Monday, October 15, 2012

Arriving on DVD Tomorrow, October 16th -- Christmas Miracle (Review)

Christmas Miracle

"This original and heartfelt story shows that nothing is impossible when an unlikely group of eight strangers must spend their Christmas together because of an unexpected blizzard. Despite their differences they work together and prove anything can happen during the Christmas season, even miracles. Approved for families and viewers of all ages by the DOVE Foundation, Christmas Miracle stars Randal Edwards (“The Best Years”), Siobhan Williams (Flicka: Country Pride) and Valin Shinyei (Mrs. Miracle)."


My Thoughts:

After watching Annie Claus is Coming to Town, I couldn't help but put on Christmas Miracle to watch.  I was getting into the holiday spirit and wanted another Hallmark Channel Movie fix before the girls got up for the day this past weekend.  Unlike Annie Claus,  I had never seen this movie, so I was in for a treat.   

If you cry easily, make sure you have a box of tissues on hand for this heartwarming holiday movie.  When eight strangers are stranded in an abandoned church during a winter snowstorm, they must work past their differences and learn how to work together in order to make miracles happen.  This Dove-Family Approved film really does a great job is sharing the true meaning of the holidays with viewers and will have you talking with your children about being kind to others, having patience and understanding,and how to work with others even if you have personal differences which may make things difficult.  What is the Christmas miracle that they all work together to make come true?  I am not going to spoil this for you.  You will just have to watch this upcoming release for yourself to find out. :-)

I was introduced to Thomas Kinkade through my mother, as she loved collecting his reproduction artwork.  Unfortunately, we lost this exceptional painter recently, and will have to enjoy movies like this, along with his everlasting artwork.  And, after seeing this movie for the first time, I can't wait to watch it again with my mother when she comes to visit during Thanksgiving. 

If you are looking for a heartwrming film that you can share year after year with your family for the holidays, this new release would make for a great addition to your holiday movie collection.  Children both young and old will appreciate the holidays and what they stand for more after watching Christmas Miracle.  

Disclosure: I was sent a copy of this movie from the vendor in order to write up an honest review.  The views above are mine and mine alone.

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