If you’re a fan of “Little Women,” then you’ll love “The March Sisters at Christmas.” A retelling of the Louisa May Alcott classic novel, this movie follows the story of four sisters who work to repair the family home so their parents don’t have to sell it, all while balancing conflict, romance and even power tools. There are two life lessons I took away from this movie: Having grown up in a state where it can hit 80 degrees on Christmas day, I can totally respect the setting of “Christmas on the Bayou.” What I also can respect is how great this movie is for families.
When marketing exec Katherine, played by Hilarie Burton (TRL, anyone?
There’s just one problem: you’ve burned through all your DVDs, and Netflix only recommends dramatic TV shows and goofy cartoons because of all the “House of Cards” and “Archer” you watch. Cheri and Tony are the adorable pair we all love to see end up together, fighting and nitpicking while battling it out to see whose tree will reign supreme.Nothing says Christmas romance more than two people who “can’t stand each other” competing in a contest. Now that that’s out of my system, “A Very Merry Daughter of the Bride” plays off the mother-daughter relationship we all know too well, especially when you’re not a fan of Mom’s new boo.) returns to Louisiana with her 8-year-old son, Zack, she gets more than she expected in the form of old flame Caleb and a Christmas miracle — it’s Southern charm at its best!“I think when you make movies that reaffirm family and tradition, you’re putting out good energy in the universe,” Interian said.
First dates are part of life and imperative for meeting that special someone. Was it because he was holding her hostage in his castle? Though, by the end, Belle saw him for who he was on the inside, not the outside. Sure, they got into a little trouble, but it was a turning point for them and allowed their friendship to grow into a romance.