The Most Wonderful Time of the Year (2008) - Comedy, Drama, Family

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Corporate analyst and single mom, Jen, tackles Christmas with a business-like approach until her uncle arrives with a handsome stranger in tow.

IMDB: 7.3
Director: Michael Scott
Stars: Brooke Burns, Henry Winkler
Length: 88 Minutes
PG Rating: TV-PG
Reviews: 5 out of 35 found boring (14.28%)

One-line Reviews (16)

and he is what made this movie most extra uniquely enjoyable!

I must admit that for me, this was just another predictable Hallmark movie with a young, attractive cast.

Enjoyable .

I would of scored it a 10 but the ending delves into a cliché.

The guy is so intense as a businessman that he doesn't show any affection toward her at all.

But, in all reality, that's what makes it an enjoyable movie for me.

I thoroughly enjoyed it.

I highly recommend it.

I was able to catch it from the beginning this time, so I enjoyed it even more.

You can watch about a hundred of these movies every December and the plots are generally the same: attractive single father (or mother) with steady, stable (boring) boyfriend (girlfriend) and cute kid(s) meets seemingly inappropriate man(woman) who works their way into their heart as well as instills the "true" meaning of Christmas.

Watching movie Christmas 24 ..cosy, enjoyable movie.

Antagonist cliché in place; here we go.

I would've like to have seen the lead actress's fiancé shirtless too, this movie does have male eye candy, I got kinda bored during the film, and those guys kept me walking away Hahahaha.

Yes, it's predictable.

This was an enjoyable entry into the Hallmark holiday collection.

Whilst the plot is predictable I would not have had it any other way.