Film Review: 'Christmas Ever After'
This Christmas, romance novelist Izzi Simmons (Ali Stroker) is in desperate need of inspiration. The Christmas Eve deadline for her latest holiday-themed book is coming up and her editor Mila (Kim Nelson) has amped the pressure by asking her to rework the story's ending. So when Izzi learns that the owner of her beloved holiday getaway spot Antler Lodge is retiring after this year, she convinces Mila to let her travel to Silver Springs to work on the revisions. Once she gets there, however, the change-resistant Izzi is surprised to find that there's already been some renovations done to her wintry home-away-from-home.
Hallmark Review: 'The Christmas Bow'
Ever since she was a little girl, Kate Malone (Lucia Micarelli) has been passionate about the violin and is hoping her talent will earn her a spot in the Rocky Mountain Philharmonic. But right after her stellar audition, Kate's plans come to a screeching halt with an accident that injures her hand and leaves her temporarily unable to play. Forced to turn down the position, Kate returns to her hometown of Boulder to stay with her parents while she recuperates. Along the way, she runs into another familiar face: Patrick Walsh (Michael Rady), her childhood friend and the physical therapist in charge of helping her recover.
Lifetime Review: 'Stolen in Plain Sight'
Melissa Landry (Gracie Gillam) is a mother desperate for a fresh start. Having finally had enough of her husband Dylan's (Jordan Salloum) abuse, Melissa escapes with her young son Ryan and returns to her hometown of Mouton Parish, Louisiana. Moving into her family's old cabin, Melissa is hopeful it's the perfect place to move on from her troubled past and make a new life for herself and Ryan. But while out at the park, Melissa's new start takes a horrifying turn when Ryan suddenly goes missing.
Film Review: 'Dashing in December'
Wyatt Burwall (Peter Porte) isn't particularly keen about returning to his hometown of Harmony Springs, Colorado. Having been away for years pursuing a business career in New York, Wyatt's not sure how he feels about returning home and facing the people he left behind--and the memories of his late father. Upon returning home, though, he receives a warm welcome from both his mother Deb (Andie MacDowell) and his childhood friend Blake (Caroline Harris). Giving a less-than-warm greeting is Heath Ramos (Juan Pablo Di Pace), a newer employee of the Burwall family ranch.
Film Review: 'Feliz NaviDAD'
Living in his Arizona hometown of Pinestar, David Morales (Mario Lopez) always seems to have his hands full around the holidays. In addition to his duties as the principal of Pinestar High, he's also raising his teenage daughter Noel (Paulina Chávez) in the wake of his wife's passing and has begun working as a deliveryman during the holidays. But this Christmas, something else gets thrown into the mix for this small-town principal: Noel and his sister Marissa (Marycarmen Lopez) pushing him to put himself back out there romantically, starting by making him a dating profile.
Lifetime Mini-Movie Review: 'A Recipe for Seduction'
Christmas may be just around the corner, but it's not much of a festive time for Jessica Mancera (Justene Alpert). While her mother Bunny (Tessa Munro) would be thrilled for her daughter to marry the wealthy Billy Garibaldi III (Chad Doreck), Jessica knows Billy is far from the man she wants as her husband. Facing Billy's unwanted advances on top of her mother's pressure, Jessica finds salvation in Harland Sanders (Mario Lopez), the recently hired cook.
Hallmark Review: 'A Godwink Christmas: Second Chance, First Love'
This Christmas, divorced father Pat Godfrey (Sam Page) and his sons John and PJ (Rhys Slack and Knox Hamilton) are weathering a lot of changes. After selling his outdoor adventure business in Hawaii, Pat has returned home to Boise to stay with his mother Lois (Michele Scarabelli) while he looks for new employment. Soon after his arrival, however, he has a coincidental run-in with the last person he expected to see: Margie Southworth (Brooke D'Orsay), his high school girlfriend turned hard-working regional vice president for a national retail company.
Film Review: 'A New York Christmas Wedding'
Christmas has never been an easy time of year for Jennifer Ortiz (Nia Fairweather). With both her parents and best friend dead, all the holiday does for Jennifer is remind her of what she's lost. Even her upcoming wedding to her rich fiancée David Wilks (Otoja Abit) can't lift her spirits. After a tense dinner with David and his parents, Jennifer goes for a walk to clear her head and runs into a young man named Azrael (Cooper Koch). Little does Jennifer know how much their conversation will change her life--literally. As the next morning, Jennifer wakes up to find herself in an alternate reality.