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Buttons, A Christmas Tale is the magical, musical story that shows believing can be the greatest gift of all. Follow the heartwarming journey of two orphan girls whose only wish is to find a home for Christmas. With a little help from their guardian angels (screen legends Dick Van Dyke and Angela Lansbury), they discover that miracles really can happen when you find the power to believe. From director Tim Janis, this inspiring holiday film for the whole family features an all-star cast including Jane Seymour, Roma Downey and Abigail Spencer, and is narrated by Kate Winslet and Robert Redford, with a special song by Sir Paul McCartney.
I laughed, I cried and I even cheered. This movie was an emotional roller coaster that I wouldn't mind riding again and again. The story starts with a young couple being notified there is an orphan in need of their help. (For awhile it seems that young couple was random, until you reach the end of the movie. I don't want to reveal to much, but this was on of those cheering parts I was talking about.) We then meet Emily, a sweet little girl that just wants a family for Christmas. Emily of course is the orphan the couple was just informed about. As Emily is laying in the hospital recovering from a fever a very sweet older woman comes to see her. She tells Emily of another orphan that lived a short time ago. That orphans name is Annabel, and her story broke my heart over and over again. I shed quite a few tears for her and I think the main reason being her story most likely happened to countless children from her time era. The silver lining in Annabel's story was a fun, loving angel (Dick Van Dyke) whom watched out for her. Most of the movie focused on Annabel and her will to keep going even when life kept pushing her down. I wont fib, it was tough watching Anabel go through some of her life trials. Don't fear though, as I said I cheered at the end of the movie. This Christmas movie I feel is a one of kind and has been added to my must watch every year list. There is such a strong message in this movie about family, faith and believing against impossible odds.
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