Falling for Christmas

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  • TV-G
  • 2016
  • 1 hr 27 min
  • 6.2  (1,722)

Falling for Christmas is a heartwarming romantic-comedy movie that makes for a delightful watch, set during the holiday season. The 2016 movie stars Leah Renee, Niall Matter and Lisa Whelchel. The movie tells the story of a single mother, named Claire Coffee (played by Leah Renee) who is consumed by her work as a concert pianist. She lives her life on the road, traveling from city to city for her performances while her nine-year-old daughter Charlotte (played by Gracyn Shinyei) is left at home with her grandparents. To make matters worse, Charlotte is facing a tough time in school and is finding it hard to make any friends

In an attempt to ease her daughter's anxiety and give her the family time she deserves, Claire takes a break from her busy life and decides to spend Christmas with her parents at their home in Wisconsin. However, when they reach their destination, Claire and her daughter are confronted by the unwelcoming attitude of her parents, especially her mother, played by Lisa Whelchel.

To their surprise, they soon discover that their neighbor, named Scott Hays (played by Niall Matter) is a former professional hockey player, who has now retired and returned to his hometown. As Claire and Scott spend more time together, a strong attraction develops between them. Though Claire's stay in Wisconsin was intended to be a short one, as the holiday season progresses, she learns what it means to truly come home for Christmas and be with family.

The chemistry between Renee and Matter is evident throughout the movie, and their performances are natural, making their characters realistically lovable. The film plays a lot with the theme of family, and finding inner happiness in the simple things in life. The snowy Wisconsin setting of the movie adds to the charm of the holiday season, and the moments shared between a mother and daughter make the storyline more endearing.

Lisa Whelchel's portrayal of Claire's mother brings a certain depth to the movie, as we see the strained relationship between Claire and her mother unfold. Her character is the epitome of all mothers, with a sometimes-overbearing attitude and a lack of understanding of her children's needs. However, as the story progresses, we see her softening towards her daughter and granddaughter.

The movie has a great balance of comedy and drama. It brings us back to the essence of Christmas that is often lost in the hustle and bustle of our everyday lives. Falling for Christmas is a feel-good movie that is perfect for families to watch during the holiday season. It's one of those films that will both make you laugh and warm and lift your spirits.

All in all, Falling for Christmas is a movie that captures the true essence of the holiday season. Its beautiful narrative tells us how we often forget what is really important in life, and how we should take the time to embrace simple joys around us. The movie message is clear-cut and affirmative, reminding viewers that it’s not about what we have or have achieved, but about the love and comfort we can give one another. If you're a fan of romantic comedies that will leave you feeling lifted, then Falling for Christmas is most definitely worth the watch.

Falling for Christmas is a 2016 romance movie with a runtime of 1 hour and 27 minutes. It has received moderate reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 6.2.

Falling for Christmas
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Where to Watch Falling for Christmas
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  • Release Date
    2016
  • MPAA Rating
    TV-G
  • Runtime
    1 hr 27 min
  • Language
    French
  • IMDB Rating
    6.2  (1,722)