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While Peter Faulk was a good actor I lost respect for him when he played in this movie. This is one of the dumbest movies ever made. It was made to make fun of angels and show them as being human. The premise of the movie is actually evil and tries to make Christmas something other than what it truly is.The person who wrote the story is more to blame but the fact that it was actually made into a movie with one real actor is appalling . This movie should never be seen by an audience that actually loves Christmas and respects angels.
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