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Tuesday, December 10, 2019

A Christmas Winter Song - a Lifetime Christmas Movie Premiere!


MOVIE REVIEW

Movie: A Christmas Winter Song

Network: Lifetime

Original Air Date: December 14, 2019




CAST:

Ashanti ... Clio
Stan Shaw ... Fred
Sashani Nichole ... Mia
Christian Rozakis ... Jack
Tamsen Glaser ... Candice
Poet Houston ... Simone
Kaydence Houston ... Olivia
Coleen Tutton ... Eileen
Jean Zarzour ... Gayle
Sarab Kamoo ... Dr. Brown
Nevaeh Ashanti ... Young Clio
Runako Marshall ... Robert
Allie Santo Domingo ... Hannah
Zachary Schafer ... Hannah's Father
Kenashia T. Douglas ... Victoria





PLOT:

Storyline via Lifetime: Clio befriends Fred, a homeless former jazz singer down on his luck. They form a special bond over music, and Clio, having just lost her own father, helps Fred reconnect with his own daughter, just in time for Christmas.


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*images courtesy: Lifetime

1 comment:

  1. So long as you're not looking for a romance, this is possibly the best movie I've watched this Christmas season (so far!) -- although I've still got lots more to go on the dvr!! First, though, before watching this, you've got to wipe your mind of any youtube videos of Ashanti in a trashy outfit singing trashy lyrics. In this movie she's appropriately attired and all the songs she sings with Stan Shaw are Christ-centered (no Jingle Bells or Rudolph), and her voice is beautiful when she's singing good clean lyrics. This movie is touching and might even require a tissue here and there. I'm still in shock that Lifetime aired this movie; I kept waiting for them to throw in some socially progressive political agenda, but somehow they managed to air a decent, family-friendly movie. I definitely recommend!
    ~~Jane

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