Tuesday, May 24, 2016

'A Perfect Christmas' a Hallmark Channel 'Christmas Keepsake' Premiere during *Christmas in July*!


Movie: A Perfect Christmas

Network: Hallmark Channel

Original Air Date: July 16, 2016


Susie Abromeit ... Cynthia
Dillon Casey ... Steve
Erin Gray ... Patricia


Steve and Cynthia are a newlywed couple celebrating their first Christmas together. They invite their families to join them for the holidays, but when Steve is laid off just before Christmas and Cynthia discovers she’s pregnant, they both keep their news secret in hopes that the celebration runs smoothly.

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Image Credit: Copyright 2016 Crown Media United States LLC/Photographer: Brooke Palmer


  1. Susie Abromeit played the perfect "bad girl" role in "Snow Bride" so it'll be good to see her in a positive part in "A Perfect Christmas"!! Can't wait for "Christmas in July"!!

  2. I am so looking forward to watching the Christmas In July movies... I love Christmas... So I think it's so cool that this movie "A Perfect Christmas" premieres on my birthday, July 16!!! What a wonderful birthday/Christmas present!!

  3. I really enjoyed "A Perfect Christmas", it was great Susie in another Hallmark movie, I hope she does more Hallmark movies. I loved that the main couple was married. I wish Hallmark would do more movies highlighting married couples, instead of the tried and true concept of boy meet girl or girl meets boy, fall in love and a happy ending. I also loved the storyline of the whole family from both sides coming together to celebrate the Holidays. It was also wonderful seeing Rachel Wilson in another Hallmark movie, it's been sometime since Baby's First Christmas. I give two thumbs up for this movie, and I hope Hallmark will put this movie on DVD.

  4. Sherry In CaliforniaSunday, July 17, 2016

    I prefer the romances, to be honest -- whether comedic or dramatic, I prefer the movies where people find love, especially against a lovely holiday backdrop.

    This movie was cute -- but not my favorite. I like Susie, and I like all the family members. I thought there was a lot going on in the story (Christmas concert, job loss, pregnancy, family descending on the house and needing to set up sleeping arrangements, the sister's boyfriend troubles, lost luggage, the mother-in-law issues, accidentally cancelled hotel reservations, burnt lasagna, etc.) -- but I could have dealt with all of that better if the revelations of the pregnancy and the job loss had not been drawn out so long. I just wanted them to spit out the news and move on.

    Everyone was likable in the movie, though! And the house was very festive and Christmasy.


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