This review may contain spoilers, I do my best to avoid them but it’s not always possible.
Summary: When Lucy wakes up with a wedding dress in hand, she believes that she is late to her wedding with her ex-boyfriend Zach. However, she has no recollection of the past 2 years, including the fact that she is engaged to another man.
Title: An Unforgettable Christmas / Christmas On My Mind
Runtime: 1 Hour 24 Minutes
Cast: Ashley Greene, Andrew Walker, Jackée Harry, Donna Benedicto, Preston Vanderslice, Clayton Chitty, Desiree Zurowski, Debs Howard, Milah Thompson, Sebastian Billingsley-Rodriguez and Alvin Sanders
Director: Maclain Nelson
Writers: Denise Hunter (Book) and Kirsten Hansen
Lucy hits her head and suddenly two years off her life have been forgotten and she finds herself drawn back to the life she had two years ago. The man she was supposed to marry is a stranger as she has no memory of him now. She soon finds she is getting closer to her ex fiancé again, but still has memory gaps, including why they broke up in the first place.
This was such a predictable movie, it was such a slow paced movie and honestly I was a bit bored at times. It’s not to say it was bad it wasn’t necessarily bad, I just found bits of it boring. From the very start you could see what was coming from the movie and it unfortunately didn’t throw out any shocking twists.
As soon as she is with Zach she had to be back with him, you are left with no doubt, they are so cute together and you want for them to reunite no matter what had happened between them. I didn’t like Brad at all he wasn’t compatible and didn’t really seem like a nice guy, he didn’t really care about her very much.
I enjoyed the cute Christmas town that she had come from. I liked her best friend she was so sweet and the relationship she had with Lucy was great. The movie was an okay and average Christmas Romance movie, nothing about it stood out particularly but it wasn’t bad at all either. An easy and very simple Christmassy romance movie.