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Christy - A Change of Seasons
Christy - A Change of Seasons
Actors: Lauren Lee Smith, Stewart Finlay-McLennan, James Waterston, Dale Dickey, Andy Stahl
Genres: Comedy, Drama, Kids & Family, Television
PG     2001     1hr 27min

Studio: Lions Gate Home Ent. Release Date: 05/20/2003 Run time: 88 minutes


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Actors: Lauren Lee Smith, Stewart Finlay-McLennan, James Waterston, Dale Dickey, Andy Stahl
Genres: Comedy, Drama, Kids & Family, Television
Sub-Genres: Comedy, Love & Romance, 10-12 Years, Family Films, Television
Studio: Lions Gate
Format: DVD - Color,Letterboxed
DVD Release Date: 08/28/2001
Original Release Date: 05/14/2001
Theatrical Release Date: 05/14/2001
Release Year: 2001
Run Time: 1hr 27min
Screens: Color,Letterboxed
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaDVD Credits: 1
Total Copies: 0
Members Wishing: 6
MPAA Rating: PG (Parental Guidance Suggested)
Languages: English
Subtitles: English, Spanish, French

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Member Movie Reviews

Stefanie A. from PLEASANT SHDE, TN
Reviewed on 12/17/2007...
This movie definatly was not as good as the series that stared Kellie Martin . Storyline in this movie was great we were anxious to see what happened next with typhoid running through the cove. It was just to hard to beat such a great series as the origanl Christi. If this movie had all of the origional actors as the seires I know I would feel differant.
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Movie Reviews

Wonderful! Just Wonderful!
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Christy: A Change of Seasons is just a wonderful movie for both children and parents. I just love the whole Christy series, movie and mini-series. The story was aired on PAX tv in a two part series starring Lauren Lee Smith as Christy Huddleston. The story starts out on a wonderful night in Cutter Gap. All the residents in Cutter Gap gather to the Mission House to watch a movie which Christy (Smith) borrowed for Miss Alice Henderson's birthday. But as the story moves on not everything is so peaceful and happy. A few days later, after Doctor Neil MacNeill (played by Stewart Finley McLannen from the orginal series) exames some residents, he discovers that typhoid has come to the good people of Cutter Gap. Almost everyone becomes ill, encluding David Grantland, (played by James Waterston, son of actor Sam Waterston)the young mission preacher. Christy is devistated by the death of her dear friend Fairlight Spencer (played by Ingrid Torrance) and begins to question her belief in God. Christy throws herself into help Dr. MacNeill care for the ill and tries not to think about her loss. But David offers her hope and his heart to her. So she accepts his proposal. Miss Alice also tries to help Christy through her troubles, but she is also battling problems of her own. Dr. MacNeill soon finds out about Christy's choice to marry David and decides to leave the Cove, rather then see the woman he loves marry another. To find out what happens next and see who Christy marries check out Christy: A New Beginning."
Caution: Watch with an open mind!
Gods_Girl | USA | 04/25/2007
(3 out of 5 stars)

"After having watched the 20 episodes of the original Christy series, I was dismayed and disappointed with these subsequent videos. Not only are some key actors and actresses missing but the entire atmosphere of "Cutter's Gap" is topsy-turvy compared to the original episodes. I feel for the returning actors and actresses (Neil McNeil, Tom, Opal, etc.) that had to watch this change take place and still try to respond like the old characters did to their surroundings. These new videos (in my humble opinion) demean the mountain people whereas in the original there was nobility to their characters even in the midst of their ignorance. Not only that, but the handling of God and Christianity in these new videos is ridiculous -- throwing around cutsy little sayings, etc. with no depth.

Unlike the originals, these videos portray life there in one dimension. There are too many dramatic elements just seemingly thrown in for the sake of action -- no real thinking behind the events. It seems to me someone meant well but missed the mark completely. Very sad. I could easily just get up and walk away from these movies even as badly as I wanted to see the outcome for Christy's marital decision.

So I caution those that were touched and moved by the original episodes. They were truly over with the last episode depicting Christy holding her engagement ring from David in one hand and Doc McNeil riding up on his little horse (they do give him a larger, more handsome horse in the new videos). Finishing those episodes in your mind is much better than contaminating them with these new imposter videos.

Thank you for the space to air my thoughts.

p.s. I am told by my daughter, and I agree to an extent, that the new actresses for Ruby Mae and Fairlight were the only ones that lived up to the original characters."
Not the best...
Bethany | 08/26/2002
(2 out of 5 stars)

"I love the book Christy and though I think it's usually hard for a tv or movie version of a book to totally live up to it's namesake, the first series did this job pretty well I think. This version, however, was overacted (Other than Dr. McNeil's character which I still think was acted pretty well),and the characters didn't have the heart and spirit that they did in the book. The overacting and poorly done camera work make what is a great story seem hokey and dumbed down. Also many of the characters aren't very well cast either. I don't recommend this version at all but still recommend the book and the other television version of this story."