Correcting Christmas

Synopsis: Last Christmas, Allie broke things off with her boyfriend, Cameron (Michael Muhney). Looking back, she regrets it and no longer believes in the magic of Christmas, but when she meets Ginny, a truly magical being, she gets the chance to relive last Christmas. Determined to make the relationship last this time, she pulls out all the stops but realizes, you can't always change the past and happiness may appear in the strangest places.
Director(s): Tim O'Donnell
Production: Marvista Entertainment
86 min

and just have

a cocktail somewhere?


I was kidding.

I was totally kidding.

Did I get you?

- Yeah. I mean, yeah.

- Tempting, isn't it?

Um, look it. Thank you,

but I already have a date

actually for Christmas Eve.

- Wow.

- Yeah.

Lucky guy

Well, hug Timmy

and Malcolm for me.

I would, except now

they're teenagers.

They don't hug anymore.

They don't talk.

They don't hug.

They just want money

and the keys to your car.


But kids are great.

You know what I mean?

So I will tweet them

your regards.

- There you go.

- Okay.

- Merry Christmas.

- Merry Christmas.

You two have a great time on that date.


I'm a little bit


I'm kidding.


Yeah, I have a date

with a Dutch

chocolate cake.


Yeah, you'll love Aspen.

It has a super easy vibe.

Can't wait.

Ali? Is that you?

Cam, hey.

Merry Christmas.

Wow. How long

has it been?

A year, exactly a year.

You know, roughly.

Uh, Samantha,

this is Alison.

Alison and I

used to, uh...

Yeah, I...

I cracked the code.

Nice to meet you.


Ali, how have you been?

Good, totally good.

Yeah, no,

really, really good.

So do you

live here...

in the park?

Me? What? Here?

Uh, I figured you would

probably be headed up north

to your folks by now

for the obligatory


family Christmases.

No. You know, I decided

I was just gonna stay here

and do some work.

Ah, work through the holidays,

huh? That's dedication.

Can you go down memory

lane another time?

Kind of

running late.

We're, um...

we're headed to Aspen.

Oh! Enjoy.

Nice to meet you.


You... you have

a lovely park.


Wow, I don't know

what happened to her.

She clearly lost you,

then lost her mind.

But who wouldn't?

I assume

anywhere is fine?

Yeah. No. Afraid not.

No shoes, no shirt,

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