The Tree That Saved Christmas

2014

Drama

125
IMDb Rating 6.3 10 672

Synopsis


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Cast

Alisha Newton as Sofia Dunlap
Corey Sevier as Lucas Bishop
Lacey Chabert as Molly Logan
Olivia Steele Falconer as Young Molly
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810.78 MB
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English 2.0
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23.976 fps
88 min
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1.47 GB
1920×1080
English 2.0
NR
23.976 fps
88 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by Christmas-Reviewer 7 / 10 / 10

Nice Film

BEWARE OF FALSE REVIEWS & REVIEWERS. SOME REVIEWERS HAVE ONLY ONE REVIEW TO THEIR NAME. NOW WHEN ITS A POSITIVE REVIEW THAT TELLS ME THEY WERE INVOLVED WITH THE MOVIE. IF ITS A NEGATIVE REVIEW THEN THEY MIGHT HAVE A GRUDGE AGAINST THE FILM . NOW I HAVE REVIEWED OVER 200 HOLIDAY FILMS. I HAVE NO AGENDA. I AM HONEST Lacey Chabert plays Molly Logan, who grew up on her family's Christmas tree farm in Vermony writing stories about individual trees, her favorite being a Charlie Brown Christmas-esque tree struggling to grow. Twenty years later, while pursuing her dreams of a writing career in New York, she learns that the bank is foreclosing on the farm - and that little tree comes back into play. What is nice about this film is that all actions cause reactions. It also shows that sometimes its "Okay to ask for help". Their also a minor message here about supporting local business's over the big box stores. The film is well made and paced nicely. The film is also family safe and a film you should with your kids. SHown ion the UP CHANNEL NETWORK.

Reviewed by jagough49 5 / 10 / 10

Heartwarming story of fresh hope and love

This family-orientated Christmas movie begins like "Silver Bells", that other great Christmas novel and movie about a Christmas tree farmer and a city photographer. It begins with a vignette about Molly, a girl (who wants to be a writer), and Lucas, a boy (who wants to be a photographer) finding ONE Christmas tree in the girl's family's tree farm, and choosing it to be "Molly's tree". But the tree is spindly, and growing too close to the farm access-road. It is about to be cut down – "weeded" – to give other trees room to grow. Molly saves it, just in time, binding its saw-cuts with tape and tree-balm. Twenty years later Molly (played by Lacey Chabon, the former youngest child in the TV series Party of Five) lives in New York, still writing quirky, unpublished short stories, working as an under-appreciated gopher for a workaholic publisher, a widower who is neglecting his two young-teen daughters. Used as an occasional baby-sitter, the daughters really like Molly. Meanwhile, back in Vermont, Molly's parents have been struggling with hard economic times, fallen behind in payments on a second-mortgage on their Christmas tree farm, and the ruthless, embittered local bank manager is scheming with money-grubbing developers to foreclose, and destroy the farm, to make an Eco-friendly golf resort. Nasty man. His son, Molly's old school friend, gave up his dream of photography to work for his father. But when Molly and her brother (now an architect) come home for, possibly, the last Christmas on the family farm, Molly's banker-photography ex-friend realizes he should never have broken up with Molly, and the loss of the tree farm will damage the whole community. Meanwhile, also, Molly's New York boss comes to Vermont because his daughters prefer spending time with Molly than spending the holidays in a tropical paradise resort. The scene is set for the local community to be rallied by Molly and her brother, for old emotions to rekindle, for a knight in shining armor, and for … Like the best family Christmas movies, this is predictable, sentimental, romantic, and full of satisfying happy endings. It may not be among the truly GREAT Christmas movies, but it is certainly (in my opinion) a good one that will stand years of re-watching!

Reviewed by story_by_corey 5 / 10 / 10

Every tree tells a story....but will it be interesting?

Every tree has a story to tell? In this case, Molly Logan and her childhood boyfriend Lucas Bishop come across our subject tree while exploring her family's Vermont Christmas tree farm. The tree is sick and Molly's dad wants to chop it down. Molly bonds to the tree and brings it back to life through her music. After an abrupt and unexplained fast-forward to Molly's adult life, the tree shows up at her posh New York office as a delivery for her boss. Molly immediately recognizes the tree as her long-lost friend and feels compelled to return it back to their home in Vermont so they can share Christmas together. What are the chances of this happening outside of a made-for-TV Christmas movie? Back in Vermont, Molly discovers the family farm is in foreclosure and Lucas now works for the developer trying to turn it into a "green" golf course. Horrified, Molly gets to work saving the family farm. While the Christmas tree watches all this happen from the homestead living room, Molly's deep-pocket,recently-widowed boss Walter shows up because his kids want to spend Christmas with Molly. A hint of a rivalry for Molly's love ensues between Logan and Walter. Who will win Molly's heart? Will the family keep the farm? Does the tree end up saving Christmas? You can probably guess where this tree's story is going from here. Un- or underdeveloped characters, mediocre acting and numerous loose ends in the story line turns this tree's saga into something that becomes easily forgettable. Every tree may have a story, but not all of them will be interesting or even well told.

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