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Award-winning actress Mary Steenburgen (TV's JOAN OF ARCADIA, HOPE SPRINGS) gives a solid performance as Ginny Grainger, a young mother who rediscovers the joy and beauty of Christmas, thanks to the unshakable faith of her six-year-old daughter Abbie (Elizabeth Harnois) and Gideon (Harry Dean Stanton), Ginny's very own guardian angel. Ginny's wondrous experience will touch your heart and warm your soul in the timeless tradition of past Disney favorites. ONE MAGIC CHRISTMAS fulfills all your most treasured Christmas fantasies. Share it with those you love.
Grab an econo-pack of tissues, gather your loved ones around a cozy television, and bring on the hot cocoa--it's time for a dose of Christmas spirit. The tender and charming Mary Steenburgen (Parenthood) dons a sour disposition in her role as Ginny Grainger, a woman who finds little joy in life lately--let alone in the impending holiday season. Money is tight, her husband (beautifully downplayed by nice-guy Gary Basaraba) lost his job, and the family must move out of their house. Ginny cannot even bring herself to say, "Merry Christmas," despite her family's enthusiasm about the big day. With help from Ginny's brave and loving daughter (sweetly performed by Elisabeth Harnois) and a Christmas angel named Gideon (Harry Dean Stanton), Ginny undergoes a life-altering experience à la It's a Wonderful Life. The result? Happy endings, hugs and kisses, pass the tissues.
Not a light holiday entertainer by any means, the plot verges on depressing at times, as the family struggles through money issues and the tedium of daily suburban survival. While handled fairly subtly, some of the bridging story--including a shooting, a kidnapping, and a drowning--might prove disturbing to children under 6 years old. And really: if the somber Harry Dean Stanton (Paris, Texas) repeatedly appeared in your neighborhood, cloaked in a cowboy hat and overcoat, would you allow your kids outside? Still, a well-made favorite to cherish. --Liane Thomas --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
This is my second favorite Christmas movie. I was so happy to be able to find it on Amazon, I have not seen it since moving to Quebec Canada as they don't play it on TV and I... Read morePublished 9 months ago by tsmith
An old movie we watched every Christmas when it aired on tv when my children were little. Was filmed in Ontario which is interesting to note. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Carolyn Nesseth
This is one of my favorite Christmas movies. I really enjoy films which present an alternate reality so someone can learn a lesson, and then sends that person back to the real... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Avenger7
It was a little slow and I watched it twice to ensure that I understood what happened but, overall, it had the desired effect. A happy ending and a smile on my face.Published 12 months ago by regrem
A somewhat 'unDisney' movie with the death of a father at Christmas. The trip to Santa Claus' home brings film down, but rest is very good. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Chris
Everyone has that one Christmas movie that reminds them of their childhood, if you were born in the late 70's early 80's this is it. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Sondra