Review: Just In Time For Christmas
K and I just finished watching "Just In Time For Christmas," a new Hallmark holiday movie with an "It's A Wonderful Life" twist to it.
A young psychology professor at a small college near Seattle, who aspires to have her thesis published as a book for general consumption, gets an offer from Yale of an associate professorship with a tenure track while on her way to a date with her boyfriend where he proposes to her.
The movie revolves around her having a chance to find out what would happen if she chooses one over the other.
K and I both enjoyed the movie, which was shot in Vancouver and Victoria, British Columbia. I even recognized The Empress Hotel in one of the shots from my visit to Victoria when I was stationed at Fort Lewis.
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