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 Dakota: Every Christmas Has a Story

Release Year: 2016

Directed By: Ron Oliver

Starring: Lori Loughlin, Colin Ferguson, Willie Aames, Catherine Lough Haggquist, Bruce Harwood, Isabella Giannulli, Kevin O’Grady, Omari Newton, Eileen Barrett, Kate Isaac, Steven Garr, Kazumi Evans, Mark Brandon, Hanna Pederson, Karen Holness

When you think of Hallmark Christmas movies, there are a few familiar throughlines you expect to watch in each movie: Someone will find themselves in a small town, someone will fall in love and someone will change their goals. And that someone is nine times out of 10 the same person. In 2016’s Every Christmas Has a Story, the small town in question is in North Dakota and the someone who spends Christmas there is disgraced television personality Kate Harper (Lori Loughlin), whose perspective on the holidays could use a little work.

After making an on-air mishap declaring she hates Christmas, Kate receives an invitation to visit the most Christmas-oriented small town in American to both repair her public image and change her views on the holiday. Of course, Kate must work closely with the show’s producer, Jack (Colin Ferguson), who also happens to be her ex-boyfriend. What ensues in the North Dakota winter wonderland changes Kate’s mind on the Christmas holiday and Jack. Every Christmas Has a Story revels in the concept of second chances, especially during the most wonderful time of the year.