The Christmas Blessing (2005)

The Christmas Blessing (2005)

The Christmas Blessing





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The sequel to the sentimental, made for television drama The Christmas Shoes, The Christmas Blessing follows a grown-up Nathan Andrews (Neil Patrick Harris) as he questions both his faith and career path after seeing the lives of those he loves slowly crumble to ruin. A young medical resident who just lost his first patient, Nathan responds to the trauma by retreating to his father's house and re-thinking his career. But just as Nathan is settling in back home, his woes are compounded with the … More

Rating: Unrated
Genre: Drama, Television, Kids & Family
Directed By:
Written By: Wesley Bishop
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On DVD: Oct 16, 2007
Craig Anderson Productions

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as Nathan Andrews

as Megan Sullivan

as Charlie Bennett

as Robert Clayton

as Tucker Bennett

as Lydia Jones

as Doris Wilson

as Dr. Goetz

as William Bradley

as Sean Addison

as Themselves

as Himself
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In this sequel to Christmas Shoes, Nathan Andrews has grown up to take the form of Neil Patrick Harris. He's now dedicated to saving the sick after his mother's fate. This film, once again, tries too hard to be emotional. Thus, we now have TWO sick loved ones. You can imagine the amount of crying this film has. The subplots seem more relevant, and coincide with each other, better than in the previous film. For a TV movie, it's pretty darn good, and full of plenty of Christmas cheer.

Luke Baldock

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A Great Christmas Film for 2007, Can'y beleive no one else has reviewthis one. It's a Sequal to Christmas Shoes. A very touching Christmas Film for those of all ages.

Bruce Bruce

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Why would you let a little boy die in a movie about love and Christmas? This movie made me cry like a wee little baby. It was sad and happy at the same time and I don't know if I love it or if I hate it.

Heather Metzger

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