Kate and Melanie haven't spoken in 5 years, not since the disastrous day that Kate walked out of her sister's wedding without explanation. And now their parents are separating, it is up to Kate and Melanie to join forces to bring the family together for Christmas!
A sweet heartwarming Christmas movie, very much made for families with its simple but comforting message of family and forgiveness. I don't want to say too much and give away the story!
This was a clean movie the whole way through, there was nothing that I really thought stood out as objectionable at all, so I could definitely say that it is great for families!
Overall it was a fun, feel good movie, for getting you in the Christmas spirit!
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About Coming Home For Christmas
After their parents separate, two estranged sisters who haven't been on speaking terms reunite in hopes that having a family Christmas all together for the first time in years will bring their Mom and Dad close again. They plan to do this in their old family home... the only problem is someone else lives there now.
The DVD includes a limited edition Norman Rockwell print!
Who is Norman Rockwell? Rockwell was famous for his famous American culture illustrations and artwork. He was born in the late 1800’s and died in the mid 1900’s.
Director: Vanessa Parise
Cast: George Canyon (Christmas Miracle, Dawn Rider, Man of Steel), Aaron Pritchett,
Britt McKillip (Dead Like Me), Carly McKillip (Hot Rod)
Available at Walmart
Soundtrack also available featuring holiday songs performed by George Canyon
Who is This Movie Aimed For?
The audience for this movie is primarily families, but would be enjoyed by couples as well.
Where Can I purchase This DVD?
You can pre order the DVD here: http://www.walmart.com/ip/
Enter to win your very own DVD copy of Coming Home for Christmas to share with family and friends this Christmas!
US residents only please.
My Favorite Christmas memory is the year we celebrated in Kenya and made simple gives and decorations. Very special memories! Thanks!ReplyDelete
What a wonderfully meaningful Christmas! Blessings!Delete
My favorite family memory was when we made a Santa Claus Castle every year from boxes and Ivory Soap! So much fun but time consuming. We loved it!ReplyDelete
What a great family memory!Delete
My favorite Christmas memory is probably when we played "Dirty Santa" at my grandmother's house one year. My aunt made pies and wrapped them up as presents. They ended up leaking everywhere. Although I haven't written it to sound that funny, I laugh every time I think of that day! ;)ReplyDelete
It's so wonderful to be able to look back and laugh at something like that, which I can imagine being a bit frightening at the time!Delete
I think the most memorable is getting engaged midnight Christmas Eve in 1977 and the years just get more beautiful. My husband to be kept trying to ask me to marry him on bended knee in front of the fireplace, but his mom and her boyfriend kept interupting him. He finally told them do you mind I am trying to ask her to marry me. I would say thats a memory.ReplyDelete
Oh, what a wonderfully special Christmas! And what a memorable proposal!Delete
Stockings on Christmas morning - with hot chocolate & cinnamon rolls..ReplyDelete
attending midnight mass w/ my family :)ReplyDelete
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Spending a good time with my family!ReplyDelete