Saturday, October 19, 2019

CHRISTMAS JARS Arrives in Theaters for ONE NIGHT ONLY on November 4! Get Your Tickets, Plus Enter This Giveaway for a DVD!


About the Movie:
Based on the beloved novel by Jason F. Wright, CHRISTMAS JARS shares the story of Hope Jensen, a reporter who uncovers the remarkable secret behind a holiday phenomenon: money-filled glass jars anonymously given to people in need. The New York Times bestseller has created a new holiday tradition that has changed the lives of people in their time of need, all over the country.

My Review: 
I just finished screening CHRISTMAS JARS, and I can't remember the last time I was impacted this much by a movie. When Hope receives a "Christmas Jar" on her doorstep after her mother dies and her home is broken into, she is extremely touched. But she also sees this as an opportunity to advance her career as an investigative reporter by figuring out how this tradition began. When she finds the family who started it, she poses as a student doing a school paper to befriend the family and learn the details behind the Christmas Jars. However, once she becomes close to this family, especially their son Ian, she faces a moral dilemma. What will they think of her when they find out that she lied about her identity, especially knowing that they don't want their story made public? Everyone should see CHRISTMAS JARS. In fact, this should be a new Christmas tradition! It will inspire you to see the good in people and learn that kindness is the greatest gift we can give to each other.

Watch the Trailer:


CHRISTMAS JARS is a one-night movie event that provides hope to all as we enter this special season. In theaters Monday, November 4 only, CHRISTMAS JARS is a heartfelt reminder that kindness truly is contagious.

In theaters Nov. 4, ONE NIGHT ONLY

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GIVEAWAY

One lucky winner will receive a DVD copy of Christmas Jars! Enter through the Giveaway Tools below. This giveaway is open to U.S. residents only and ends at 11:59 PM ET on Sunday, November 3, 2019. One DVD per winner. If you win this DVD on another blog, please notify the blog owner so another winner can have an opportunity to receive this wonderful film.




Disclosure: I received a complimentary copy of this movie to facilitate my honest review. All opinions are 100% my own.

35 comments:

  1. My favorite Christmas tradition has always been decorating the Christmas tree with my kids and listening to holiday music while we get the house decorated.

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  2. Family Christmas dinner!

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  3. My favorite Holiday Tradition used to be making Christmas Cookies with my grandmother it was such a wonderful time her whole kitchen was filled with cookies beautiful cut outs all decorated you name it it was there miss her so much

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  4. My favorite Christmas tradition is helping out in the kitchen at the local homeless shelter. And I don't have to cook for myself either.

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  5. My cousin taught me how to ride his bike, and for Christmas I got my very own bike. It was my favorite Christmas.

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  6. We have all the family together to open gifts and have dinner.

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  7. My favorite tradition is baking Christmas cookies.

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  8. One of my favorite traditions is our christmas morning family breakfast.

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  9. Victoria Barbour10:02 AM

    Seeing all of our family and attending church.

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  10. I always like decorating the tree.

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  11. My favorite tradition is baking cookies with my kids and giving them out to our friends and neighbors.

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  12. The best Christmas gift I ever received was our daughter!

    Nancy
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  13. Dinner with the family.

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  14. The best gift received was a little late but our daughter was born New Year's Eve 1995. She was a pretty good gift :)

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  15. My fav tradtion is going to the Christmas lights at a local farm.natbelinsky@verizon.net

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  16. Baking cookies and leaving them out for Santa after reading A Visit from St. Nicholas.

    denise

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  17. I love how we open gifts on Christmas eve from each other. But Christmas Morning we open our gifts and stockings from Santa <3

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  18. We would play Christmas bingo on Christmas Eve.

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  19. My favorite Christmas tradition is just seeing all of my family at the same time!
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  20. Our favorite tradition is leaving cookies and milk for Santa.

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  21. Every Christmas season my Mom, sisters and me get together to spend a whole day baking Christmas cookies that we share with the whole family.

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  22. Daniel M6:51 PM

    lots of home baked goodies!

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  23. Best gift was a Cabbage Patch Doll in the middle of the CPD craze. It was magical and Santa brought it Christmas morning

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  24. My favorite Christmas tradition was always baking cookies with my grandparents. Now I do it with my grandchildren.

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  25. My favorite Christmas tradition is the dinner and party at my sister's house. She is a great cook.

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  26. Our favorite tradition is decorating our Christmas Tree!

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  27. We always like watching Christmas movies, making ornaments and cookies.

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  28. The best christmas gift I have recieved is my dog.

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  29. Stephanie5:21 PM

    My favorite Christmas tradition is riding around with my family looking at Christmas lights.

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  30. Family Christmas Eve Jammies is my favorite tradition! My daughter looks forward to it every year too!

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  31. The best Christmas gift was the pinball machine that my boyfriend (now husband) gave me back in the early 90s! I love that today our own teen son & his friends use it!

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  32. Buying a new Christmas ornament each year for our tree... we always buy 1 or 2 ornaments that signified something that happened that year that affected the entire family.. that way our tree tells our family story. The kids have always enjoyed bringing people to the house and tell them the stories behind each of the ornaments =)

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  33. Baking enough cookies to feed an army and sharing them with everyone.

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  34. We have a family dinner!

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  35. Baking cookies, and decorating the tree.

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