Holiday Miracle (2014)

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Holiday Miracle: Directed by Joel Paul Reisig. With Christine Lakin, Dean Cain, Sophie Bolen, DJ Perry. On the eve of Christmas, Sheriff Rick Langston has lost his holiday spirit. But when he arrests a home intruder claiming to be Santa Claus, his world gets turned upside-down!

“The movie sure deserves a better rating! It is a low budget production but it captures the mood of Christmas so well and keeps one entertained for the 1.5 hours.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eIt has this typical Christmas spirit. There is romance in it as well but it isnu0026#39;t just some Hallmark romantic comedy. Romance is just part of it, part of showing how human relationships matter on Christmas, and one doesnu0026#39;t dwell too much on it. Besides that we also get to see friendships, child and parent relationship and just small townees being there for each other.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eThe movie doesnu0026#39;t have a very complex plot, but it is a joy to watch. And there were so many times when I literally laughed out loud from some pretty innocent joke.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eThe only actor I knew in it was Dean Cain. He is great as a main character who is dealing with being sad in life without seeing happiness right near him. The rest of the actors for the most part donu0026#39;t have much experience judging by their imdb lists but they do a good job. The kids seem to act too amateurish but somehow this adds to the charm of the movie so maybe it is also done on purpose.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eI recommend to watch this movie for people who love Christmas in the next Christmas season and enjoy the charm, sweetness and magic of the time we loved as kids and that such movies can make us feel again.”


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