Chesler/Perlmutter Productions

Greg Bryk, Sydney Cross, Peter DaCunha, Jayden Greig, Tricia Helfer, Tedde Moore, Mairtin O’Carrigan, Damon Runyan

Mrs Santa (Tedde Moore) senses that her husband Santa (Mairtin O’Carrigan) is losing the Christmas spirit. He’s even talking of quitting. So she tries to think of a plan, and figures if she can find Christmas spirit anywhere, New York City is the place, so off she goes for The Big Apple to find some spirit to cheer up her husband. In the process she finds a great family who really needs her help.

This is a brand new Hallmark Christmas movie, premiering this year. It’s true that the “Santa is depressed because nobody believes in him anymore” premise has been done to done to death. But this is a fresh look at the problem. Mrs. Santa is extremely delightful and quite a nice lady. The family, dedicated New York policeman, and overzealous career woman that are planning to divorce, and two nice kids who are being torn apart by the divorce. This is a heartwarming story due to the characters and the fine actors that play the parts. It’s nice to have a new movie. There are a few every year, and that helps make the story fresh.

This is one that will probably last through the years. Watch for this one on Hallmark, and if it doesn’t warm your heart, you may be dead!

EdG – EdsReview Dot Com – A Movie Review Blog



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    Samantha said

    December 11 2012 @ 8:27 am

    I think the movie is not appropriate for children and even adults. A married couple going through a divorce and the wife is having relations with her boss before she is even divorced. I find that tacky. The wife is an adulterer. Hallmark wants to show quality family programming, but show a movie like this where the children’s mother is having an affair. I consider her an adulterer, as she is not even divorced yet. Poor example of a quality movie.

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