In 2005, Jason F. Wright penned a story about a Christmas tradition of collecting spare change in a jar and then giving it to someone in need. The novella, Christmas Jars, would go on to become a New York Times best seller with a reach far beyond that of a typical novel. The ensuing Christmas jar phenomenon changed the lives of many people all around the country.
Now a made-for-TV movie, CHRISTMAS JARS will be shown on the big screen in select cinemas nationwide on November 4th only. A heartfelt reminder that kindness truly is contagious, this movie is a sure way to inspire a whole new season of giving.
Watch the Trailer:
Title: CHRISTMAS JARS
Genre: drama, inspirational, romance, family
Rating: NR (not rated), but equivalent to G
Run time: 1 hr. 50 mins.
Talent: Jeni Ross, Markian Tarasiuk
The CHRISTMAS JARS movie shares the story of Hope Jensen, an aspiring reporter who uncovers the secret behind a series of money-filled glass jars anonymously given to people in need. Hope desperately wants to publish her article, but doing so would be a breach of trust to those who entrusted her with their secret. What happens next will change her life forever.
For Fans of:
- Hallmark Channel
- Feel-good films
- Family-friendly movies
- Clean romance
- Jane Austen
- Inspirational films
- Holiday movies
- The Christmas Jars book
- Christmas miracle
I personally pre-screened and truly enjoyed this film! If you are a homeschool teen, I’m sure you will like it too. CHRISTMAS JARS is actually a great family-friendly movie for all ages. It’s a well-produced and well-acted drama with a healthy dose of comedy, romance, and touching moments. Plus it has a wonderful message for the Thanksgiving and Christmas season about generosity and kindness.
In some ways, CHRISTMAS JARS reminds me of one of my favorite holiday movies, It’s a Wonderful Life. CHRISTMAS JARS is not an overtly religious movie, but it focuses on the virtue of charity, while implying how God can take a bad situation and turn it into something good.
The opening sequence was interesting to watch as about 20 years went by in the first five minutes. The rest of the movie picks up where those events left off and eventually comes full circle back to the beginning.
CHRISTMAS JARS is a heartwarming story that will make you want to start your own Christmas jar tradition. While it may seem a bit early to be watching a Christmas movie, I highly recommend going with friends and/or family to see the film on 11/4/19. It will help set the tone for the season of giving.
Monday, November 4, 2019 – ONE NIGHT ONLY!
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In the spirit of giving, we’re celebrating the release of this movie with a giveaway contest! Comment on this post for a chance to win a FREE CHRISTMAS JARS DVD!
The contest will run through 11/2/19 at 11:59pm Pacific time and a winner will be announced on 11/3/19. The contest winner will receive their DVD, to be shipped directly from the studio or LEV3L Digital, following the DVD release date, which is expected to be 11/29/2019.
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