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Mary Tobin loves three things---her grandfather, the outdoors, and restoring historic properties. When she rescues Charlene Rand while on a mountain hike, Mary learns that the girl and her father live at a ramshackle lodge that holds happy memories for her grampa. Resolving to repair his broken-down home, will Mary encounter reluctance---or romance---from Jack Rand? Dove family approved. Closed-captioned. Rated G. Approx. 89 minutes.
- Making of Christmas Lodge
- Thomas Kinkade Painting Gallery
Vendor: Vivendi Entertainment
TnSonShine5 Stars Out Of 5Christmas LodgeDecember 29, 2016TnSonShineQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5This is a good movie. The characters seem to blend together. It is not my favorite Christmas movie but it is one I could watch during the year.
Peggy4 Stars Out Of 5December 20, 2012PeggyQuality: 4Value: 4Meets Expectations: 4Touching and heart warming. A delightful movie to see.
Carolyn RungeAlabamaAge: Over 65Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5December 19, 2012Carolyn RungeAlabamaAge: Over 65Gender: femaleit was wonderful really touched my heart.
it reminds me of how God our old person and He enters and we become a new person
Karo3 Stars Out Of 5The movie is a good christmas movie but that's allNovember 10, 2012KaroQuality: 5Value: 1Meets Expectations: 1We bought this movie and watched it expecting a movie with better beliefs than what we got. we were disappointed with the constant reminder that grandma & God were giving advice and running the lives of the family members. While there was lots of reference to God, a born-again Christian would have trouble with this film. I would recommend this film with a warning-don't expect the scriptural base to be solid.
Artsey4 Stars Out Of 5Good, but not the bestOctober 8, 2012ArtseyQuality: 4Value: 4Meets Expectations: 4This was a sweet movie that I watched once, but probably won't watch again. It was nice to see good moral values and hear Jesus talked about in a positive way instead of movies that use His name as a swear word. As another reviewer commented, it wasn't 100% theologically sound (i.e. "the Lord and the dead grandmother "led" Mary to the lodge"), but the moral values, family's love for each other and desire to help someone in need were commendable. I liked Jack and Mary as individuals, but the chemistry was missing between the actors. I felt the movie didn't develop the relationship storyline enough and the ending seemed rushed and unnatural. All in all, it was a pleasant way to send an evening.