Thanks to my relationship with Great American Pure Flix, we had the opportunity to watch A Christmas for the Ages last night. You know I always give you my honest opinion so I’ll start out by telling you to mark your calendar or set your DVR to record the movie starting this Sunday at 8pm ET on Great American Family.
I am a HUGE Christmas movie fan. There are always 10-15 of my favorites on my DVR year round. Since this year’s new Christmas movies started airing in October, I have fallen behind as usual and there are currently 24 brand new, not yet watched, Christmas movies on my DVR. One of the reasons this number is so large, other than my very busy October, is for the last 3 years, we have added the Christmas movies from Great American Family to our must-watch list.
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About A Christmas for the Ages
Prompted by their youngest granddaughter, four generations celebrate family and what Christmas was like in the 40s, 60s, 90s, and present day.
The movie stars Natasha Bure, Anna Ferguson, Kate Craven, and Cheryl Ladd.
Mom Maven’s Thoughts
I already had this movie scheduled to record this Sunday night and even though we’ve seen it, I’m still going to record it so I can watch it again and again. A Christmas for the Ages isn’t your typical Christmas Rom-Com, it’s a movie about family, traditions, and love.
In all honesty, watching the opening scene I was nervous. The acting seemed stilted and the dialog seemed odd. Thankfully all that improved greatly as the movie went on. I really wish they had gone back and re-shot the opening scene because I feel some people might stop watching in the first few awkward minutes and miss a great story.
This movie centers around 4 generations of one family and how time changes who they are and what roles they play in the family. This is something we can all relate to, change is inevitable and we want to transition from one season to the next with grace, but that isn’t always easy.
If you love a heartfelt Christmas movie, watch A Christmas for the Ages on Great American Family.
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