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Monday, November 13, 2017

12 Days of Giving - an UP Christmas Movie Premiere starring Ashley Jones & David Blue!


MOVIE REVIEW

Movie: 12 Days of Giving

Network: UP

Original Air Date: December 3, 2017










CAST:

David Blue ... Baxter Billings
Ashley Jones ... Pamela Collins
Jax Connolly ... Westin
Preston James Hillier ... Toby Billings
Melanie Recker ... Audrey
Meagan Flynn ... Lydia
Delaney Driscoll ... Waitress
Lance Holloway ... Derek
Laura Carlson-Lum ... Jennifer
Brooklyn Funk ... Little Girl
Walter Coppage ... Mr. Garrett
Dan Bauer ... Elf
Madeline Peters ... Bartender
Mary Douglass ... Judy
Tricia Nangkal ... Amanda Shen
Linda Cutts ... Mrs. Foster
Heidi Melcher ... Mrs. Wilson
Mark Schram ... Mall Santa








PLOT:

Storyline via UP: A man who wins a small fortune decides to share his winnings by acting as a Secret Santa to people in a small town.





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*images via: UP TV

3 comments:

  1. Love the premise of this one, hope it's good. It's kind of overwhelming how many Christmas movies there are this year so I'm probably going to have to be a bit choosy.

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  2. “12 Days of Giving” was mostly uneventful. It had a good premise, but that premise was not delivered in a way that was intriguing, compelling, and thought-provoking as I had hoped. However, I thought that Jax Connolly’s stand-out performance was the best part of this film! In fact, the best scenes in this movie are the ones featuring Westin interacting with the other characters. Looking back on “12 Days of Giving”, I’m wondering if this story concept should have gone to Hallmark?

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    1. I agree ... this story seemed to be missing something.I stuck with it until the end but I could have turned it off pretty easily.

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