Welcome to the renaissance of Lindsay Lohan.
"It's a great movie," the "Mean Girls" actress, 36, told "Good Morning America" on Tuesday. "I wanted to make this movie because I missed being on set and I really miss bringing characters to life, and this was just the perfect script full of love and family and romance and joy all in one."
Lohan continued, "And it has a great message, which is that you don't really need all of the material things in life. It's good to just focus on the simple things, and I really love that."
The logline of the film reads, "A newly engaged, spoiled hotel heiress (Lohan) gets into a skiing accident, suffers from total amnesia and finds herself in the care of a handsome, blue-collar lodge owner ('Glee' alum Chord Overstreet) and his precocious daughter in the days leading up to Christmas."
Lohan said she "wanted to get to the point where I was craving being on set," and doing so for "Falling for Christmas" felt "really refreshingly exciting."
In addition to taking on new acting projects, Lohan has taken on a new role in her personal life: wife.
As for how she's enjoying married life, Lohan gushed, "It's amazing. I'm really lucky. I found my partner and he's an amazing man and we're a great team."
"He's the best," she continued. "I love him so much."