After stepping down as CEO of her dream job, Maddie (Lori Loughlin) heads home for the holidays to gain perspective. She finds herself running into her old high school sweetheart Carter (Victor Webster), and tensions quickly arise. When forced to put together a Christmas dance for the local high school, Carter and Maddie find themselves putting their differences aside and rediscover what made them fall in love all those years ago.

Also Known As: Homegrown Christmas

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  • monalisa-cristea
    monalisa cristea

    “Every day’s a Holiday with Mary”. Every movie’s a good one with Lori. As long as she gets to play her happy smart optimistic uncertain character, the movie is pleasant. She did get to do that and it is worth watching. I absolutely love Garage Sale Mysteries. Unfortunately we have a lackluster story which failed to accomplish what it could have. Victor Webster is a great match with her. I absolutely loved “IT’S CHRISTMAS, EVE” which had Gwynyth Walsh as the mom, both were a success. It also had the lady who plays the librarian in Aurora Teagarden, Ellie Harvey. Her part as the mayor there was great, but as the stewardess mom here, it just did not work. I enjoyed the movie with Lori Loughlin. Hope they give her a better script next time. She is a treasure.

  • ann-singleton
    ann singleton

    6/10 – pretty on-par with the standard Hallmark holiday affair

  • eva-roos
    eva roos

    Lori Loughlin & Victor Webster headline this Hallmark Christmas movie. Also starring one of Loughlin’s daughters with a subplot where she pulls strings to get her into college! Enjoyable if you are a fan of any of the actors.

  • gogwangsu

    What made you fall in love. Homegrown Christmas. Kinda cute. Kinda cheeky. Most of us have lived thru this and done it. If I can or could give the actors in this movie different rating boy o boy would I. I love that LL Is going thru some terrible lawsuits, could go to jail and hallmark uses her. comme ci comme ça Bold move. He (Matt Hamilton).was just amazing

  • natasha-agozyan
    natasha agozyan

    The still pretty Lori Loughlin and a plumper Victor Webster star as 2 old flames reconnecting during the holidays. They have to plan a dance. She just resigned as boss of a shoe company. It’s a familiar Hallmark formula with a likeable cast.

  • rodney-chapman
    rodney chapman

    Lori Loughlin and Victor Webster are seasoned veterans of the Hallmark style of movies and it shows in this one. Either the witty dialogue was perfect for these two, or these two were perfect for this dialogue, but maybe it was both. There were several moments throughout with some light humor. The cookie exchange was perfect.The story had several well used devices for a Christmas movie, so there was nothing surprising in that, but even so it was a decent story and it was put together smoothly.I do have one minor complaint which is very common in this type of movie – more than one character did a 180 so fast it made my head spin.

  • brian-tillmanno
    brian tillmanno

    About half of the dialogue was believable, the other half was cheesy or unrealistic. I like Lori Loughlin as an actress, but the character in this movie was written super shallow. The best part of the movie was the play by play of the cookie exchange.

  • christina-hill
    christina hill

    I’ve read some of the reviews, here, but I couldn’t disagree more; the conversations or attempt at them was strained at best. I could not believe the chemistry at all.