Holiday movies fill our hearts with joy. Between Hallmark's Countdown to Christmas, It's a Wonderful Lifetime (or Fa La La La Lifetime, if you prefer) and ABC Family's 25 Days of Christmas, there are so many movies and so little time.
To help you, our friends, we have sacrificed by watching as many of these movies as possible and will give you our two cent review. Hopefully this will help you know what you do or do not want to watch.
November 25, 2012
Hitched for the Holidays
When commitment-phobe Rob Marino (Joey Lawrence) breaks up with his
girlfriend before Thanksgiving, he is criticized by his big Italian
family about his inability to keep a relationship through the holidays.
Wanting to prove them wrong and fulfill his dying grandmother's (Paula
Shaw) wish to see him happy in love, Rob goes online and finds Julie
(Emily Hampshire), another single New Yorker who's meddling Jewish mom
(Marilu Henner), has driven her to seek a temporary boyfriend. Rob and
Julie agree to pose as a couple through the holidays to get their
families off their backs. But things get complicated when Rob's Catholic
clan and Julie's Jewish family get involved. With Christmas coming and
Hanukkah around the corner, they double their efforts to keep the
charade going, only to discover their fake feelings may be a little too
Our Two Cents:
We love this movie, as is apparent by the ratings. Definitely in our top three. This a must-see, and frankly worth owning.
Storyline/Writing ★★★★★ • Acting ★★★★★ • Chemistry ★★★★★ • Overall ★★★★★
Links: IMDB • Buy DVD on Amazon • Official Site
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