Angels Sing

Angels Sing

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Overview

Angels Sing

An embittered family man finds his childhood love of Christmas rekindled thanks to a generous gift from a mysterious stranger in this holiday drama for the entire family. Three decades after a childhood tragedy that destroyed his love of Christmas, cynical Michael Walker still loathes the sound of carols, and the sight of Old St. Nick. Try as his spirited wife (Connie Britton) and family might, they still can't get Michael into the holiday spirit. Meanwhile, as the snow begins to fall, misfortune strikes Michael's family, prompting the concerned father to reflect on his troubled past. Just when Michael's future looks to be teetering on the brink of disaster, however, a benevolent stranger (Willie Nelson) bestows his family a lavish new home under the one condition that they join in their new neighborhood's Christmas festivities. In the process, the man who forgot how to feel joy rediscovers that wide-eyed child who ran down the stairs every Christmas morning eager to see what Santa had left him under the tree. Kris Kristoferson and Lyle Lovett co-star.

Product Details

Release Date: 12/10/2013
UPC: 0031398181255
Original Release: 2013
Rating: PG
Source: Lions Gate
Region Code: A
Presentation: [Wide Screen]
Sound: [DTS 5.1-Channel Surround Sound, Dolby AC-3 Surround Sound]
Time: 1:30:00
Sales rank: 59,428

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Harry Connick Michael Walker
Connie Britton Actor
Chandler Canterbury Actor
Fionnula Flanagan Actor
Lyle Lovett Actor
Willie Nelson Actor
Kris Kristofferson Actor
Eloise DeJoria Actor
Dana Wheeler-Nicholson Actor

Technical Credits
Tim McCanlies Director
Elizabeth Avellan Producer
David B. Baron Associate Producer
Adam Bernardi Associate Producer
Lou Berney Screenwriter
Dominic Cancilla Co-producer
Randall Dark Executive Producer
Kamal Derkaoui Cinematographer
Mary Dickinson Executive Producer
Charlene Fisher Executive Producer
Shannon McIntosh Producer
Fred Miller Producer
Turk Pipkin Co-producer
Sharon Rankin Executive Producer
Scott Rankin Executive Producer
David Rosenblatt Editor
Christopher Stull Production Designer
Carl Thiel Score Composer
Mary Vernieu Casting
Scott Warren Score Composer

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Angels Sing 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Gotkatz More than 1 year ago
Great movie, enjoyed it a lot.
Twink More than 1 year ago
I love that moment when I realize I have finished my shopping, the wrapping is done, the work week has ended and Christmas is around the corner. And this is when I load up on Christmas cheer, with holiday books, music - and movies! Angels Sing is a new addition to my holiday shelf. The movie is based on the book When Angels Sing by Turk Pipkin. I had read the book - and enjoyed it. As always, with book to film adaptations, I was curious to see how close the movie would stick to the original story. Harry Connick Jr. stars as Michael Walker, a family man who refuses to celebrate Christmas. His reason is understandable - and heartbreaking. When the family unknowingly moves to a street known for its elaborate Christmas celebrations and tragedy strides, Michael is forced to confront his past as the impact on the present is too great to ignore. There's a great cast in Angels Sing - most with a musical bent - notably Willie Nelson as an angel, Lyle Lovett as an neighbour and Kris Kristofferson as Grandpa. All of them contribute musical moments to the film. And this is a feel good film for the family. (Although there is one sad event that parents should be prepared to discuss with younger children) But there are some funny bits as well. (watch for the snowman's smile turning into a frown) The music is great, the decorations on the street lovely and the overall sentiment can't help but put you in a festive mood. The family interactions are positively portrayed and families viewing together will find lots of food for thought. The plot is somewhat obvious, but that's what I'm looking for in my holiday viewing - happy endings.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Under the circumstances it related perfectly to a family member who was struggling with getting through Christmas for the same reasons and want to just skip over the holiday.   It was helpful in letting this person know that the individual gone is always with us and the holidays can shared with them.