming dialogue from that little girl. I found myself recollecting it again the following day and smiling all over again. There are very few movies I can say that about. I won't spoil it for you by telling specifics or how it ends, but it's a beautiful ending to a beautiful story. Maybe I'm getting overly sentimental in my old age, but I loved it and I think you will to.