Marry Me at Christmas (2017)

TV Movie   |  TV-G   |    |  Comedy, Family, Romance


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A bridal boutique owner (Rachel Skarsten), who is deep in the flurry of planning an exquisite Christmas wedding, is unexpectedly swept off her feet by the bride's brother (Trevor Donovan).


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28 October 2018 | rightisright
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| Beautiful women make for a watchable movie
Rachel Skarsten is not your typical blonde. Quirky, emotive and super cute, you can't take your eyes off her. Emily Tennant plays her usual second banana role very well. The real show stealer, Signed, Sealed and Delivered's Crystal Lowe is funny and amazingly beautiful. She should be starring in her own movie. The male lead, Trevor Donovan is as emotive as a two by four. But these movies are never about the man anyway.

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