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Wednesday, January 4, 2012

It's Christmas, Carol - a Hallmark Channel Original Christmas Movie

MOVIE REVIEW

It's Christmas, Carol

Originally Titled: Caroling

Network: Hallmark Channel

Original Air Date: November 18, 2012





CAST:

Emmanuelle Vaugier ... Carol Huffman
Carrie Fisher ... Eve Miller
Carson Kressley ... Fred
Olivia Cheng ... ?
Tygh Runyan ... Ben





PLOT:

From Hallmark:

Carol Huffman (Vaugier) is one of Chicago’s most successful book publishers and a ruthless businesswoman. She is all business and has created a life that has no room for personal relationships. Her staff hates her, Fred (Kressley) is secretly organizing a revolt and they all wish that the founder Eve Miller (Fisher) was still alive and the company was run again by someone who appreciates good books instead of just wanting to make money.

During a Christmas Eve party, an agent introduces Carol to an up-and-coming author, and she is shocked to meet Ben (Runyan), her boyfriend from fifteen years ago. After quarrelling over their irreconcilable differences - Carol wanted financial success while Ben was more interested in being a good writer no matter how little he made - Carol storms off.

Obviously rattled by the conversation, Carol tries to compose herself when she comes face to face with the ghost of her former boss, Eve. Terrified, Carol tries to run away but is transported back in time where Eve takes her on a journey through her past, present and future showing Carol the unhappiness she has created. In this contemporary twist on A Christmas Carol, Carol wakes up on Christmas morning determined to make amends for her cold-hearted past and finds true love is worth more than a New York Times bestseller!





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1 comment:

  1. Carol Was My Favorite Character In The Movie, She Is So Beautiful On The Inside And Outside As Well!!!!!

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