If movies have taught us anything, it’s that the holidays are a make-or-break time for all kinds of love. The season for romantic Hail Marys starts the day after Halloween (or earlier, depending on which department store display you ask), and from then on its nothing but relentless, resilient hope and entertaining all manner of impossible notion until New Year’s. 

On the heels of 2019’s first holiday disappointment, Last Christmas, Netflix kicks off the season of snowy sentiment with Let It Snow, based loosely on the 2008 novel by John Green, Maureen Johnson, and Lauren Myracle. Many have tried and most have failed at the Love Actually-esque ensemble feature, but in the hands of Laura Solon, Victoria Strouse (adapting an earlier screenplay from Kay Cannon), and director Luke Snellin, this potentially sprawling snowtastrophe is a confectionary holiday treat. Read more…

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