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I thoroughly enjoyed this made-for-TV Christmas movie. This was the first movie I've watched with Emmanuelle Vaugier and I hope to see her again. She was a refreshing character and her sweet demeanor was believable.
Vaugier plays an ad executive that gets fired before Christmas. She goes to what she thinks is another ad exec job interview, but it ends up being an interview for a nanny. She accepts the job anyway and teaches the wealthy, sheltered children what it's really like to have fun. She also finds love in the process with Richard Ruccolo's character.
I usually do not enjoy movies with children as main characters, but the children in this movie were pretty decent actors. And by that I mean they acted like real children, unlike child actors that act too adult-like for their own age. They were also well-behaved (which was really nice) and pleasant.
Dean Cain was not a main character in this movie and should not be on the cover. I don't know who this guy is, but he is a horrible actor. His overacted facial expressions made me cringe. He also tried playing an aggressive, firm corporation owner, but ended up playing a complete a**hole. He was really unenjoyable. The children's mother, Cynthia Gibb, was also a little too stuck-up for my liking. Kind of ruins the Christmas feel.
Overall, I enjoyed this movie. Vaugier and Ruccolo had great chemistry and the message the movie sends was a good one.
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