A SHOE ADDICT’S CHRISTMAS

"Faith, Love and Fun "

Quality:
Content: +4 Biblical worldview, with no questionable elements whatsoever.
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What You Need To Know:

A SHOE ADDICT’S CHRISTMAS is a silly title for a television movie about a young woman who must learn how to have faith, joy and love in her life. Candace Cameron Bure plays Noelle, who’s taken the safe road in life and still mourns the death of her mother and the loss of her boyfriend. When Noelle’s confronted by her guardian angel that she must take a leap of faith, she’s nervous to do so. Noelle has to take on planning the fire station’s fundraising gala for her job, but she has to deal with a handsome fireman named Jake. Will Noelle take a leap of faith, learn to have fun and find love? Or, will she continue to take the easy path in life?

A SHOE ADDICT’S CHRISTMAS has a great balance of pathos and humor. The well-orchestrated story is enhanced by the skill and winsomeness of Candace Cameron Bure’s acting. Jake compliments her character, so you think they are made for each other. A SHOE ADDICT’S CHRISTMAS has a strong Christian worldview and will be enjoyed by the entire family.

Content:

(CCC): Worldview: Very strong Christian, moral worldview promotes faith and love with some fantasy references;

Foul Language:
  No foul language;

Violence:
  No violence;

Sex:
  No sex, one light kiss;

Nudity:
  No nudity;

Alcohol Use:
  No drinking;

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

Miscellaneous Immorality:
  Nothing else objectionable.

More Detail:

A SHOE ADDICT’S CHRISTMAS is a silly title for an entertaining television movie about a young woman who has to learn how to have faith, joy and love in her life.

Candace Cameron Bure plays Noelle, who has taken the safe road in life and still mourns the death of her mother and the loss of her boyfriend. She has talent as a photographer but relegates herself to being an HR manager for a very high-level department store. Her best friend who got her the job wants her to quit and become a photographer.

Noelle gets locked in the store by mistake because of a snowstorm on Christmas Eve. Her guardian angel, Charlie, appears, and says she is there to help Noelle: take a leap of faith, have fun and fulfill God’s plan for her life. Noelle is so used to retreating into the background and forsaking her desires that she struggles with and often rejects Charlie’s nudges in the right direction.

In the process, a handsome fireman, Jake, moves into her building. Charlie hints this is Noelle’s last chance, but Noelle dismisses the fireman until the store owner tells her she’s in charge of the Christmas Fundraiser for the fire station and the very person she has to work with is none other than handsome Jake. The owners of her store want the gala to be very high class and elegant, like the store, but Jake wants it to be fun and energetic. Noelle faces serious problems when she realizes she’s falling for Jake, but the store wants to replace Jake on gala.

Will Noelle take a leap of faith, learn to have fun and find love? Or, will she continue to take the easy path?

A SHOE ADDICT’S CHRISTMAS has a great balance of pathos and humor. The well orchestrated story is enhanced by the skill and winsomeness of Candace Cameron Bure’s acting. Jake compliments her character, so they are made for each other. A SHOE ADDICT’S CHRISTMAS has a strong Christian worldview and will be enjoyed by the entire family.

 

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