Hallmark Movie Review: Chateau Christmas (2020)
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World-renowned pianist Margot Hammond (Patterson) gets unexpected time off to spend Christmas with her family at their favorite hotel, Chateau Neuhaus. Having just received another stinging review, Margot is looking forward to spending time with her family and taking a break from music in hopes of rediscovering the passion in her playing. While there, however, she soon runs into her ex-boyfriend and former bandmate Jackson (Macfarlane), who convinces her to headline the chateau’s sold-out, annual Christmas Concert. While working on the show, all of their feelings come flooding back and they are drawn to each other, but afraid of making the same mistakes. As the concert approaches, Margot and Jackson must learn that, whether in music or in love, the best will come if they listen to their hearts.
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2023 Dates, Times, and Channels
This movie normally airs throughout the holiday season on the main Hallmark Channel. For dates and times, check the Hallmark App or the Hallmark Website.
This was a very cute and simple christmas movie. I love most movies that Merritt Patterson and Luke McFarlane are in, but wasn’t much of a fan of this one. The storyline was not exciting at all and moved very slow. The only thing that saves this movie is the music, not much romance here.
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