Snowglobe (film)

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Snowglobe
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Directed by Ron Lagomarsino
Produced by Jody Brockway
Craig McNeil
Written by Garrett Frawley
Brian Turner
Starring Christina Milian
Josh Cooke
Matt Keeslar
Luciana Carro
Lorraine Bracco
Ron Canada
Distributed by ABC Family
Running time 90 minutes
Country United States
Language English
Budget $5,000,000(estimated)

Snowglobe is a 2007 television film starring Christina Milian, Josh Cooke, Matt Keeslar, Luciana Carro and Lorraine Bracco. The film was produced by ABC Family and first aired on December 15, 2007 in their 25 Days of Christmas programming block.

Plot[edit]

Angela loves Christmas more than anything. However, her family does not share her love for the holiday at all. When she is about to break down because of her family, she receives a snowglobe in the mail. When she opens up the snowglobe, she is transported into the world inside, where Christmas is the heart and soul for everyone who lives there. She discovers she can return to her world by going down a small path in the small forest at the edge of the village, and can return whenever she winds up the snowglobe. After a long set of visits to the globe, she accidentally gets trapped inside.

Cast[edit]

Actor Role
Christina Milian Angela
Josh Cooke Eddie
Matt Keeslar Douglas
Lorraine Bracco Rose
Luciana Carro Gina
Erin Karpluk Claire
Kailin See Marie
Ennis Esmer Jamie

Production[edit]

Snowglobe was filmed in Springbank, and Calgary, Alberta from July to August 2007.[1][2]

DVD[edit]

Snowglobe was released on Region 1 DVD in the United States on October 7, 2008.[3]

References[edit]

Reception[edit]

The movie received generally favorable reviews. On Netflix, Snowglobe received overwhelming positive user reviews and currently has a rating of 3.8 stars.

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