Ashley's always been on her own, but this Christmas she feels more alone than ever as she searches fruitlessly for a job. Her neighbor Nick offers work as his assistant, but there's a catch: she can't tell anybody that her boss helps others---anonymously. When a reporter becomes suspicious, can Ashley protect Nick's secret and her heart? Starring Bruce Davison, Kari Hawker, and KC Clyde. Rated PG. Approx. 90 minutes. DVD Features:
The characters seems so real. They chose the right actors for the roles. Very enjoyable story line. We need more people like this in the world today, who are not so self absorbed. Wish they would make a sequel I'd buy it.
Wonderful movie and very enjoyable especially during Christmas.
While the theme is very nice and the movie itself is very clean (no language, nothing sexual), it is one of the many movies out there that get tossed into the Christian category and believers jump for it.
Despite it's message about giving, caring, forgiveness, etc, I don't even recall if GOD was mentioned even once. Definitely no portrayal of the Gospel message at all.
Nice and even encouraging but expected something more faith building.
I liked the premise of the story a great deal. I thought the characters of Nick and the reporter were believable enough, but I was disappointed with the portrayal of Ashley. The role came across as that of a person with weak character, which I am not sure the director intended. Otherwise, I thought the movie was thought-provoking and a good family film.