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Hallmark's "A Christmas Tree Grows In Colorado"--Cute Movie, Dumb Premise

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Starring:  Rochelle Aytes and Mark Taylor Released: 2020 Summary:  A woman is forced to convince a firefighter to give her the spruce tree from his property so she can use it in her town's upcoming Christmas celebration. Grace Sunar plays Claire in A Christmas Tree Grows In Colorado.  Image:  Crown Media A Sweet Story About Adoption Much like Christmas Town , this movie is about the profound impact adoption has on children stuck in "the system," wondering if anyone will ever take them home and love them like a real family. Kevin Snyder (Mark Taylor) is a firefighter living in Brooklyn, Colorado.  An orphan once himself before being adopted, Kevin gives back by adopting his own daughter, Claire.  Despite being a single dad with not much room for anything else in his life besides work and Claire, the two make a happy, little family. Typical Politicians Industry needs a boost in Brooklyn, Colorado, and Erin Chambers (Rochelle Aytes), the director of community development,

Would Charles Dickens Have Approved "A Nashville Christmas Carol?"

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Starring:  Jessy Schram and Wes Brown Released:  2020 Summary:  A TV producer becomes forced to work with the man who broke her heart on a country music Christmas special, but she gets interrupted by Christmas spirits. Jessy Schram and Wes Brown star in this spin on the Dickens' classic.  Image:  Crown Media Imitation Is The Highest Form Of Flattery Charles Dickens wrote A Christmas Carol to address social issues of his day.  After reading a government report on child labor in the United Kingdom, he was stricken by how people, particularly kids, were treated less like humans and more like commodities.  Their value was determined by how much work they could accomplish in a day.  To put it in modern terms, each person was only a number. Dickens battled against the popular notion that the solution to dealing with the poor was to allow them to starve and thus decrease the population.  His argument in the novel places the responsibility on employers to tend to the well-being of their e

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