Photographer Holly Logan returns to her hometown of Gulfport, Mississippi for Christmas. The town is resurrecting their traditional holiday light show for the first time since a terrible hurricane struck five years earlier. Holly volunteers to pitch in, but soon has second thoughts when she discovers the festival is run by her high school sweetheart, Mike.
|Release Date||:||December 9, 2017|
|Genres||:||Romance, TV Movie|
|Production Company||:||Active Entertainment|
|Production Countries||:||United States of America|
|Director||:||Emily Moss Wilson|
|Casts||:||Jana Kramer, Wes Brown, Faith Ford, Trace Masters, Charles Adams, Barry Bostwick, Gary Grubbs, Victoria Hardway, Richard Karn, Avery Lynn Lewis, Lamar Lott, Davina Reid, Angelo Salvatore Restaino, Jordan Salloum, Roger J. Timber, Alfonzo Walker, Karina Willis|
I can see why the person that "Lived Near The Area" where they filmed this would like this film. If a "Christmas Films" had a check list then this film would certainly check all the boxes.
This has everything (except snow) that you would expect in a "Christmas Movie". This film a girl returns home for the holidays. She then volunteers to help get the town "Christmas Light Show" up and running. This is the 1st time in y ears that the town has done this. It had a hurricane and the town is now back on its feet.
This film is not great but it is one of those films you can't help but to like. I do also like the fact it does show the "True Spirit" of citizens of Gulfport. I did help out after Katrina and this film does show the goodness that is in all of them.