Best Christmas movies set in each state

HOME ALONE - Eight year old Kevin MacAllister (Macaulay Culkin) gets lost in the shuffle as his large, upper-middle class suburban family rushes to make a plane that will ferry them off to their Christmas vacation in France; Kevin, having been banished to an attic room as punishment, is subsequently forgotten. At first this is a dream come true, as for the first time in his young life he has no one to answer to but himself, and he takes full advantage of his newfound freedom, eating junk food and watching late-night horror flicks. But when the bumbling Wet Bandits Harry (Joe Pesci) and Marv (Daniel Stern) target his house for a robbery, Kevin must step up to defend his home; he sets a maze of booby traps so elaborate that only an eight year old imagination could concoct them. (20TH CENTURY FOX)MACAULAY CULKIN
HOME ALONE - Eight year old Kevin MacAllister (Macaulay Culkin) gets lost in the shuffle as his large, upper-middle class suburban family rushes to make a plane that will ferry them off to their Christmas vacation in France; Kevin, having been banished to an attic room as punishment, is subsequently forgotten. At first this is a dream come true, as for the first time in his young life he has no one to answer to but himself, and he takes full advantage of his newfound freedom, eating junk food and watching late-night horror flicks. But when the bumbling Wet Bandits Harry (Joe Pesci) and Marv (Daniel Stern) target his house for a robbery, Kevin must step up to defend his home; he sets a maze of booby traps so elaborate that only an eight year old imagination could concoct them. (20TH CENTURY FOX)MACAULAY CULKIN /
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North Carolina: Finding Christmas

Release Year: 2013

Directed By: Harvey Crossland

Starring: Tricia Helfer, J.T. Hodges, Mark Lutz, Cristina Rosato, Christian Distefano, Brittany Gray, Jessica Phillips, Dov Mickelson, Dani Kind, Scott Wickware

If the 2013 Hallmark Christmas movie Finding Christmas sounds familiar, then you have probably seen the aforementioned fan-favorite romantic comedy The Holiday. Finding dating to be much more challenging in the wake of a divorce, single mother Ryan (Tricia Helfer) decides to all but give up on the prospect of finding love again. However, when her brother, Owen (J.T. Hodges), swaps his North Carolina home with New York City businessman Sean (Mark Lutz), Ryan discovers that love might not be as elusive as she had previously presumed. Suddenly, Sean’s fish-out-of-water acclimation to small-town North Caroline becomes a second shot at love for Ryan.

Finding Christmas also tells the tale of a second love story on the opposite end of the house swap. Owen leaves North Carolina for Sean’s New York City home, where he hits it off with Sean’s assistant, Mia (Cristina Rosato). However, with Christmas quickly approaching to end the house swap, both new relationships will undergo the ultimate test. Clearly, on top of finding new romances, these characters also find Christmas, as the title would suggest. If you loved The Holiday, you will definitely adore the simple charms of Hallmark’s Finding Christmas.