Lindsay Lohan as Sierra in “Falling for Christmas.” Picture: Everett White/Netflix
I’m a sucker for an excellent vacation rom-com, and there are many great ones this season. Here are 5 motion pictures not to miss out on:
“Falling for Christmas” (Netflix)
Who would have believed Lindsay Lohan’s first major movie in a decade would be holiday film? The starlet stars in this new Netflix film about a young, recently engaged heiress who is detected with amnesia after a snowboarding accident. She ends up at a little mountain inn, where she’s nursed by to health, and reality, by the inn’s owner and his daughter. She falls in love, too. This vacation film has all the ideal things.
Sweet Navidad (Lifetime)
A pastry chef imagine opening her own Puerto-Rican-inspired pastry shop, when local hotel owner asks her to be the pastry chef at his hotel’s huge holiday celebration. The are completed opposites in method to the vacation menu, however, obviously, find love at the same time.
Christmas with You (Netflix)
Freddie Prinze Jr., a 90s teen heart throb, is likewise has a Christmas film out. It’s about a super-famous pop star who must produce a Christmas struck tune however has author’s block. She gets motivated by a teen whose Christmas desire is to meet her, so she goes to the small town where the girl lives. That’s where she fulfills Prinze, teenager’s widowed father. And love stimulates over tune writing.
Merry Liddle Christmas, Merry Liddle Christmas Wedding Event and Merry Liddle Christmas Infant(Life Time)
Houston native and former Destiny’s Child member Kelly Rowland stars in the three-movie series about an effective tech business owner who tries to host the image perfect Christmas with her chaotic family, while falling for a neighbor, marrying and having a child. Rowland is a holiday sweetheart who should keep the series opting for a couple of more films.
The Great Vacation Bake War (OWN)
Another Houston native LeToya Luckett, who was likewise an initial member of Fate’s Child, stars in this sweet holiday motion picture about a vegan dessert food-truck owner who completes on baking reality program against a previous flame. The film debuts 8 p.m. Saturday on OWN
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