Looks Like Christmas – Hallmark – 2 hours and 0 minutes
Carol or “Christmas Carol” is an A-Type personality and a traditionalist. Terry is an A-Type personality and much more modern. When Terry and his daughter, Amelia, move into town, they are received well by everyone … except Carol. But he is determined to make it work, so he and Amelia can stop moving. He even joins the PTA. However, Terry just keep getting on Carol’s bad side by changing traditions, wrecking a Christmas tree, and doing his job. But with the influence of her son, Bryan, can Carol change her ways? And can Terry finally get settle for Amelia? These A-types will have to learn to work together for themselves, their families, and the town.
This movie drags on for longer than it should. It could have been a 30 minute sit-com and tell the same story. The actors try their best but even they seem to be bored with the script. It does have a few laughs but not enough to remember. This movie is just background noise. With so much holiday programming, this one can be skipped.
I give it 2 out of 5 stars
There is more to life then being a real estate agent and a super mom – Jill
I blame it on the elves. That’s my story and I am sticking to it – Carol
Funny thing, I have actually lost my appetite – Terry
Your idea of school participation is dropping me off in the morning – Amelia
No, actually she is twisting both my arms – Bryan
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