Christmas Magic (film)

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Christmas Magic
Christmasmagic.jpg
Directed byJohn Bradshaw
Produced byMarek Posival
Written byJoany Kane
Rickie Castaneda
Kevin Commins
StarringLindy Booth
Paul McGillion
Derek McGrath
Music byStacey Hersh
Editing byMark Arcieri
Country

United States

Canada
LanguageEnglish
Original channelHallmark Channel
Release date
  • December 18, 2011 (2011-12-18)
Running time120 minutes
 
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Christmas Magic
Christmasmagic.jpg
Directed byJohn Bradshaw
Produced byMarek Posival
Written byJoany Kane
Rickie Castaneda
Kevin Commins
StarringLindy Booth
Paul McGillion
Derek McGrath
Music byStacey Hersh
Editing byMark Arcieri
Country

United States

Canada
LanguageEnglish
Original channelHallmark Channel
Release date
  • December 18, 2011 (2011-12-18)
Running time120 minutes

Christmas Magic is a Hallmark Channel Original Movie production starring Lindy Booth and Paul McGillion. Lindy Booth plays Carrie Bishop who falls for an earth-bound widower after becoming a brand new angel.[1] The film first aired on the Hallmark Channel on December 18, 2011.

Plot[edit]

Carrie Bishop (Lindy Booth) is a successful event planner living in New York City. Her life changes when she is involved in a car accident, who turns up in Central Park and is met by older man, Henry (Derek McGrath), a spirit guide who is there to instruct her how to get to Heaven. He explains to her that in order to move on, she must do one last task: to help a widowed restaurant owner, Scott Walker, (Paul McGillion), because his business is not doing well.

When Carrie is at the restaurant, she becomes friends with Scott's daughter, Abby (Kiara Glasco) and become an event planner for Scott's business in promoting the restaurant. There is a time-frame, though, as she must before midnight Christmas Eve turn a failure restaurant into a successful business. There are rules, one of which she cannot contact anybody from her life. This proves difficult, especially when she falls in love with Scott.

Carrie, who wants to pass on to Heaven, because of her heartbreak learns that Henry is actually Scott's father. In the meantime, Scott learns that Carrie has been in coma and realize that he must wake her up. He takes his piano to the hospital and plays his love song to her. Henry gives Carrie a choice, where she can go to Heaven for everlasting peace or be with the people she loves on Earth. She wakes up and tells Henry's message to his son that the "secret ingredient is love".[2]

Cast[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Website of Hallmark Channel". hallmarkchannel.com. Retrieved February 7, 2012. 
  2. ^ "IMDB summary". imdb.com. Retrieved June 6, 2012. 

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