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Christmas Inheritance (2017)

Christmas Inheritance (2017)

Eliza TaylorJake LacyAndie MacDowellNeil Crone
Ernie Barbarash


Christmas Inheritance (2017) is a English movie. Ernie Barbarash has directed this movie. Eliza Taylor,Jake Lacy,Andie MacDowell,Neil Crone are the starring of this movie. It was released in 2017. Christmas Inheritance (2017) is considered one of the best Comedy,Drama,Romance movie in India and around the world.

Before ambitious heiress Ellen Langford can inherit her father's gift business, she must deliver a special Christmas card to her dad's former partner in Snow Falls, the hometown she never knew. When a snowstorm strands her at the town inn, she's forced to work for her keep, and in the process, finds romance and discovers the true gift of Christmas.


Christmas Inheritance (2017) Reviews

  • Lot's of plotholes


    I don't understand who a town with one taxi and no cell service has a college? Also - a blizzard forces people to evacuate yet a short time later the roads are clear and the weather is calm as if nothing happened? I'm okay with some imagination but you can't expect me to suspend all of my belief.

  • This contains spoilers; I want your view


    Why did Ellie still like that small town boy after he was so hateful to her when he learned who she was? I otherwise sheepishly enjoyed this very bad Christmas movie.

  • Exactly what I expected


    This definately is what a christmas movie should be. The story is simple, a rich young engaged woman who has it all in her life and is about to inherrit her fathers company has to deliver christmas letters to her dad's old businesspartner in the small town she was born and her dad started his company. However, she can't say who whe really is and only gets 100 dollar to use. Soon she learns that richness isn't to take for granted and of course she meets a super nice guy and falls for him. The characters are easy to like and the story has a nice pace to it. The small town is very christmas-like and it just is the sort of film you can watch with the whole family. Ultimate family movie.

  • Good Start, Horrible Finish


    I love a good old movie full of cheesy moments, and that's exactly what I was looking for in this. But, in my opinion, this movie is what is wrong with our society. Let me explain... *Spoiler Alert* First off, this woman was willing to vault a toy train in a dress at a freaking gala in order for a guy to quadruple a man's donation. And she's scolded for it and her morals are questioned because of it??? Are you freaking kidding me??? Gtfo. If I vault anything in a dress to quadruple a freaking donation, someone better be THANKING me, if anything. But if that's all there was, there wouldn't have been much of a plot so.... Cue the trip to the small town. She's dating this a**hole of a guy. Extremely gorgeous, but a complete a**. He has to stay home because...reasons. She must go to this small town alone to learn a lesson about appreciating what truly matters in life. She meets an amazing guy who is tremendously sweet and kind-hearted. He shows her around town and treats her wonderfully. She begins to do nice things for him as well and starts to truly warm up to the town. You can tell she's starting to catch feelings, but wants to remain loyal to her fiancée. She's here under the guise of a different name, (Elle London, instead of Ellen Langford) so that she doesn't get special treatment for being an heiress. Makes sense. Her dad wants her to learn a lesson. But when this so-called knockoff 'prince charming' finds out that she has an extra letter at the end of her first name and is really the daughter of the owner of a huge toy business, he freaks out and throws a b*tch fit. Why?? WHYY???? TELL ME SOMEONE PLZ I DO NOT UNDERSTAND???? He looks her up on the internet and sees the media coverage of her VAULTING A TRAIN AT A FREAKING GALA TO RAISE MONEY FOR CHILDREN and decides she's a liar and not the same person she's been to him--which was, btw, a really nice human being. GTFO. Here's why this is a societal issue: Think of all of the movies, TV Shows, etc. where a well-to-do or famous guy pretends to be someone he's not and then the girl either finds out he's a superstar or millionaire or whatever else. She's thrilled. Ecstatic. Should consider herself lucky to be around him. But when the genders are reversed it's not the same??? Literally, gtfo. The writer of this garbage film has to have been a guy. Because no self-respecting woman would write this trash. So he throws his b*tch fit and continues to treat her like garbage, as if nothing had ever happened and she was now dirt beneath her feet for doing something to try to make her father happy. She apologizes a few times, still...nothing. He's mad. Why? I still don't f**king know. And then, after she has her happy moment with her uncle and dad and is elected the new CEO of the company, he comes around wanting to dance. Never even an apology. All is forgiven. And she's expected to be so grateful for him forgiving her (for what, exactly???). Just like that. She moved from one a**hole to the next. How wonderful. What a wonderful little Christmas movie.

  • Pain


    I went into this hoping for some cotton-candy brain cleanser after a long day at work. Which means my expectations were already nearing rock bottom. And yet still, somehow, I'm disappointed. First off, actors Eliza Taylor, Neil Crone, and Michael Xavier all did a good job. And that's the only positive thing I can say here. Because the plot is that a rich girl cheats on her loving fiance with a grown-up toddler in overalls, whose deeply unimpressive hobbies involve drawing 3rd grade level pictures of Santa Claus and punching jukeboxes. Her fiance, meanwhile, takes this all with a surprisingly level head, even when she unceremoniously dumps him on Christmas eve. The take-away is that baking cookies is better for the soul than having wealth and being an adult, which is sufficiently Christmas-y, but still a complete dumpster fire of a movie. Enjoy it after a few too many eggnogs, or better yet, don't.


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