A Christmas in Vermont – ION – 2 hours and 0 minutes
Riley just helped her boss, Mr. Bullock, fire 150 workers just weeks before Christmas. The investors are worried about worker relations until Riley informs them that she let the workers keep their Christmas bonuses with their severance package. This ability to make everyone happy has not slipped past Mr. Bullock. He believes she is executive material; and to prove it, she must close Outwear clothing and fire all its workers. For Riley, she believes this is just another day on job, until she learns she has to go to Vermont and do it face to face. With a nudge from her anti-Christmas boyfriend, she goes to Vermont with guns blazing. She will learn how much impact she will have on this small Vermont town with just one decision.
This is not a bad movie, its just been done before by other networks. Its the same concept of women with no Christmas spirit being changed by a small town. In turn, she helps the town. With so many Hallmark movies following this script, Christmas in Vermont just seems like a Hallmark left
over. Hopefully, ION will get better and more original in the coming weeks.
Get back to work – Mr. Bullock
You did what they asked you to do, I just hope you don’t start liking it – Dana
Is it turned on, sir – Cyril
I just wish I didn’t have to go there – Riley
What just happened – Wyatt
Christmas is a commercialized holiday invented to separate you from your wallet – Riley
I give it 2.5 out of 5 stars
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