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Holiday Date is a 2019 romantic comedy that tells the story of Brooke (Brittany Bristow), a woman who is desperate to prove to her family that she has her life together, and Joel (Matt Cohen), the man she hires to be her boyfriend for the holidays. The movie has a festive feel to it, and it perfectly captures the spirit of Christmas as the events unfold.
The story begins with Brooke's family coming to visit her for the holidays. Her parents and sisters are all doing well in their lives, and Brooke feels like she is the odd one out. In an attempt to impress her family and make them think that she is doing just fine, Brooke tells them that she has a boyfriend who will be joining them for the holidays. However, she doesn't actually have a boyfriend, so she hires Joel, a struggling actor, to play the part.
Joel is initially hesitant to take the job, but desperate for money, he eventually agrees. He and Brooke meet for the first time at a coffee shop, and she gives him some ground rules for the fake relationship. They spend the next few days together, attending family events and going on Christmas-themed dates. Before long, they start to develop genuine feelings for each other.
The chemistry between Brooke and Joel is undeniable, and it's clear that they are meant to be together. However, they both struggle with the fact that their relationship is built on a lie. They try to ignore their feelings and stick to the plan, but it becomes increasingly difficult. As the holiday season progresses, Brooke and Joel find themselves facing a number of challenges that threaten to tear them apart.
One of the biggest challenges they face is Brooke's ex-boyfriend, who shows up unexpectedly and causes chaos. Brooke also has to deal with her overbearing mother, who is determined to make her daughter's holiday season perfect. Joel, on the other hand, has to deal with his own insecurities and doubts about the future.
Despite these obstacles, Brooke and Joel manage to find their way to each other. They realize that they are no longer just pretending to be in love - they actually are in love. They share a magical Christmas Eve together, complete with a romantic snowfall and a heartfelt confession of love.
Holiday Date is a heartwarming story that reminds us of the true meaning of Christmas - love, family, and togetherness. The movie is well written and well-acted, with great chemistry between the two leads. Matt Cohen and Brittany Bristow both give fantastic performances, and they have great on-screen chemistry. Teryl Rothery, who plays Brooke's mother, is also great in her role, providing some comic relief as well as adding emotional depth to the story.
Overall, Holiday Date is a charming and entertaining movie that is perfect for the holiday season. It has all the elements of a classic rom-com - humor, romance, and a happy ending - but it also has a meaningful message about the importance of family and love. Whether you're looking for a lighthearted holiday movie to watch with your family or something to snuggle up with your loved one, Holiday Date is definitely worth checking out.