Christmas with a Capital C
Christmas will never be Christmas again if Lawyer Mitch Bright (Daniel Baldwin) has his way.
Mayor Dan Reed (Ted McGinley) and the townsfolk of Trapper Falls face their toughest challenge in a legal battle with one of their former native sons as they struggle to keep fifty years of tradition and the spiritual fabric of this joyous season alive. In the heat of this legal battle the town discovers the secret behind Mitch's return.
Dan's wife Kristen (Nancy Stafford) and their daughter Makayla (Francesca Derosa) show the true meaning of Christmas by launching an inspired CHRISTMAS WITH A CAPITAL C campaign to keep the town together and remind them all that "with the arrival of God's Son, peace on earth and good will was given to all. Even to those whose heart seemed closed to Him."
Based on the hit song "Christmas with a Capital C" by Go Fish
Also stars Brad Stine
13 members reviewed: Christmas with a Capital C
- Cary S
I love Christmas movies and I enjoyed this one. Having said that I think the movie could have given us more. I think the premise/story could have been stronger and gone deeper. However I still recommend this movie and I think most everyone will enjoy it.
- John-clay B
This is a great Christmas movie! One the whole family enjoyed!
- Richard and Linda D
Christmas with a Capital C, starring Daniel Baldwin (who professes to be a Christian (Born Again, like Stephen)), will irritate you to the core, as he spews anti-Christian venom to the always popular, and gentlemanly, Ted McGinley. If you can contain your disgust at Daniel’s rant – we almost turned the DVD player off – you’ll find the real reason behind the actions of this antagonist. Enjoy!
- Ana I V
AWESOME AWESOME MUST SEE
- Donna S
Great scenery of Alaska. Brad Stein's acting was surprising good and he brought some humor and lightness to the movie. Overall, it is a good holiday movie with a positive message.