** Crown for Christmas

Motion Picture Corporation of America (MPCA),

Danica McKellar, Rupert Penry-Jones, Ellie Botterill, Emma Burdon-Sutton, Pavel Douglas, Alexandra Evans, Amy Marston, Colin McFarlane, Rose Neville, Rollo Skinner

Allie Evans (Danica McKeller) is the oldest child in the family who has, for years, been keeping the rest of the family together after the sudden loss of her mother and father. She is working as a maid is a fancy hotel when she gets in a bit of trouble and is fired just before Christmas. It turns out that one of the guests is the Maxmillian, King of Winshire (Rupert Penry-Jones). One of his personal assistants finds out that Allie has been fired, and he takes it upon himself to hire Allie for the holidays to take care of the Maxmillian’s child through the holidays at the palace in Winshire. The King is scheduled to be married to a princess of a neighboring kingdom to cement the relationship between the two countries, but though he’s set to do his duty to the throne, he can’t help but be toppled by Allie’s free spirit and charm.

This 2015 Hallmark fantasy romance is starring Danica McKellar. This is the perfect role for her, and she pulls it off perfectly. Last year she had a role that was not nearly suited to her, and this film is just perfect for her talent. The story is funny and whimsical and a great deal of heart. Rupert does a wonderful job as the King, and his staff are all ideal as well. Basically everyone in this movie is just about perfect from the child to the potential queen and beyond. This is the kind of film Hallmark does best, and this is probably the best film of the season. I really enjoyed it, and it’s one of the ones you ought to watch out for!

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