11/26/22 – After inheriting a farm at Christmastime, a widowed father makes a bumpy adjustment to village life while his kids hatch a plan to stay there forever.
Q-tips say: Yes, see it. We enjoyed this movie.
Parents need to know that: Christmas on Mistletoe Farm is a festive comedy drama that incudes some gross-out humor, slapstick, and mild name calling. Matt (Scott Garnham) is a widowed father who goes to live in the countryside with his five children. The death of the kids’ mother is mentioned often but no circumstances or cause are given. Matt works hard to take care of his children. But the movie’s core message is to work less and embrace your community.
Keeping family together and happy. The Dads boss is overplayed and super mean. Otherwise everyone is delightful to watch and its a great movie.: Christmas on Mistletoe Farm is a festive comedy drama that incudes some gross-out humor, slapstick, and mild name calling. Mild language includes “poo” and “farts,” and there’s some potty humor involving animal dung and a piglet urinating onto men’s faces. Slapstick is present throughout and a few characters act in anger. There is some tame innuendo, flirting, and matchmaking, but nothing risqué. At the farm, the kids are befriended by a wacky childlike adult called Beano (Scott Paige), who might appeal to young children but is likely to irritate older kids and adults.
Q-tips say: See it. We enjoyed it. Liked the character Beano being over the top just like Santa. The family is adorable, siblings are close. Their purpose of trying to stay on the farm is the story. Keeping family together and happy. Everyone is delightful to watch and its a good movie.