For some people, the coldest, loneliest night of the year falls on Christmas Eve. "Solstice" tells the story of one of those people, Nick Allman, a disillusioned young man who has lost ...
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For some people, the coldest, loneliest night of the year falls on Christmas Eve. "Solstice" tells the story of one of those people, Nick Allman, a disillusioned young man who has lost touch with the true spirit of the holidays. Set in Chicago on Christmas Eve, it follows his day from morning till midnight as he encounters a variety of characters who help renew his belief in a season where everyone's expectations run high. Written by
Jerry A. Vasilatos <firstname.lastname@example.org>
If this were a dog you'd take it out and shoot it...even on Christmas Eve!
It says much when the most entertaining part of a DVD is the (single) blooper at the end. Is this possibly the worst movie ever made? Plot less, pointless, with acting that borders on sub-amateur and non-existent production values. It's trying to be 'It's A Wonderful Life' but fails miserably on every level.
How this managed to have a cast and crew so vast is mystery as it appears to have been shot on a domestic camcorder with a mobile/cell phone used to record the sound.
Of course, it's usually a bad sign when something is "Written, produced and directed by..." but this breaks all the boundaries of awful and self-indulgent.
Bad, bad, BAD!
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