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Friday, December 13, 2019

Double Holiday - a Hallmark Channel *Countdown to Christmas* Movie starring Carly Pope and Kristoffer Polaha! @KrisPolaha @Pope_Onarope @nibewe @lauracilly @hallmarkchannel #DoubleHoliday Details Here:


MOVIE REVIEW

Movie: Double Holiday

Network: Hallmark Channel

Original Air Date: December 21, 2019

*Part of Hallmark Channel's 10th Anniversary of Countdown to Christmas!







CAST:

Carly Pope ... Rebecca Hoffman
Kristoffer Polaha ... Chris Coulter
Laura Cilevitz ... Sara
Barbara Eve Harris ... Jane Bennett
Kyana Teresa ... Amy
Matthew Stefiuk ... Kent
Ellen David ... Ruth Hoffman
Judah Katz ... Marty Hoffman
Chad Connell ... Spencer Wright
Jamie Lauren Harris ... Annie
Gryffin Hanvelt ... Louie
Ceyon Crossfield ... Kirby
Paulino Nunes ... Mel Jenson
Jane Luk ... Daphne
Jon Mclaren ... Bowie
Nick Allan ... Santa




PLOT:

Storyline via Hallmark: Career-minded Rebecca’s plans for Hanukkah go askew when a promotion opportunity comes up at work. When the company CEO asks Rebecca and her insufferable office mate, Chris – also her main competitor for the promotion – to plan the company’s Christmas party, she realizes they must overcome their opposing styles in order to succeed. Forced to work together on the holiday party, Chris learns more about Rebecca and her family’s Hanukkah traditions, while she also begins to see him in a new light. Although feelings slowly develop between the two, the ongoing competition over the promotion threatens to undermine it all.



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*images via: Hallmark Crown Media Family Networks
Credit: ©2019 Crown Media United States LLC/Photographer: Albert Camicioli

5 comments:

  1. Angel Falls: A Novel Holiday, a sequel of sorts to 2017's Christmas in Angel Falls, which starred Rachel Boston, Paul Greene and Beau Bridges.

    Jen Lilley portrayed as Hannah, a book editor who unexpectedly reunites with Ryan (Carlo Marks), a childhood nemesis whose life and career she's quietly envious of.

    Hannah and Ryan -- who recently lost his parents -- are forced to work together to help a potential writer find her way. And during the course of their time spent working alongside each other, guardian angel Anthony (Eric Close) reminds them about the holiday spirit and the value of community.

    Her latest Hallmark holiday film (Angel Falls 2 is her second!), going back to work less than two months after giving birth and desires to make her movie script -- centered on a foster family -- become a reality.

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  2. Jen Lilley: Gosh, so many elements. I think specifically for Christmas, it's just so amazing to be part of people's traditions. I grew up watching Hallmark Christmas movies, and so many people across our nation, even if they're of a different faith, that's part of their holiday season tradition. And so, I just love that I get to be invited into people's living rooms that I don't know and become part of their memories. I think that's so cute! And an overall sentiment about Hallmark is that it's such comforting stories, and that's why they're popular.

    It's so funny because I find that our biggest fan base to be people who have extremely serious jobs. I did jury duty in January and [this woman named] Valerie, her job literally is to oversee all of the D.A.s, make sure that they're following the law and she has the most stressful cases. This woman has a very stressful job load and she's like, "I love Hallmark!" It's my favorite thing, because at the end of the day, that's all people with extremely serious jobs want to watch. They don't want to watch drama, they want to watch comforting movies. They want to eat mac and cheese, and watch the equivalent of mac and cheese on the screen. It's comfort movies.

    Jen Lilley: Gosh, so many elements. I think specifically for Christmas, it's just so amazing to be part of people's traditions. I grew up watching Hallmark Christmas movies, and so many people across our nation, even if they're of a different faith, that's part of their holiday season tradition. And so, I just love that I get to be invited into people's living rooms that I don't know and become part of their memories. I think that's so cute! And an overall sentiment about Hallmark is that it's such comforting stories, and that's why they're popular.

    It's so funny because I find that our biggest fan base to be people who have extremely serious jobs. I did jury duty in January and [this woman named] Valerie, her job literally is to oversee all of the D.A.s, make sure that they're following the law and she has the most stressful cases. This woman has a very stressful job load and she's like, "I love Hallmark!" It's my favorite thing, because at the end of the day, that's all people with extremely serious jobs want to watch. They don't want to watch drama, they want to watch comforting movies. They want to eat mac and cheese, and watch the equivalent of mac and cheese on the screen. It's comfort movies.

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  3. I absolutely loved this movie. Definitely family friendly. Sweet story, but not too sappy or silly. Well acted. Kristoffer Polaha and Carly Pope were perfect as the main characters.
    (I believe that the previous two posts above are referring to a different movie.)
    ~~Jane

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  4. Just want to wish everyone a Merry Christmas. RG

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  5. Watched at least the first few minutes of all of the Christmas movies this year. Got to this one last of all on account of the other dual holiday movies being so pointless. This one actually had heart.

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