Well Suited for Christmas


Comedy / Drama / Romance

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Franco Lo Presti as Brett Stone
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Mercedes de la Zerda as Rachel Rocca
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English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 27 min
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23.976 fps
1 hr 27 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by MIssM196 / 10

Follows the formula.

Rachel is a designer and she gets invited to a Christmas gala in which she has to design a tuxedo for a bachelor. The winner will get front cover in a magazine. Of course, she gets paired with the grumpiest person alive: Brett Stone.

This story follows the formula. They meet and do not have a good start only to find out they will be working together. They slowly start getting along after opening each other about their past. The stories also features Rachel's meddling but loving parents the whole story. We see them bonding with Brett, uncovering his soft side. Very Latin American of them.

The leads have good chemistry. She does a good job at being an energetic and ambitious designer and so does he at being the not so grumpy and a very caring person.

Nothing special to see. Ordinary supporting cast. We have the problem at the end as well, which honestly not a fan because it was serious and it may bring up trust problems on the future of the couple. Of course, they did have their happily ever after, for now...

I did enjoy the movie.

Reviewed by Jackbv1238 / 10

Tense start, good finish

This movie has lots of the usual formulas. A Christmas contest at a charity gala. Designer Rachel really needs to win for her business. Decorating party. Protective mom and dad. Foster kids. And the one that is as pervasive as any but always irritates me relative to how strongly played - the leads' first meeting is antagonistic. In this case it was pretty strong and the unjolly tension remained a bit long. Then it instantly disappeared.

But stick with this despite the early lack of merry measure. There are some twists, small and one large in the second half. At one point I wondered if there would be any conflict between Rachel and Brett because it seemed like everyone's HEA was shaping up early, but it came with a little foreshadowing at the last minute.

After Rachel got over her preconceptions about Brett, I liked Mercedes de la Zerda in this role. She and Franco Lo Presti have chemistry despite Brett's intentional reserved demeanor.

As much as the first half made me feel like a grinch, the second half was very well done not just with little surprises, but some deeper handling of issues like trust, at least one piece of symbolism, and some sentimental moments too. By the climax I was starting to feel my Ho, Ho, Ho.

Reviewed by jensenholmesPA8 / 10

Wonderful enemies-to-lovers romance with family feels

This is my first Lifetime Christmas movie of 2022, and it's a winner. The focus is on the enemies-to-lovers romance of a hot entrepreneur bachelor who only wears black and an up-and-coming men's fashionwear designer whose signature is bold color.

This is a smart script. The conflict is immediate and seemingly insurmountable when Ms Color is assigned to dress Mr Black for a charity runway show. Both of them have a lot riding on it. Along the way, these two people at loggerheads learn more about each other and start to fall in love.

The foster kid angle was wonderful and her parents were delightful. There's something about a character who grew up without a family finally finding a family to belong to that adds an unmatched level of feels. This is a trope not uncommon in romance novels but I haven't seen it in a movie before.

Add on some lovely exterior scenes of NYC at Christmas, and gorgeous clothes, and you have a keeper.

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