The Holiday Fix up, directed by Brian Herzlinger, is a must-watch romantic drama that depicts the beauty of Second Chance. The beautiful story of the movie is written by Jessica Koosed. A romantic duo of Jana Kramer and Ryan McPartlin was the highlight of the movie. Though Coop broke Sam’s heart. She’s the one who got away. Due to a lack of understanding and communication, the couple is divided miles apart from being together. The Holiday Fix Up is one of the best romantic drama movies of 2021. It has a 6.7 out of 10 rating in IMDb. This romantic movie is best for watching with a partner this holiday season. It is not yet released on any online streaming platforms yet. But it is currently airing in movie theatres since the 11th of this December. This movie is also known as “The Christmas Fix Up” produced by Synthetic Cinema International.
Christmas Eve is here, Christmas related movies and series are taking over the top charts of streaming platforms. One such romance drama Christmas movie is “The Holiday Fix up”. This story is a romantic drama that shows the beauty of second chances. The story of the movie revolves around Sam, played by Jana Kramer, who is a designer by profession in the movie. She decided to help volunteers to renovate Bel Harbour Inn, which made Sam return to her hometown.
Brief Information About The Holiday Fix Up :
Sam has a well-known name as a designer with her works and efforts. She also made a renovation show all on her own. When Sam helps starts her work with the recovery of Bell Harbor Inn. Unexpectedly, she stumbles with “Coop” played by Ryan McPartlin. Coop was an ex-boyfriend of Sam, who broke Sam’s heart in the past.
Coop as contractor got paired with the designer Sam in renovating the Bell Harbor Inn. Meanwhile, in the process, the couple then decided to give a second chance for their former love. Fortunately, the couple fell in love again and worked hard in renovating the harbor for Christmas Eve Harborfest. The romantic journey of Sam and Coop was set in the astounding sceneries of the festive season.
Where was the Holiday Fix Up filmed?
The Holiday fix up is filmed in Mystic, Connecticut. It is located in London County. Connecticut is a coastal village with a vast area of 3.8 square miles. This tiny village is also known as a major shipbuilding port village. Filming a winter movie in a summer season is no joke. Filming of The Holiday Fix up during summertime made it hard for the crew and cast. In an interview, lead actor McPartlin stated that it was very painful while filming a snowball fight scene.
Connecticut is a well-known filming location for many movies. During the filming of The Holiday Fix Up, many parts of the village are decorated with ornament to create a festive atmosphere. The production company of the movie “Synthetic Cinema International” also claimed that they shot many other movies in the area over the decade.
The Holiday fix up filming locations – London:
A few scenes from the movie are filmed in Yatter Road Christmas Tree farm in Mystic. It is a family business of Christmas tree farm that is known for its handmade ornaments, Tree stand, bouquets, and trees for Yuletide season. But, major of the scenes for the movies are filmed in London County, Connecticut. Few other scenes from the movie are filmed in Norwich, London County.
The Song “Second Chance” from the movie “The Holiday Fix Up” is filmed in Nashville, Tennessee. This place is also served as a primary shooting location for many movies and series. Castle Recording Studio, where the production took place, is located at Old Hillsborough Road. It was built around 1929 by Welch. It has a record for recording more than 500 gold and platinum artists.
Overview about the filming locations of The Holiday Fix up :
Though all major part of the filming of the movie is filmed in Connecticut. Summer heat is been a problem all along. The Holiday Fix Up scenery may look frosty, depicting a cool climate. But behind the scenes, the whole cast and crew is battling with the summer heat and had to keep blow dryers and coolers going on. Shooting a winter aesthetic movie in summer is always the toughest part, said Ryan McPartlin in an interview.