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A Light in the Forest (2003)

Britta must face her fears at her school's Christmas pageant while Holly Boy, the spirit of the season, must battle the forces of evil. Britta is trying to save her school and Holly Boy the... See full summary »

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Penelope Audrey
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Britta Rinegelt
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Gabriel Brown
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Boar (monster)
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King Otto / Ridgewell
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Kelly
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Kimmel
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Poinsettia
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Larry
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Witch Hazel
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Sinister
Michael Lee Gogin ...
Hoiman
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Britta must face her fears at her school's Christmas pageant while Holly Boy, the spirit of the season, must battle the forces of evil. Britta is trying to save her school and Holly Boy the woods, but it's more than that... It's a fight for Christmas and what the season stands for. Written by Anonymous

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christmas | sword and sorcery | See All (2) »

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Family | Fantasy

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Rated PG for thematic elements and mild language
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28 October 2003 (USA)  »

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Carol Lynley, who plays Grandma in this movie, was also in a Disney movie called The Light in the Forest (1958). See more »

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Referenced in Eagles in the Chicken Coop (2010) See more »

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A cute, cheesy, family film
28 February 2004 | by See all my reviews

I rented this movie thinking it would be the worst I'd ever seen (okay, not the worst, "Ankle Biters" took that prize). I was (mostly) wrong.

It certainly wasn't picture of the year, but it was actually quite entertaining. Several of the actors were a little cheesy and over dramatic, but I think I'll let it go since they were playing evil faerie tale witches and kings. The plot is laughable, but even so I couldn't help but *like* it. A few of the actors were actually not too bad, especially for newcomers, and the movie in it's entirety is something that both kids and adults (and even teenagers) can enjoy.

In a nutshell...cute, cheesy, fun. This is a movie that you can laugh at and still be entranced by.


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