Friday, December 14, 2018

Finding Father Christmas Hallmark Movie Reviewed

Finding Father Christmas Hallmark Movie Reviewed
Hallmark never fails to bring us movies that are touching and wonderful!  Finding Father Christmas was no exception.

I especially love watching the Hallmark movies during the holidays.  I suspect that is simply because Christmas time tends to get hectic and we all need breaks from the work. Since Hallmark is a trusted source of great entertainment, I enjoy taking my breaks with Hallmark and watching the Hallmark Christmas movies offered online.

Oh, and in case you are wondering, yes, of course there is romance in the air too, but it is not with Father Christmas!


Hallmark Movie:  Finding Father Christmas


The movie opens with Miranda (Erin Krakow) as a child watching and listening to her mother performing in a production of "Scrooge" onstage.  Having heard her mother play the part many times, Miranda also has all of the lines memorized.  When her mother suddenly stops speaking, Miranda races to her to find that she has died.  Needless to say, having her mother die at Christmas when she was only 9 years old, leaves her avoiding Christmas celebrations in the future.  

The movie quickly transitions to Miranda as an adult at Christmas time.  She receives a call from a gentleman at the theater where her mother died.  While renovating the theater, he had found an old suitcase that belonged to Miranda's mother and wishes to give it to Miranda.  When Miranda goes through her mother's belongings, she finds a few clues about her unknown father, including an angel bracelet and a picture of Father Christmas.  She imagines these clues will at least show her where she might find him.  She immediately plans a trip to Carlton Heath, Vermont in the hopes of finding her father, but first, she must find Father Christmas to determine why his picture was among her mother's hidden treasures. 

 

The Sequel is also available!



Currently, "Finding Father Christmas" is also available on Amazon with a subscription to the Hallmark Channel.  
 


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Finding Father Christmas Hallmark Movie Reviewed Written by:
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7 comments:

  1. Aha.... you have whetted my appetite for the rest of the story. Love Hallmark movies, especially Hallmark Christmas movies. Thanks for introducing me to these, Sylvestermouse.

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  2. Sounds like a delightful Christmas movie. I'm never afraid to watch the Hallmark movies, since I know they won't be scary.

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  3. Oh my, you've left me wanting to watch this one! I've seen so many Hallmark Movies that I was trying to determine if I had already watched this one. I don't think I have? Darn, I have to see it now, lol. I've watched several Hallmark movies over the past few days. I wasn't into them earlier, but now I'm just starting to feel like watching Christmas movies. Odd for me not to be into them, so I'm glad to be back to my normal self, lol.

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  4. I love Hallmark movies. I have not seen this movie yet. I am looking forward to watch this movie. Thanks for the review.

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  5. Ms. Mouse, because of you and your Hallmark movie reviews, I've decided that during one of my days off I am going to have a Hallmark channel movie marathon. :)

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  6. Oh I like the premise of this movie. I'm a big Christmas movie fanatic and spend a little time each season with some heartwarming story or two. This sounds like one that I have to see. Thanks for a great review.

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