Returning to his home town after the death of the grandfather who raised him, slick and cynical Wall Street trader Will Martin (Neil Patrick Harris) feels decidedly out of place, and not at all in tune with the Christmas preparations being made by the local citizenry. But Will isn't really taking a sentimental journey at all: He's merely in town to modernize and streamline his family's real-estate company. While going through his grandfather's effects, Will and his grandmother (Debbie Reynolds) come across the old man's diary--which reveals a lengthy relationship with a woman named Lillian. Determined to locate this mystery mistress (if indeed that's who Lillian is), Will learns a few vital lessons about love, forgiveness, and recapturing the Yuletide spirit that has so long eluded him.
Writer:Richard Siddoway (book), Beth Polson (television story), Greg Taylor (teleplay)
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Caroline C (mx) wrote: Hey, what's this? Haven't viewed it b4! Seemed not bad though without starry castings
Rhonda R (br) wrote: bad haircuts, worse plot
Luc S (ag) wrote: Film die ons heeft doen huiveren. Niet echt een good feel movie, maar wel eentje dat een tijdje blijft hangen!
Team C (nl) wrote: + Bold, fresh sense of humour. Never compromises.- Peters out near the finish line.
Kenneth B (kr) wrote: The Hellraiser franchise just seems to get more and more tedious with each instalment. Much like Inferno, the majority of Hellseeker could be just about any incompetent made-for-TV thriller. Once again Pinhead and the lament configuration device seem to have been placed in there simply to justify the Hellraiser branding. Of course they brought Ashley Laurence back for this one. I barely recognised her and it says a lot for how her career has gone that she would return to this flagging franchise. This is an uneven, uninteresting mess of a film.
William C (mx) wrote: Somehow a little entertaining but still really stupid.D+
Stacy M (gb) wrote: This is another one of those 80s movies can't get enough of. It is fun to watch every character emerge out of their individual crisis. Betty Thomas's character is great.
Jayakrishnan R (au) wrote: 85%Saw this on 18/6/15Although superbly acted, this film from Frank Capra isn't even half as good as his 1946 film It's a wonderful life. The comedy is alright, but since it may have been copied and inspired by many it simply has a been there seen that feeling. Anyway, for an old film, this is pretty good. The stars have chemistry and the film in generally has a slight feel to it.
Jade R (fr) wrote: Very powerful war movie. Highly recommend. Acting was brilliant!!!