If you’re a fan of “Little Women,” then you’ll love “The March Sisters at Christmas.” A retelling of the Louisa May Alcott classic novel, this movie follows the story of four sisters who work to repair the family home so their parents don’t have to sell it, all while balancing conflict, romance and even power tools. There are two life lessons I took away from this movie: Having grown up in a state where it can hit 80 degrees on Christmas day, I can totally respect the setting of “Christmas on the Bayou.” What I also can respect is how great this movie is for families.
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Without giving away too much, when her dad is injured while decorating his house for Christmas, workaholic Jennifer comes home to take care of him, only to start receiving romantic notes from an unknown sender. Who can resist a movie about a high-strung FBI agent falling in love with a free-spirited cocktail waitress when they pretend to be a couple for Christmas? “You have a mismatched couple, which is great for sparks and humor, throw in some relatable family issues, and this film went down like a gourmet plate of macaroni and cheese,” he said.