10 Movie Family & Romance Holiday Collection [3 Discs] [DVD]

This extensive release for fans of holiday films includes 10 movies such as Holiday Baggage, Holiday Engagement, Christmas in Canaan, and more.
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The 12 Days of Christmas Eve
A money-minded modern day Scrooge with no time for family is given twelve days to discover the true meaning of Christmas in this holiday comedy from director Martha Coolidge. Calvin Carter (Steven Weber) is strictly business. The owner of a popular discount store chain whose lowbrow business ethics has earned him the fear of his employees and isolated his family, Calvin spend Christmas Eve tending to business instead of celebrating the holiday with his wife and children. When Calvin's car is hit by a falling sign on his way home from work and he awakens in a hospital, the no-nonsense nurse on duty gives him twelve days to discover the true meaning of Christmas, or risk dire consequences by continuing to place the value of a dollar over the value of his family. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi

Annie Claus is Coming to Town
Santa's daughter Annie (Maria Thayer) leaves the North Pole to spend time in Los Angeles. While there, she falls for a duplicitous actor (Ryan Bittle), who was hired by a scheming elf to persuade Annie to stay in Los Angeles for good. ~ Brie Hearn, Rovi

Moonlight & Mistletoe
Candace Cameron Bure and Tom Arnold star in this warm holiday comedy about the spirit of Christmas. A prodigal daughter returns to her father's business -- a Christmas village -- to discover that grinches are set to take the town away from him. However, they weren't counting on her business savvy or people's love for the holiday, and Santaville may just be saved from greedy hands. ~ Kimber Myers, Rovi

A Christmas Proposal
Nicole Eggert, David O'Donnell, and Tom Arnold star in this film about a legal dispute that can only be resolved by one thing -- romance. When two lawyers on different sides of a battle over land rights discover that they were once childhood sweethearts, the case that was supposed to be a dogfight becomes an opportunity to revisit the past. ~ Adam Eisenberg, Rovi

The Christmas Pageant
A hot-tempered theater director (Melissa Gilbert) from New York City reluctantly takes a job directing a small-town Christmas pageant. During her stay, she runs into an old flame (Robert Mailhouse) and begins to warm up to the townspeople and their traditions. ~ Brie Hearn, Rovi

The Most Wonderful Time of the Year
A modern-day female Scrooge gets a taste of Christmas romance in this family film from the Hallmark Channel. Jennifer (Brooke Burns) is a stressed-out single mom whose holiday spirit is awakened when her eccentric uncle Ralph (Henry Winkler) comes for a visit and brings along a handsome stranger, Morgan (Warren Christie), who was stranded at the airport. ~ Sandra Bencic, Rovi

Christmas in Canaan
A widower (Billy Ray Cyrus) tries to ease the racial tension between his young son and a classmate by forcing the two to spend time together. The boys quickly forge a bond while caring for a wounded puppy\, but the tensions in their town aren't so easily resolved. Based on the novel by Kenny Rogers and Donald Davenport. ~ Brie Hearn, Rovi

A Holiday Engagement
A reporter (Bonnie Somerville) hires an actor (Jordan Bridges) to pose as her fiancé during a Thanksgiving trip to visit her family because she's worried about disappointing her demanding mother (Shelley Long). Though the arrangement starts out as a ruse, the pair begin to develop real feelings for each other. ~ Brie Hearn, Rovi

Baggage
A pediatrician (Cheryl Ladd) invites her estranged husband (Barry Bostwick) home for the holidays on the condition that he reconciles with their grown children. ~ Michael Scheinfeld, Rovi

Merry In-Laws
A man with a magical secret finds his engagement to his beautiful fiancée threatened by her cynical parents during the most wonderful time of the year. When Peter tells his parents that he has popped the question to Alex, the eccentric couple can't wait to meet their future daughter-in-law. As the snow begins to fall and the two families gather to celebrate, Alex experiences a sense of joy she hasn't felt since childhood. And for good reason, too - her new in-laws are none other than Santa and Mrs. Claus! Meanwhile Alex's skeptical father and his scheming colleague plot to snuff all sense of wonder out of the holiday season. But there's much more at stake here than just a young couple's happiness, and as Alex's young son Max begins to learn the truth about Peter's jovial parents, the very future of Christmas rests in one family's ability to believe in the legend that inspires wonder in children around the world. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi

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