A group of college students stay at school over Christmas to work at a special exhibit in the college's fine art gallery. The students have little in common to each other. When they decide ...
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A group of college students stay at school over Christmas to work at a special exhibit in the college's fine art gallery. The students have little in common to each other. When they decide to hold an unplanned Christmas Eve dinner in the gallery, they stumble into a trio of bumbling thugs planning a Holiday Heist of the exhibit. As the students are held hostage, they are forced to learn about themselves and each other, the spirit of Christmas, and get the courage to work together and fight back to foil the thieves. With heartfelt talks, wild escapes, and Christmas romance -- the night ends up being a Christmas Eve these new friends will never forget! Written by
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I joined this site after researching the horrible movie (A Holiday Heist) if it can be called a movie. It looks and feels like it was made by a bunch of low grade film students. It has horrible acting, unbelievable bad stunts. Stereotypes galore and just a bad, horrible waste of time. Avoid this like the plague. If you want a fun holiday movie I would suggest anything else other than this drivel. Movies don't have to be great films to be enjoyed. For example try watching Christmas Town instead. Even some of the Dean Cain Christmas movies (Defending Santa, Merry Ex-mas) movies are much better than this. Try looking at what movies someone has reviewed in order to determine if they either know what they are talking about or have similar tastes as you.
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