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A Golden Christmas 3 follows a free spirit threatr director, Heather
Hartly played very well by the talented Shantel VanSanten. She has
hopes to being a Broadway theatre director until her childhood
sweetheart returns to town from the navel, Bobby also played very well
by Rob Mayes. Rob Mayes is very handsome, I wouldn't be surprised if
this movie makes him the next Hollywood hunk and he so much on screen
charisma. Shantel VanSanten is very adorable in this role, my favorite
scene in the movie with her when she was on the beach with her puppy,
she was cute.
This romantic comedy is very cute, Rob Mayes & Shantel VanSanten both had fantastic chemistry together and you really believed they really loved each other. There is a scene where they really showed off their acting chops emotionally.
Nikki Deloach is downright adorable and hilarious as Julia. Her chem with Shantel was also very genuine. You could tell Julia really cared about Heather and wanted the best for her.
I highly recommend this movie. Think its way better than the first 2 golden Christmas movies. Plus the puppies are adorable. So if you like cute dogs, romantic comedies, holiday movies than check this out.
10/10 stars for me.
It was an impossible task. Director Michael Fiefer was asked to helm a
follow-up to the greatest and most heart-warming Christmas classic of
the modern era. Of course, I am speaking of the perplexingly straight-
to-DVD holiday standard Golden Christmas 2.
Compared to that mighty standard, perhaps the most technically perfect script ever committed to celluloid, and despite the remarkable performance of Orson Bean as "Mr. Cole," Golden Christmas franchise fans around the world are today scratching their heads in a communal sigh of "hmm?!"
Mark Famiglietti, who plays "Roger," was hopelessly miscast, for starters. If I never see another Golden Retriever-centric Christmas film with Mark Famiglietti again, that would be just peachers, IMHO.
And my second and final complaint is that there just aren't enough dogs in this film. Compared to a motion picture like Hotel for Dogs, which promised at least as much hotel as dog representation but far over- delivered on the latter, I have to say that there is just too much Christmas in this film, not enough Golden. KNOW WHAT I MEAN?
Would not watch again.
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