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.
December 01, 2012
A Bride for Christmas
After Jessie Patterson (Arielle Kebbel) calls off her third engagement (at the altar!) she swears off serious relationships. That is, until charming but chronically single Aiden
MacTiernan (Andrew Walker) comes along. Unbeknownst to Jessie, Aiden has
bet his friends that he can convince a woman to marry him by Christmas (which is only four weeks away) and Jessie is the assigned target of his bet. As
Aiden attempts to court Jessie by first hiring her to decorate his
apartment, Jessie looks to her sister, roommate and interior design
company partner, Vivian (Kimberly Sustad) as her closest confidant. To
complicate matters, Jessie is doggedly pursued by her most recent
ex-fiancé, Mike (Sage Brocklebank), who still wants to marry her. When
Aiden finds himself falling for Jessie too, will he call off the bet and
truly pursue her?
Our Two Cents:
Runaway Bride meets How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days meets Christmas. The movie is way cute. The boy is way cute. Isn't that enough?