A Picture Perfect Holiday


Drama / Family / Romance

IMDb Rating 6.2 10 105

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Uploaded By: FREEMAN
November 23, 2021 at 03:50 AM



Rebecca Brown as Amelia
Tatyana Ali as Gaby
Dina Meyer as Leila
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806.43 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 27 min
P/S 73 / 93
1.46 GB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 27 min
P/S 59 / 71

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by vincentlynch-moonoi 6 / 10


I had recently seen a few television movies starring Henderson Wade, and rather enjoyed the movies and him, so when I saw this Christmas film I happily tuned in. It was disappointing.

The biggest problem -- snow. So let's see, they're in the Rocky Mountains a few days before Christmas and there's no snow. In fact, the deciduous trees still have all their leaves. Not only did the Rockies miss winter, but they missed autumn, as well. Toward the end of the film there are two snowstorms, the roads are closed for a couple of days, yet in the village where they're staying there's only a light dusting of snow on the ground, and in some shots what snowbanks we do see look decidedly like white sheets. Come on now. Can't you guys do better than that? Maybe it was global warming.

And then there was Henderson Wade. I think he's a decent actor. But they made him way too cutesy acting for the first half of the movie. His role does get better about halfway through.

And then there was Tatyana Ali. She's way too snarky in the early scenes in the movie. She also improves as the film progresses.

In fact, the second half of the film is fairly decent, and gets its expected conclusion nicely.

This project could have been done much better.

Reviewed by Jackbv123 6 / 10

Push past Gabby being annoying

There are a few double-booked stories and it usually comes down to how enjoyable is the relationship between the leads. I was ready to write this one off because Gabby was much too arrogant, condescending, rude and self-absorbed for the first 20 minutes. The writers of many movies seem to think that have to have the leads be antagonistic with one another to the point of offensive. Some of this continued through about 1/3rd of the movie. I will say that instead of the usual instant switch to being nice, this movie tappers it a little. Gabby was never truly unselfish.

Gabby and Sean quickly connect with an all female couple. Each one confesses to either Gabby or Sean that they intend to propose to the other. It takes most of the movie to happen and eventually Gabby and Sean start scheming to help make it happen.

Tatyana Ali and Henderson Wade have some chemistry together, and the story spends a fair amount of screen time developing their relationship. Other than Gabby's career, there is little negative tension.

Acting and dialogue are decent but not sparkling. The characters remarked on great scenery but I would say it was nice but not breathtaking. Overall, I consider this a middle of the road Christmas movie which would have been more enjoyable with a bit softer Gabby.

Reviewed by gfrasmd 2 / 10

What is this supposed to be?

I am not sure than more than five minutes of this film are worth saving. As much as Hallmark is losing inspirations and lowers its standards, Lifetime always manages to run one or two notches below. This production is soulless, awkward and void of authenticity or attention to details. Fist, there is but a casual relation to Christmas or Holidays. Then, the two main characters are enthusiastic professional photographers who spend long time in painful disquisitions of the merits of photographic intents and techniques and, yet, do not seem to know how to hold a camera beyond the ability to point-and-shoot. Tatyana Ali who used to be cute and, now, tries to look cute, plays Gaby, who remains aloof and self-centered until the last five minutes of the action. One wonders why kind and handsome Sean should have any interest in her, unless he has a magical intuition of her hidden qualities revealed in the last five minutes. It is hard to explain how, unable to connect to one another, they should find such a deep interest in the intertwined relationship between Dani and Amelie, which feels like an artificial, unnecessary intrusion in the main story. These latter characters appear so stiff and unfeeling that only provide a chill factor while a snowfall is awaited. The reality is that Lifetime seems to regard these movies as mere carriers of woke messages or proclamations. Good acting, chemistry, credibility, and entertaining become secondary, if not irrelevant, notions. The wokest, the brokest.

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