The Mistletoe Promise (2016) Rated TV-G

A couple who both dislike Christmas sign a contract that would mutually benefit them over the holiday. Starring Jaime King, Luke Macfarlane, and Christie Laing.

This is one of Hallmark’s cute romances. It’s not one of their better ones, but it’s still cute. The acting is as usual with Hallmark actors; they do what they can with the writing. The chemistry is lackluster, and I’m surprised by this because King and Macfarlane are not new to this genre. This film feels like it was made in a rush, which probably is the case with most Hallmark films. I don’t think they spend much time on the production, and this one shows. There are continuity problems with both scenes on the buses and in the snow. The timing was off. I really enjoy these premises, but the characters falling in love with each other, as well as the season, just feels forced. This film is not worth the watch.

 

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