Ben Meyers’ rating: 4.1|5.0 Starsìììì

Christmas Inheritance
provides exceptionally simple, non-complicated, loveable holiday fare for the whole family. While its lack of sophistication can at times be reminiscent of a Cinderella story told backward, it’s actually a good film with a decent script and appealing storyline. Jake Lacey’s acting seems more natural than many actors, almost eerily natural, and creates a desire to see more of his work.

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Pampered Ellen Langford (Eliza Taylor) places herself, with a little help from her father, Jim Langford (Neil Crone), into a life situation that allows her to discover the roots of the family’s big business.

Additional Thanks

Thank You to Director Ernie Barbarash for directing efforts. Thank you to Executive Producers Eric Jarboe, Amy Krell, Brad Krevoy, Amanda Phillips Atkins, and Jimmy Townsend for making the film possible. Additional characters/cast include: Jake Collins (Jake Lacy), Debbie Collins (Andie MacDowell), Gray Pittman (Michael Xavier), Alice (Lori Hallier), Kathy Martin (Mag Ruffman), Captain Williams (Bill Lake), Uncle Zeke (Anthony Sherwood), Sheriff Paul (Martin Roach), and Mrs. Worthington (Lindsay Leese).

Buy a ticket? Yes? No? Maybe? 

Yes. This movie is for the whole family. It’s a decent, clean romance for all ages that, at certain junctures, reminds one of an old-style Clark Gable or Errol Flynn chick flick.

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