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MISTLETOE & MOLLY

What You Need To Know:

MISTLETOE & MOLLY is an UPtv holiday romance. It follows a barista named Molly as she tries to get a job with a marketing firm that’s a rival to her father’s dying company. She runs into a consultant named Aiden Ford. Aiden helps Molly get in the holiday spirit. Aiden knows he’s in love, but Molly wants to put her career ahead of anything and anyone. After several dates, though, she can’t help but warm up to the idea of diving into a relationship with Aiden. However, after a miscommunication, Aiden breaks Molly’s trust. Will Molly and Aiden mend their mistakes or will their Christmas romance come to an end?

MISTLETOE & MOLLY is lighthearted and stresses the importance of trust in any relationship. It also shows the importance of faithful friends and the dangers of pride. Although the movie struggles with pacing and drags slightly in the middle, it does end on a positive note. However, MISTLETOE & MOLLY contains some alcohol consumption and includes a scene where two unmarried people sleep together, but it’s non-sexual. So, MOVIEGUIDE® advises caution for children.

Content:

(B, C, A)

Dominant Worldview and Other Worldview Content/Elements:
Light moral worldview where people learn the importance of trust, there’s an emphasis on loyalty, there are also consequences to pride, plus a redemptive element of forgiveness

Foul Language:
No foul language

Violence:
No violence

Sex:
No sex, an unmarried couple sleeps together, but it’s not sexual, and an unmarried couple kiss

Nudity:
No nudity

Alcohol Use:
Characters drink alcohol throughout at bars

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

Miscellaneous Immorality:
Nothing else objectionable.

More Detail:

MISTLETOE & MOLLY is a holiday romance on UPtv about a female barista looking to join the rival company to her father’s marketing firm. MISTLETOE & MOLLY is lighthearted, but contains some alcohol use at bars, so caution is advised for younger children.

Molly and her best friend and co-worker at the restaurant, Cameron, recognize that the store only has a few more months before it goes under. The two of them are the last two faithful employees, but both are looking to start their careers elsewhere.

Molly, who has a difficult relationship with her father, decides to apply to a rival company. She’s ecstatic when she’s called in for another interview. While working another shift at the restaurant, Molly finally has a conversation with a regular named Aiden Ford.

Molly, who has car troubles, is shocked when Aiden leaves a massive tip. She sneaks the money back to him, but he takes matters into his own hands and fixes her car. Later that week, Molly attends a concert to support Cameron. Not only does she meet Aiden at the concert, but her possible future employer too. Earlier that day, she had an interview that she believes could land her the job.

Molly and Aiden leave the concert together and agree to go on a date. While Aiden knows he loves Molly, she’s hesitant to jump into a relationship. She helps Aiden and his sister at holiday charity event and gets to know more about Aiden. Molly starts to warm up to Aiden until he makes several big mistakes.

Will Molly learn to forgive Aiden? Or, could this be the end to their Christmas romance?

MISTLETOE & MOLLY is lighthearted and stresses the importance of trust in any relationship. It also shows the importance of faithful friends who support those whom they love and the dangers of pride. Although the movie struggles with pacing and drags slightly in the middle, it does end on a positive note. However, MISTLETOE & MOLLY contains some alcohol consumption and includes a scene where two unmarried people sleep together, but it’s non-sexual. So, MOVIEGUIDE® advises caution for children.