Wednesday, October 16, 2019

Christmas in Louisiana - a Lifetime Christmas Movie Premiere starring Jana Kramer & Percy Daggs III !


MOVIE REVIEW

Movie: Christmas in Louisiana

Network: Lifetime

Original Air Date: November 16, 2019



CAST:

Jana Kramer ... Sarah Winter
Moira Kelly ... Charlotte
Dee Wallace ... Doris
Barry Bostwick ... Timothy
Percy Daggs III ... Luke
Brian McNamara ... Mark
Lara Grice ... Miss Clara
Carol Jean Wells ... Young Sarah
Brittney Tamberg ... Waitress
Reece Griffin ... Young Freddy
Roger J. Timber ... Ronnie
Gordon Dexheimer ... Pageant Attendee




PLOT:

Storyline via Lifetime: The Winter Family is Christmas royalty in New Iberia, Louisiana, and Sarah Winter (Kramer), a successful lawyer and former Miss Christmas, is no exception. When she returns home to celebrate the anniversary of the town’s Sugarcane Christmas Festival with her mother (Kelly) and her grandparents (Wallace and Bostwick), she rediscovers the magic of the season--and a little romance-- with her former Mister Christmas, Luke (Daggs III).

Christmas in Louisiana is produced by Active Entertainment. Ken Badish and Daniel Lewis serve as executive producers.



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*images courtesy: Lifetime

2 comments:

  1. Christmas in Louisiana is an original title for "Christmas on the River," follows Kramer's character as she returns home to New Iberia for the holidays. The young woman attends the 50th annual Christmas Sugarcane Festival, where an 18-year-old male & female are recognized as royalty each year. For the milestone anniversary, all of the former Kings & Queens return to the festival, where a multigenerational love story unfolds.

    Lewis, a native of Prairieville who currently lives in Madisonville, attended a wedding in New Iberia about 10 years ago. It's been in the back of his mind as a potential shooting location ever since.

    Christmas boat parade on the Bayou Teche. The film crew is hosting a Christmas boat decorating contest to decide whose boats will be featured in the film.

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  2. This was just okay. Probably borderline boring for me. The story and the conflict were not exciting and engaging enough for me. Jana Kramer was great as always and I loved seeing Moira Kelly too.

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