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Laura Spencer and Brendan Fehr were both on the television show Bones. See more »
It is not explained why the choral group singing in Priscilla's apartment building (bursting into song when elevator doors open) appears later in the Christmas tree lot. It is also not explained how they - full of the Christmas spirit - shove their way unthinkingly and rudely into the elevator (while singing), trapping Adam who is obviously trying to follow Wendy out. See more »
Romantic comedy set at Christmas. Can't really fault it, but Brendan Fehr seemed a strange choice for the suave, stiff (and somewhat bemused) hero. Not sure why they chose a gifted character actor for a part that called for so little acting, and with makeup that made him seem like the cousin of Dudley Do-Right. But then, I enjoyed Fehr playing a scruffy flake back in the Roswell days.
Our heroine was a suitably sweet yet spunky young thing with enjoyable friends, and her nemesis boss was E-V-I-L. Many outside characters who seemed entitled to comment on the situation, a smidge of deo ex machina. In other words, nothing you haven't seen before, but basically okay.
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