Wisconsin resident here. The movie caught my eye and I got excited thinking I was going to see some of our beautiful WI scenery. We giggled at how they butchered the name of "Wausau" (where Blake's cabin was supposed to be located) and the other cliche's that were introduced (the redneck Welcome center guy; the blizzard-like road conditions, talking about "Dairy Farms"). I try and give all movies the benefit of the doubt, but I am unable to see why this movie is consistently scoring (on Amazon) 4.8/5 stars. The acting was almost painful to watch. "Mia" was the most natural, but the actor who played "Ella" was making me want to stop the movie. Her dialogue was whiny, she wasn't connected to any of the other characters and overall, just annoying. The plot twist in the end salvaged it a bit, so I generously gave it 2 stars. Frankly, I wasted money tonight on this rental. Not worth it.