I liked and enjoyed almost everything. Ethan, meanwhile, is preoccupied with not only his parents' romantic dilemma, but also his own - one brought about by his new friendship with Stephanie, his first teenage crush. I liked the plot, the lines, the directing. But there is a surprising amount going on which all works towards making this storyline more interesting, although in effect makes it more contrived. And this is one of those movies that I find very favorable. The knock on effect of being so sweet is that the characters feel unreal and the performances cheesy. Gail O'Grady was teamed with attractive male stars in her previous movies, and their potential romances seemed more sincere and believable.
The duo's primary obstacle is their mother's fiance, Tony. And even the sort of bad guys, Robert Pine as toy company owner Arthur may be all about the money but he's not unscrupulous enough. That is really it except it is padded out by various events such as her child trying to find a husband for his mum so she can feel complete again. Ever since her husband died, Sarah Armstrong has divided her time between working at a community center and caring for her nine-year-old son, Jesse. You could sum it up by saying widowed mother who works hard doesn't realise the man of her dreams is her neighbour who is also her best friend. Movie All I Want for Christmas 2007 tell story about Tis the season for making dreams true. Gail O'Grady as widowed Mum Sarah is again just too nice and it's impossible to believe that not only has she raised a son on her own but kept a centre for the homeless running.
Ethan, a practical older brother, and adorable Hallie, who knows how to charm her way out of a difficult situation, are intent on spending Christmas with their parents, Catherine and Michael, and grandmother Lillian. It just goes too far in trying to be a fairytale romance and takes nice one step too far to become sickly sweet. I would much, much prefer to write a favorable review rather than a negative one. Just in time for the holidays, All I Want for Christmas is a surprise romantic treat for anyone who believes in the magic of love, friendship, and family. . What evolves is an elaborate scheme involving mice, telephone calls and an ice-cream truck, as Ethan and Hallie try to achieve their goal with the help of Stephanie. .
The trouble is that whilst she hits it off with one of the men maybe the most perfect man for her has been in front of her eyes the whole time. When Jesse wins the All I Want for Christmas contest sponsored by a toy company, his wish comes as no surprise to find a new dad. Greg Germann as his son Roger is no better because once more for a character who is meant to be a semi bad guy he is just too damn nice. She was very dedicated to it for years. Just in time for the holidays, All I Want for Christmas is a surprise romantic treat for anyone who believes in the magic of love, friendship, and family. If everything goes according to plan for one young boy, he just may be sharing this Christmas with a new dad.
All I Want for Christmas Trailer 2007 01 December , , 86 mins Tis the season for making dreams true. Consistent with Gail O'Grady's wonderful talent starring in all of her movies, this movie was also very enjoyable. You have the homeless centre which may have to close down unless money can be raised to buy the property, then there is the toy company running a promotion which leads to young Jesse winning his wish and the toy company basically becoming a dating agency for his mother and then there is the rich executive who falls for her but as you can guess isn't really the right one. In a way it's not that there is too much going on but the whole set up, the toy company finding a date for Sarah and so on makes it all too contrived. If everything goes according to plan for one young boy, he just may be sharing this Christmas with a new dad.
However, I didn't care for Robert Mailhouse in this or any movie. Between bringing up her son Jesse and running a centre for the homeless, widowed mother Sarah Armstrong has her hands full, even more so when she suddenly has to raise enough money to buy the building that the homeless centre resides in. Ever since her husband died, Sarah Armstrong has divided her time between working at a community center and caring for her nine-year-old son, Jesse. But that is the least of her problems as Jesse decides to enter a competition run by a toy company where they will make your wish come true and his wish is for them to find his mum a new husband before Christmas. .
Complicating things is a smarmy businessman named Toney Boer, who has taken an interest in Catherine. The children finally succeed with a little Christmas magic from Santa Claus. . Movie All I Want for Christmas 2007 is movie directed by Harvey Frost. Then she faced a financial crisis concerning the building, of which she prioritized not to be defeated. As Ethan and Hallie embark on their adventure, almost nothing goes exactly as they planned.
When he wins Sarah not only has to try and keep the centre open but also date the various men the toy company sets up. There is just something about his looks that does not make him appealing to play in possible romance parts, and I thought he was detracting. . When Jesse wins the All I Want for Christmas contest sponsored by a toy company, his wish comes as no surprise to find a new dad. .
It makes pretty much everything about the movie from the storyline; the characters and even the dialogue feel wrong. It still manages to be entertaining and although a little laughable in places is a pleasant enough watch, it's just not a great romantic Christmas movie. Alternative movies trailers for All I Want for Christmas More movie trailers, teasers, and clips from All I Want for Christmas:. It is just too unbelievable and if it wasn't the storyline being contrived it's the whole over niceness of it which makes it feel so fake. And as for her son Jesse, played by Jimmy 'Jax' Pinchak, well he's the most unrealistic 10 year old I have ever seen, so kind, so nice that you almost end up laughing when ever he does something. .
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