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Window Wonderland: It's no holds barred when two Manhattan department store employees vie for the same job during the busy Christmas season.

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Released: November 23, 2013
Runtime: 90 mins
Genres: Romance
Countries: Canada
Director: Michael Scott
Actors: Chyler Leigh Matty Finochio Paul Campbell

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Window Wonderland Comments

Posted by GigliChico 8 months ago
100% Useful

Another fantastic Hallmark movie.. Smiles and Laughs throughout :)

Posted by whoisjane 8 months ago
100% Useful

I think hallmark have done much better than lifetime with their christmas moies. Well done 8/10

Posted by spatial_k 8 months ago
100% Useful

Not perfect, but it was charming in a Xmas warmth kind of way. I don't think it was too messagey, but there is a definite theme of realizing what is truly important.

Posted by ckgranger 8 months ago
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cute. it's not as reltionshippy as others i guess? obviously it still has that as a focus, but they dealt with their personal insecurities and relationships with secondary characters a lot, which was interesting. as an artist and an actual window dresser in retail i found this relatable, not necessarily realistic, but funny through relatability.

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