11/22/13

Coming Home for Christmas - Movie Review and Giveaway

Disclosure: I received this movie at no charge in exchange for my honest review.
The Christmas spirit always hits me when I give in and dig out my favorite classic Christmas movies every year. I received Coming Home for Christmas for review, so this year Christmas has begun a bit early for me. It's the story of a happy family that falls apart because of a fight between two sisters, Melanie and Kate. As the years pass, their parents' relationship begins to crumble as the sisters continue to shut each other out. When Christmas draws near, Kate decides a family Christmas is the perfect way to draw everyone together and save her family. The only problem is, someone else is already living in the old family home. It is a beautiful story, filled with the reality of complicated relationships, both old and new. It features love, a bit of romance, laughter, family arguments, beautiful singing, embarrassing moments, and wonderful memories. Coming Home for Christmas is destined to be a classic. I've already watched this beautiful story three times this week and it makes me cry every time. I highly recommend you add it to your stash of movies to get you in the mood for the holidays! It's a Norman Rockwell film and the DVD even includes a limited edition Norman Rockwell print. It would be the perfect Christmas gift for a movie buff!

Here's the movie trailer:


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26 comments:

  1. When I was driving a truck over the road and I'd been gone for almost 3 month; I was able to make it home on Christmas Eve. All of my children visited that day and made it really special.

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  2. I recall receiving a bike for Christmas. I was so excited and couldn't wait to show all my cousins and family members.

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  3. I always remember Christmas at my nano's with all the cousind and family, we slept everywhere we could find a spot and the gifts under the tree were monstrous!!

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  4. the first year i got a real tree ..it was huge

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  5. I remember the fun of having all the family together!

    Nancy
    allibrary (at) aol (dot) com

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  6. Christmas is a time for families to reunite and let by-gones be by-gones. Sounds like it is great!

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  7. Every year we make waffles with fresh fruit piled on top! A family tradition we carried on to our children.

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  8. I remember one year we didn't have any money for gifts or decorations (we had lost everything so we didn't have any) so we made a Christmas tree in a strand of lights we found and made pictures for presents. :D

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  9. Our first Christmas in our new home was very special and memorable.
    Thank you!

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  10. Our first Christmas with our granddaughter was very special.

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  11. First Christmas after starting a family.

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  12. Breakfast with Santa as a tradition!!

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  13. baking christmas cookies

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  14. Taking my kids to see santa come to the mall on the firetruck.

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  15. I would have too say the Christmas after my 16th birthday which is Dec 24 when all the family was together aunt cousins so on best one ever

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  16. the big christmas spreads my grandmother would put out for all of us it was amazing. thankyou, ken pohl19@comcast.net

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  17. We love baking Christmas cookies together

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  18. I like going to candle light service with my children.

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  19. A special moment would be when I had my husband dress as Santa and knock on our front door to deliver a special gift for our granddaughter. If you could have seen her face as she was sitting on Santa's lap and talking to him. It was priceless.

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  20. The last Christmas with my mom.

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  21. I remember when I was a kid driving with my parents from Chicago to Baltimore and surprising both sets of grandparents who lived 3 doors down from each other on Christmas eve. We rang the doorbell and both sets screamed and were so excited.

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  22. My aunts and uncles always made sure we had a wonderful Christmas even though my parents really struggled financially!

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  23. The first christmas I had kids

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  24. I remember when I went to movies when I was younger with my mom and watched the holiday movie Prancer in the theaters.

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  25. Just being with my family for Christmas.

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