Mary Tobin has wonderful memories of family gatherings at the Christmas Lodge. When she arrives for a weekend vacation, she quickly realizes that the lodge that she loves has fallen into serious disrepair. With a lack of funds and a looming deadline, she not only restores the Christmas lodge's charm but finds love along the way.
- Category:Romance, Comedy, Drama
- Stars:Erin Karpluk, Michael Shanks, Rukiya Bernard, Rebecca Toolan, Michael Kopsa, Victoria Banks, John Innes, Michael Patric, Scott E. Miller, Peter Benson, Michelle Creber, Alvin Sanders, Keith Martin Gordey, Michelle Kim,
- Director:Terry Ingram,
- Writer:Lawrence S. Richardson Jr., Renee de Roche
Mary Tobin loves the Christmas Lodge where her family gather and enjoy happy moments. Unfortunately, one day she uncovers it falls into serious disrepair. Although she attempts to use all ways, she can not have enough ability to restores it, however, she finds suddenly a true love. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Christmas Lodge torrent reviews
(kr) wrote: I just happened to be browsing through what all could be streamed from Netflix on my PS3 & i ran across this movie. I thought the cover pic looked pretty cool, so i decided to check it out. OMG..i thought i was gonna kill myself before it was over! This movie is absolutely HORRIBLE! I mean, it's actually kinda funny how bad it is. I'm guessing from the HORRID special effects it might be 1 of those original Sci-fi channel movies. I really don't know. I've never seen any of the actors before (if you want to call them that). It was some of the worst "acting" I've ever seen! It is also 1 of the most BORING horror movies I've ever seen as well. Just..WOW. Plus, the ending made no sense at all. It was just plain stupid. Ugh. I highly advise to NEVER watch this film..it's literally pure torture!
(ru) wrote: Russi pour la reconstitution de l'poque... mais d'un tout autre genre que les anciens films de Trogi.Tout de mme sympatique.? recommander si vous tes un fan ou nostalgique des annes '80.
(kr) wrote: ABSOLUTELY TERRIBLE! There was only one Zombie in this disaster of a film and he happened to be a shadow!
(ru) wrote: C'est vrm triste :'( J'ai dtest le rle qu'Hlne Bourgeois-Leclerc avait a jouer
(gb) wrote: I own this on DVD and Blu-Ray.
(ag) wrote: CUTE! Josh Duhmel, no shirt! Woohoo!
(au) wrote: Harmless fun that's very silly but funny in places, A film for all the family.
(au) wrote: Seems to capture the bohemian livestyle of the notorious chelsea hotel. Other than that, it seems to be a bit chop and lost, both message and direction of the film.
(fr) wrote: aslong as you remember this is inspired by and not a story of, then its not that bad.
(mx) wrote: 110917: This film is much better than the first but just a little too long. It does contain some great action however. Obviously spent some big bucks on special effects.
(it) wrote: A must watch for every korean male.
(au) wrote: A hilarious and effective work of religious satire. Also a pleasure to look at, it's loaded with fabulous imagery. One wonders what Bunuel would have done with it if he'd had the money to film the whole thing, but it works perfectly well as a short.
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(it) wrote: Show me the money. You complete me. You had me at hello. Jerry Maguire is Cameron Crowe's bread and butter. Without it, there would be no "Almost Famous". It's one of the most quoted movies of an entire generation. Perhaps that's what lessens the experience in retrospect. Oh yes, I liked this movie. I liked it a whole lot in a few sections. The beginning monologue and montage is absolutely golden. An exuberant, excellent hook that highlights the best of Crowe's ability, and why I admire him so much as a director. On that alone, the movie rockets itself into watchability, and seizes our attention for the 2 hours and 10 minutes it lasts. Rene Zellweger is really good here, as well as the ever adorable, Jonathan Lipnicki. Can we get a child star Oscar going? As if it wasn't enough, is "Boyhood" a better incentive to start? Cuba Gooding Jr., who won the Oscar for his performance, nails it. He's the smartest and funniest person in the entire film. He had Jerry in the palm of his hand the whole time, and he picked his brain like no other. SHOW ME THE MONEY, JERRY! The performances rule. What's the biggest flaw? Well, the screenplay. I know, 20 years down the line, any movie is going to become cliche, but for some reason, this movie has spectacularly cliched moments. The closing speech that Jerry gives is one that really highlights it. So, freaking, corny. Cameron Crowe is a great writer (a genius actually), and this movie has many memorable scenes of dialog, but he's always had trouble with writing touching speeches.. something he's been struggling with pretty severely as of late... (cough) "Aloha" (cough). This is a fine piece of work, and worth seeing, but bring a toothbrush.. that's all I have to say.
(kr) wrote: absolutley HORRIBLE...pretty much something me and my friends could make...the only thing to get you through this movie is laughing at how ridiculous it is..
(it) wrote: A bit of an uneven sequel to the great original. LeBouf and Douglas are fine, and when the script talks about money and greed it gets interesting, but the movie itself is widely uneven, with some genuinely wtf moments.