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CATERING CHRISTMAS

"Hopeful Christmas Story Comes Alive"

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What You Need To Know:

Airing on the Great American Family Channel, CATERING CHRISTMAS tells a story about how family is what matters most. Carson, a traveling event photographer, is visiting his Aunt Jean for their family foundation’s annual Christmas gala. Molly is a new caterer trying to get her new catering business off the ground. When Molly comes to Aunt Jean’s home to audition, Carson unexpectedly becomes her unofficial sous chef when Molly enlists his assistance. Aunt Jean wants them to work together on the Gala’s menu. Love blossoms, but Carson is reluctant to become more involved with his family’s foundation. Molly helps Carson see, however, what the family foundation means to the town.

CATERING CHRISTMAS tells a heartwarming, enjoyable story from beginning to end. The two romantic leads have good chemistry together, and the production is well done and thoughtful. CATERING CHRISTMAS stresses family. Also, the whole small town featured in the story celebrates Christmas together. Another important message in the movie is learning to find a higher purpose in your life. CATERING CHRISTMAS is a great family movie that can be enjoyed by everyone.

Content:

(BBB, CC, A):

Dominant Worldview and Other Worldview Content/Elements:
Very strong moral worldview, with some references to Christmas where a small town celebrates Christmas together, puts family at the center of the story and promotes celebrating other people and finding a higher purpose no matter what we do

Foul Language:
No foul language

Violence:
No violence

Sex:
No sex

Nudity:
None

Alcohol Use:
One reference to having wine chilled, but no wine is poured or drunk

Smoking and/or Drug Use and Abuse:
No smoking or drugs;

Miscellaneous Immorality:
Nothing objectionable.

More Detail:

CATERING CHRISTMAS is about a female caterer and a traveling photographer who plan the annual Christmas gala dinner for the photographer’s family foundation and find love along the way. Airing on the Great American Family Channel, CATERING CHRISTMAS stresses family and celebrating Christmas together and is a great family film that can be enjoyed by everyone.

The movie tells a story about how family is what matters most. Carson, a traveling event photographer, is visiting his Aunt Jean for their family foundation’s annual Christmas gala. Molly is a new caterer trying to get her new catering business off the ground, no thanks to her successful business rivals, the Benson Brothers. Aunt Jean has an unexpected cancellation with her previous catering company, she must find a new catering company to cater the Harrison Foundation’s annual Christmas Gala. She picks Molly and the Benson Brothers to compete for the event.

When Molly comes to Aunt Jean’s home to audition, Carson unexpectedly becomes her unofficial sous chef when Molly enlists his help. After their interaction in the kitchen, Molly finds out Carson is Aunt Jean’s nephew. When Aunt Jean asks Carson to help Molly plan the food for the Gala, their connection is immediate.

However, Carson is unsure about getting more involved with the foundation, on a more permanent basis, since his aunt eventually would like to take a step back from everyday operations. Molly helps Carson find perspective on what the Harrison Foundation has done for the town with a community center.

CATERING CHRISTMAS tells a heartwarming, enjoyable story from beginning to end. The production is very well done and thoughtful. Daniel Lissing and Merritt Patterson as the two romantic leads work well together. CATERING CHRISTMAS puts family first. Also, the whole small town featured in the story celebrates Christmas together. In addition, the movie shows that finding your way can ultimately give you purpose that will last a lifetime. It also gives viewers hope that the old saying, “You can’t go home again,” is false. CATERING CHRISTMAS is a great family movie that can be enjoyed by everyone.

Now more than ever we’re bombarded by darkness in media, movies, and TV. Movieguide® has fought back for almost 40 years, working within Hollywood to propel uplifting and positive content. We’re proud to say we’ve collaborated with some of the top industry players to influence and redeem entertainment for Jesus. Still, the most influential person in Hollywood is you. The viewer.

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