"Love Always Finds a Way"


What You Need To Know:

DESTINED AT CHRISTMAS is a Christmas romance movie about two people who collide in the chaos of the Christmas shopping season and find they have an undeniable spark. However, Kim and Theo must suddenly part ways before exchanging phone numbers or last names. Both hold out hope of finding each other through the stories they shared on the night they met. Meanwhile, Kim’s ex-boyfriend has re-entered her life, and Theo’s family is trying to set him up with someone. Will Kim and Theo keep fighting to find each other amidst the busy season? Or, will they give up hope and settle for what’s in front of them?

Despite some corny moments, DESTINED AT CHRISTMAS has a rather cute twist. The movie is entirely wholesome, puts smiles on the faces of viewers, and leaves them with positive, uplifting messages. Overall, the scenery is beautiful with all the Christmas time settings, and the acting is delightful. The movie has a strong moral, redemptive worldview in a Christmas setting. It stresses family, love, generosity, and more. DESTINED AT CHRISTMAS is an uplifting movie for all ages.


(BB, CC):

Dominant Worldview and Other Worldview Content/Elements:
Strong moral worldview with redemptive content in a Christmas setting portrays biblical virtues and behaviors such as family is held in utmost importance, characters are loving and generous, people show God’s love to those around them. All content is entirely wholesome and uplifting.

Foul Language:
No foul language

No violence

No sexual content, just romance

No nudity

Alcohol Use:
No alcohol use

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

Miscellaneous Immorality:
Nothing objectionable.

More Detail:

DESTINED AT CHRISTMAS is a heartfelt Christmas movie on the Great American Family Channel about a couple who ignite a spark with one another in the middle of a Black Friday shopping frenzy but forget to exchange numbers or addresses when chaos strikes, and they get separated. Despite some corny moments, DESTINED AT CHRISTMAS is entertaining, wholesome and well-produced, with strong moral, redemptive elements that will appear to media-wise viewers of all ages.

As December begins, each of the families continue to prepare for the holiday season. There are more presents to be bought, decorations to be set up, time to be spent with loved ones. Yet, in all the busyness of the season, neither Kim nor Theo can stop thinking about the other. They try showing up at all the Christmas tradition spots they told each other about in order to possibly find each other, without even knowing their last names.

Kim tries the place where Theo volunteers, the gingerbread house competition, and even the restaurant where they ate together the night they met. Theo brings his daughter to the theater show Kim watches every year, the stand where they bought ornaments on Black Friday, and the Santa send-off in the village. As both families spend quality time together, making new holiday traditions and keeping old ones, Kim and Theo continue to miss each other by the slightest circumstance.

Relationship drama is added to the holiday chaos when Kim’s ex-boyfriend decides to show up, wanting to get back together. At the same exact time, Theo’s brother is trying to set him up with his wife’s sister. Everyone in their lives is pushing hard for Kim and Theo to be with the individuals pursuing them, but Kim and Theo can’t stop thinking about each other and holding out hope to meet again.

As December flies by, the chances of Kim and Theo finding each other continually diminish. Kim’s ex and Theo’s lady are pursuing them with all they’ve got.

Will the two ever find each other without even knowing last names? Or, will they give up hope and settle for what’s in front of them?

The production quality of DESTINED AT CHRISTMAS is a beautiful success. The holiday decorations and settings are gorgeous with vibrant colors everywhere. Despite some corny moments, the acting was still delightful. In fact, the only real hiccup was that some transitions were rather slow. With its heartwarming story, comical additions and personal drama, most viewers should stay entertained throughout the story.

DESTINED AT CHRISTMAS has a strong moral, redemptive worldview, with biblical values in a Christmas setting. Family is held in highest esteem, with loving individuals who make quality time a priority. Although the characters are looking for love, they never waver from their moral beliefs, staying true to who they are. Characters show strong love, generosity, helping those in need, and more. DESTINED AT CHRISTMAS is very wholesome in its entirety, making it suitable for all ages.

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