** Christmas Getaway

Front Street Pictures,

Bridget Regan, Travis Van Winkle, Raven Stewart, Teryl Rothery, Sarah Smyth, Dan Payne, Alvin Sanders, Krystle Dos Santos, Kiefer O’Reilly,
Keith MacKechnie

Emory Blake (Bridget Regan) is a writer, and has a new assignment for a Christmas Day article invoking the Christmas Spirit, but she’s feeling really burnt out. To help her out, her publisher offers her a Christmas vacation at a Christmas Cabin up on the mountains. But when she arrives, she finds the place occupied by a widower Father, Scott Hayes (Travis Van Winkle) and his young daughter Katy (Raven Stewart), who are also booked in the same cabin. Unfortunately there are no other openings as the lovely winter town is booked full months in advance. She decides to spend the night, but has plans to leave right away in the morning, but storms, bridge outages, and other minor disasters keep delaying her return to the city. By the time she’s able to get out, she’s got the perfect story, but more than that, has found her personal joy in the season and a couple very good new friends in the process.

Once again, I found this a wonderful new Christmas Movie. The pacing was great, and the scenery around the town and the cabin is unbelievably beautiful. The Christ Sprit is intense, and the actors are superb. All in all this is a nicely done very festive holiday movie and one that is very worthwhile. The story is very well written and nicely done, and one that is very much worth watching. Look for it on the Hallmark Channel this season. This is one I really did enjoy.

EdG – EdsReview Dot Com – A Movie Review Blog



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