It's Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas

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  • TV-G
  • 2019
  • 6.1  (1,152)

It's Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas is a heartwarming holiday film that premiered in 2019. The movie showcases the story of two individuals--a struggling single father and a driven businesswoman--who cross paths and end up changing each other's lives in the most wonderful way possible. Starring Eric Mabius as single father Ben and Tricia Helfer as businesswoman Annie, the movie opens with Ben trying to make ends meet while raising his two children, Teddy and Molly, on his own. Ben has recently lost his wife and is struggling to balance his responsibilities as a father and provide for his family. Meanwhile, Annie, a successful businesswoman, is struggling to secure a promotion in her company. She is tasked with organizing a Christmas festival in the town where Ben and his family live and comes up with the idea to feature Ben's family farm in the festival. When Ben and Annie meet, their first interaction is not a pleasant one as Ben believes that Annie's plans will only harm his family's farm. However, as they begin to work together, they eventually come to understand and appreciate each other's perspectives, and a friendship blossoms.

As the pair start to spend more time together, Ben discovers that Annie herself has lost her father and hasn't celebrated Christmas in years. She has been so focused on work that she has denied herself the joy and festivity of the holiday season. Seeing how much Annie has missed out on, Ben makes it his mission to show her the true magic of Christmas. He takes her on a tour of the town's Christmas lights, shows her how to decorate a tree, and even teaches her how to make gingerbread houses with his kids.

Meanwhile, the town is looking forward to the Christmas festival, and Ben's family farm is the center of focus. As the festival approaches, Ben finds himself in a dilemma when he discovers that a major snowstorm is headed towards the town. With no time to reschedule the festival, Ben must find a way to ensure that the event goes on as planned, while protecting his family's farm from getting damaged by the snowstorm.

It's Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas is a movie that highlights the importance of family, love, and friendship during the holiday season. Ben and Annie's growing friendship and understanding of each other's struggles are heartwarming to watch. Eric Mabius and Tricia Helfer give great performances and their chemistry on screen is palpable. The film is also sprinkled with moments of humor, especially when Ben's kids are on screen.

One of the standout features of the movie is the beautiful setting in which it is shot. The town is portrayed as a cozy, idyllic place, perfect for the holiday season. The snow-covered landscapes and the warm, twinkling lights give the movie a magical, festive touch.

Another element that adds to the charm of the movie is the music. The film features classic Christmas carols as well as original music, which sets the perfect tone for the story.

Overall, It's Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas is an enjoyable, feel-good film that will leave audiences feeling warm and fuzzy inside. It's a movie that embodies the true spirit of the season--love, kindness, and togetherness--and will undoubtedly become a staple in many households' holiday movie collections.

It's Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas is a 2019 romance movie. It has received moderate reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 6.1.

It's Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas
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    6.1  (1,152)