Elise MacReynolds is no fan of Christmas. Growing up on a tree farm meant every holiday was spent selling Christmas trees on a cold street corner. But when she loses her job and her dad breaks his leg, Elise agrees to run the family tree stand for one last season. Unfortunately for Elise, the family business that has always hosted the MacReynolds' Farms tree lot has been acquired by home decor conglomerate Brook Glen Elise gets off on the wrong foot with surly Brook Glen CEO Gary Dixon when she almost knocks him down while unloading a big tree. Gary thinks the trees are horrible for business and sets in motion a plan to get rid of the lot, for good. Despite her battles with Gary, Elise finds herself catching the holiday spirit as she helps the denizens of NYC find their one perfect tree: Everyone from a baby-on-the-way couple, to a professional basketball team, to a young boy picking out his first tree. Christmas also proves to be the season for romance when charming repeat customer ...
Elizabeth Hackett & Hilary Galanoy
This Christmas, love is just around the corner.
Did You Know?
Contrary to a previous post, "Fir Crazy" is NOT a pun referencing a craze for wearing fur. Rather, it is double pun: first it puns "Stir" Crazy, a phrase meaning feeling trapped or weathered in not allowing a person to get out. The heroine in this film felt "trapped" into her family's Christmas, selling Christmas trees and living in a RV on a New York street. Secondly, it puns "Fir", the name of a type of evergreen (Christmas) tree. See more
It's totally embarrassing, but I got it at the gift shop.
That is actually the most romantic thing you could ever say.
I got it at the gift shop is the most romantic thing I could ever say?
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