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      Miss Christmas

      TV-G 2017 1 hr. 24 min. Holiday Romance List
      Reviews 30% Fewer than 50 Ratings Audience Score The tree finder for Chicago's renowned Radcliffe Tree lighting is left desperate to find the perfect tree. A letter from a boy promising his tree is perfect sends her to a small town where she learns his dad isn't willing to part with the tree. Read More Read Less Watch on Fandango at Home Premiered Dec 01 Buy Now

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      Audience Member Don't kill, just celebrate Christmas with a live tree! It's December, so TV channels are flooded with Christmas films. But this is not my first Christmas film of the season. And Hallmark films are easily a go for it. TV movies have simple stories, so don't they to surprise me all the time. To create a story around Christmas is not that easy, because there are hundred of films comes every year based on the same festival. How it all starts and ends are almost predictable, but topic on which it rides on is very important. This one was about the tree. The decorated tree in the city centre that delights all the Chicagoans. But its responsibility to make sure are things are taken care comes under a young woman named Holly aka Miss Christmas. Just a week to go, Holly has reached the source destination for her new tree, but trouble awaits. That the family who own the tree is divided over donating it for some sentimental reason. Now she has to convince them, and how she does that with other personal events unfolds in the rest of the film. Being an animal and tree lover, I hated her approach. I never support such cruel act, just to please someone to enjoy the festival by killing a tree. Not just one, billions of people do it around the world which brings catastrophe in nature every year. Apart from that, the film was average. A family film, particularly for the female audience. 5/10 Rated 2.5 out of 5 stars 01/30/23 Full Review Audience Member "3, 2, 1 lights" is what you will here at the Radcliffe tree lighting ceremony in Chicago every year. Miss Christmas, actor Brooke D'Orsey, (acting name Holly) is the tree finder for that ceremony, she used to live on a Christmas tree farm so she believes she has the eye for a perfect tree then some complications come about and she is on her way to "find love" even though she does not know it. She gets a letter in the mail from a little boy that says he has the perfect tree and he wants to give it to her. She goes and it is the perfect tree, right height, perfect thickness, great color. Then she runs into Sam, the little boy's dad. The tree is his mom's tree that she planted when her and his dad got together and put there initials in it, and it has meaning to Sam. His dad wants to give it to Holly. They debate about why he should give the tree up. Whether he does or not. They fall in love. Miss Christmas is a Hallmark movie during Christmas, it is a very sappy romance movie. Wow, shocker for Hallmark to show a romantic, dramatic, tear jerking movie right? Rated 2 out of 5 stars 01/23/23 Full Review Read all reviews Post a rating

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      Rachel Wagner Rachel's Reviews (YouTube) One of my favorite Christmas rom-coms. Great chemistry Dec 14, 2021 Full Review Read all reviews

      Movie Info

      Synopsis The tree finder for Chicago's renowned Radcliffe Tree lighting is left desperate to find the perfect tree. A letter from a boy promising his tree is perfect sends her to a small town where she learns his dad isn't willing to part with the tree.
      Director
      Mike Rohl
      Screenwriter
      Joie Botkin
      Production Co
      Hallmark Channel, Crown Media Productions
      Rating
      TV-G
      Genre
      Holiday, Romance
      Original Language
      English
      Release Date (Streaming)
      Oct 8, 2019
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