Christmas Encore (2017)

  • Year: 2017
  • Released: 09 Dec 2017
  • Country: United States
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  • Available in: 720p, 1080p,
  • Language: English
  • MPA Rating: TV-G
  • Genre: Drama, Romance
  • Runtime: 83 min
  • Writer: Mark Amato, Jennifer Notas Shapiro
  • Director: Bradley Walsh
  • Cast: Maggie Lawson, Brennan Elliott, Art Hindle
  • Keywords: theater play, struggling actor, christmas,
25% – Critics
25% – Audience

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Christmas Encore Movie Reviews

Just OK

There’s nothing wrong with this movie, but there is also nothing really great about it. The story revolves around putting on a production of A Christmas Carol, which is pretty well used. (But the story itself is not patterned after Christmas Carol.) There is the additional plot device of they’re-going-to-close-our-theater-we-have-to-save-it. That’s also well used. It picks up some sentimental points with an underdog-makes-it-big story. And of course the romance. There aren’t any really exciting plot twists.

The acting was good. Maggie Lawson is charming and optimistic and energetic. Brennan Elliott is his usual being a regular in the Hallmark romance stable. He’s maybe a tad old for Agostino. The rest of the cast was also decent.

It’s pretty typical Hallmark, so if that’s what you like, you should like it well enough. If that’s not your cup of tea, this one is probably not for you.

Standard Hallmark Christmas fare, love Maggie Lawson, but weak overall.

(Minor spoiler only, below.) This movie is a pretty typical Hallmark Christmas romance, but particularly light on Christmas themes. Christmas really is just when it happens to take place, Christmas is set dressing. But given what we do find out about the theater production, I guess that’s a good thing. The movie centers around an actress and an off-Broadway NY theater production of A Christmas Carol. The movie is NOT a retelling of the Dickens classic, though, and thank goodness. The minute or so they spend on an audition scene reveals that Scrooge laments the time she spent in the office, now alone with her laptop on Christmas eve, with her name merely on a cubicle where no one will see it. She concludes that she will remember the lessons of the spirits and work to achieve her goal of having her name in lights! Yes, really. Scrooge actually learned to focus her narcissistic selfishness. So it’s a great thing that we only see one more brief scene from their “modern take” on the Dickens classic. Now, “work to achieve your dreams” is an OK message, and it mirrors the main message of this movie well enough, but Peace on Earth, Goodwill to Men, it ain’t. Since they picked A Christmas Carol as their production, it would have been nice to have a message concerning Christmas. Christmas movies often miss the true message of Christmas, but this one doesn’t even find the generic non-spiritual ones, like the joy of giving or getting cool presents. But nonetheless, there are reasons to watch. Maggie Lawson was great. She’s always enjoyable to watch, and did the best job here of anyone, although all of the performances were very solid. I did feel like they could have focused more on relationships with her character’s mother or friends, though. Or maybe the theater folks, who were under-utilized and seemed interesting.

Thin on The Good Stuff

I’ll start with the pluses: lead Maggie Lawson, anywhere. She’s charming, energetic-even a bit inspiring-here. All around, the acting is a high point and a cut above for this genre.

Unfortunately, that’s about where the positive runs out.

Male lead Brennan Elliot is also good, but he comes off as old for Lawson’s perky Charlotte, which is emphasized by their more-work-than-spark vibe through most of the movie.

So, it’s thin on the vital romance angle.

The worse sin, maybe, for the holiday romance crowd: there’s very little hint of Christmas except as a calendar date.

The movie was shot almost entirely in dark interiors, so for all of Charlotte’s infectious optimism, there’s also a visual heaviness that, combined with the lack of Christmas zing and tepid romance, kind of sank the whole enterprise.