13 Dec 2012• • 5 Comments
'Help for the Holidays' is a great holiday movie, full of joy, happiness, Christmas spirit, magic...and romance. The entire movie is an avalanche of cute. Summer Glau showed an awesome range of expressions again, from shocked to squeeee and all of them were great. She steals the entire film as the lovable elf Christine Prancer, in the funny and in the emotional scenes as well.
No wonder it is Hallmark Channel’s most watched original movie of the year.
Now that the movie premiered on Hallmark a few days ago, a lot of Summer Glau fans have watched it already. It's time to post screencaps and a few clips from the movie to get a taste of Summer Glau as the perky and cheerful elf Christine again.
You can watch more clips in the Video Gallery (check back for more soon).
If you missed the premiere, there are repeats throughout the month of December on the Hallmark Channel; check the schedule.
'Help for the Holidays' is a must-have on your DVD collection, we will keep you posted as to when it will be available for purchase.
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Message #3 | KevinInEngland | 15 Dec 2012, 16:06 GMT
What? Oh yeah. OMG, I never ever want to get involved in upsetting a woman. It's too frightening to contemplate.
Throughout that film, I made a note of all the notable landmarks, etc and wondered if anybody on this site knew exactly where in Simi Valley the town scenes were shot. Also if you think you know where the house was located.
Here is the information that I gleened. I also took screenshots of the places but there's no point in putting them here unless you jump up and down whilst insisting with crocodile tears pouring out of your eyes:
They lived at house # 2083
The Christmas tree Nursery was apparently a real garden centre with a white flag & hills in the distance.
In the town there was an ornate metal fence outside one building.
A circular metal protection around a big tree & blue mail or newspaper box close by.
There was a metal strut waste bin which was circular.
a grey building with a single concrete arch over entire lower windows.
A round ornate street table with prongs holding it & delicate green metal chairs.
The town square had a big fat tree in it - obviously very old.
Christine Prancer's accommodation was in the Bradford Arms Apartments - I'm not sure if that was a real name. It looked pretty authentic but I can't find it on Google.
Any thoughts guys?