Marry Me For Christmas

DVD Release: October 8, 2015
Marry Me For Christmas
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Synopsis

Marci Jewel is the owner of an up-and-coming ad agency and thrilled with her single life in New York. While all of her cousins are married and having children, Marci remains the lone single in the large Chandler family. As the family’s Christmas celebration approaches, Marci promises to come home for the holidays for the first time in years. With a deadline looming for a new client, she drags her employee Adam to Atlanta and does the only thing she can in the face of unbearable pressure from her family: fakes a fiancé. While caught up in the family’s holiday drama, Marci learns some unexpected lessons about love, trust, and family. Things get sticky when real feelings—from acquaintances past and present—get in the way.

Dove Review

Marci has not been home for Christmas in 4 years. When Marci’s favorite cousin announces she will be out of the country for 5 years after the holiday, Marci decides to go home. Marci takes an employee with her to help with an important work deadline. When the pushy family takes over the homecoming, it brings about surprises that even Marci is unsure about.

Marci, like most people, wants to be successful. The success, happiness and love they are looking for may be right in front of them. Marci realizes that her family will be proud of her no matter what she does, as long as she is happy.

We award this entertaining film the Dove “Family-Approved” Seal for ages 12+.

Content Description

Sex: Couples kiss.
Language: OMG/OG/G-7; D/D it-2; greeting "hey dog."
Violence: Man pushes another in the shoulder.
Drugs: None
Nudity: Mild cleavage.
Other: People sometimes rude to others; pretending to be engaged.

Info

Company: Alchemy
Director: Roger Melvin
Genre: Comedy
Runtime: 90 min.
Industry Rating: Not Rated
Reviewer: Donna Rolfe