All She Wants for Christmas
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Product Description Monica Keena of Dawson s Creek and Entourage stars as Noelle Dunn, a small town woman with big business dreams working as an efficiency expert at the local Christmas ornament company. But there s trouble in store for her once-merry city, including financial struggles for the factory, an incoming MegaMart, and charming stranger (Tobias Mehler of Young Blades and Stargate SG-1) who may not be what he seems. Now all Noelle has to do is save the company, unite the town, survive a broken romance and get back on her corporate career path, all before December 25th. Steven Bacic (Andromeda) co-stars in this top-rated Lifetime holiday hit where people are more important than money, compromise is a grow industry, and love can be the most unexpected gift of all. Amazon.com Talk about meeting cute: the perky star of All She Wants for Christmas, Noelle, meets hunky stranger Justin because the gigantic blow-up snowman balloon she accidentally loosened in the town square comes crashing down on Justin's SUV. But no harm done, as this gently comic romance cues the viewer early on that there will be no heavy mental lifting in the film, which is a sweet valentine to the holidays, for the whole family. Noelle (played by Monica Keena, channeling a Dallas-era Charlene Tilton) is really named Judith, but her birthday's in December, ergo the nickname. And her teeny home town, Forest City, is sort of like Santa's workshop south of the North Pole--the biggest employer in the town is the local Christmas decoration company. So Christmas is never far from the minds of the locals. Noelle is trying to save the company, while making big plans to take her newly minted MBA to Wall Street. "While other girls were playing with dolls," she winsomely tells Justin, "I played with the stock market." As for Justin, he's something of an international man of mystery, regaling Noelle with yarns of Greek isles and shark diving off South Africa. But no Pamplona: "Running with the bulls is so five minutes ago--too many weekend warriors." If there's not much real mystery in what will happen to Forest City, the ornament company, and Noelle and Justin, it's completely OK, as the cheer of the cast--and the season--will surely lift the Scroogiest spirits. -- A.T. Hurley