Movie Review: Christmas Jars

MOVIE SYNOPSIS: 

Based on the New York Times best- selling novel by Jason F. Wright

Hope is an aspiring reporter who has had her fair share of tragedy in life. Abandoned at birth, she’s grieving the recent death of her adopted mother when her apartment is burglarized of all her possessions. While reporting the burglary to the police, Hope discovers a jar full of money, labeled “Christmas Jar.” Shocked and grateful for this act of kindness, Hope discovers that people all over her hometown of Columbus, Ohio, have been receiving Christmas Jars for years during times of need. The jars are always anonymous and always contain different amounts. In this heartwarming Christmas classic, Hope goes undercover to discover the secret behind the Christmas jars, putting into motion a series of events that will change her life, and her community, forever.

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My Review

I chose to watch this movie after receiving a free copy of the DVD. All opinions in this review are my own and completely unbiased.

“Christmas Jars” is a sweet story about an aspiring reporter who receives a Christmas jar filled with money when she’s having a rough time. She figures out who is giving away the jars and endears herself to the family. She not only finds out how they started giving away the jars, but she falls in love with the family. Now she has to choose between the family and her career. Is she willing to betray this family she’s grown to love?

I enjoyed this movie. It’s a good movie to watch especially this time of year. I liked the Maxwell family (the ones who give Christmas Jars). They’re good, well-meaning, down-to-earth people.

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