A Rose for Christmas (2017)

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Andy's family has built Rose Parade floats for generations. When her Dad gets sick, Andy's forced to supervise the construction and decoration of their client's float and deal with a demanding businessman whose company commissioned it.

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  • Rachel Boston and Marc Bendavid in A Rose for Christmas (2017)
  • Rachel Boston and Marc Bendavid in A Rose for Christmas (2017)
  • Rachel Boston and Marc Bendavid in A Rose for Christmas (2017)
  • Rachel Boston and Marc Bendavid in A Rose for Christmas (2017)
  • Rachel Boston and Marc Bendavid in A Rose for Christmas (2017)
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2 November 2017 | omijer
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| A Rose for Christmas
At best, this movie showed the viewer some of the work that goes into preparing a float of the Rose Parade. That may be the most interesting part of this film. The lead actor is quite attractive and did his best in a role that was predictable but still romantic enough to satisfy the Hallmark movie viewer. The most distracting and almost irritating aspect of the film was Rachel Boston's performance. She is attractive, tall, slim, perky. But her acting range is so limited, it made the role too one dimensional..Her lines seem all to be at the same voice pitch and volume..twangy, flat and very loud. Whatever lines she was delivering all sounded too loud..too forced, not at all nuanced. Her delivery is one dimensional as well..through a smile and gritted teeth..She should have modulated her voice..her volume, her range of emotions in her lines. It is lovely to see an actress smile in film, but this actress smiled throughout every scene..so there was no range of emotions visible..

her costars did a great job..Her leading man is quite talented, handsome, romantic..just what a Hallmark movie watcher wants to see. But the lead actress needs some lessons in how to slow down, tone down, let the word s of the script determine her volume and her smile level

sorry..this film had great potential..but it became almost grating to have to watch it with the sound on.

Sorry.

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