To be the CEO, an heiress is challenged by her dad to deliver a Christmas letter in person to his ex-partner in their hometown - traveling by bus, incognito and with only $100. Will she learn something from the people there?
Wedding Planner, Kelsey Wilson, is about to have her big break: planning her beloved cousin's lavish and exclusive wedding. Everything is going smoothly until Connor McClane, a devilishly ... See full summary »
Justin G. Dyck
Kate, a workaholic lawyer, has three weeks to get a haunted bed and breakfast appraised and sold. The uncooperative manager claims a spirit who lives there will not approve. With Kate's ... See full summary »
Steven A. Miller
There are many similarities between this film and the real-life romance of Prince Harry of England and American actress Meghan Markle. Both Amber and Meghan had lifestyle blogs; their wedding dresses and hair style were very similar; and both break royal protocol by showing PDA and spending Christmas with the royal family before marriage. See more »
As the "Waltz of the Flowers" by Tchaikovsky sounds at the wedding ball, there's a string quartet "playing". The part of that piece that is being played is performed by an orchestra, specially the wind section, French horns, clarinets, oboes, piccolos, trumpets, bassoons and trombones. See more »
Just like part one of this hopefully never ending series, the sequel was a dumpster fire of bad acting, awful writing and cheesy storylines - and I enjoyed every second of it. I don't watch these Hallmark-esque movies because I expect much depth, I'm looking for kitschy entertainment and that's exactly what it provides. Rose McIvers wide-eyed performance saves every scene she's in, which helps, since Indian Jason Derulo is one of the most unlikable stereotypically gay characters to ever be on a screen. If you want to spend 90 minutes with your brain in the "off" position and laugh at the absurdity, this is the movie for you.
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