Kat Emerson could really use a Christmas miracle. The aspiring singer-songwriter may have big dreams, but she has even bigger problems. Treated like a servant by her vain stepmother and ...
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It's Christmastime in Aldovia, and a royal baby is on the way. Amber and Richard host royals from a distant kingdom to renew a sacred truce, but when the treaty vanishes, peace is jeopardized and an ancient curse threatens their family.
Kat Emerson could really use a Christmas miracle. The aspiring singer-songwriter may have big dreams, but she has even bigger problems. Treated like a servant by her vain stepmother and self-involved stepsisters, Kat is forced into a demoralizing job as a singing elf at billionaire Terrence Wintergarden's Santa Land. But there is one bright spot to the job: Nick, the handsome new Santa at the tree lot. When Kat gets invited to the prestigious Wintergarden Christmas Gala, her step-family is determined to prevent her from attending and snag their own invitation. Could an attentive dog, a loyal BFF and a sprinkling of holiday magic help turn things around for Kat? Join Laura Marano (Disney's Austin and Ally), Gregg Sulkin (Marvel's Runaways) and Isabella Gomez (One Day at a Time) in this modern-day re-imagining of the cherished classic, featuring original music and holiday favorites.
This is the last "A Cinderella Story''" installment of the 2010's and it was released on the 15th anniversary of the original A Cinderella Story (2004), starring Hilary Duff. Coincentually, Hilary voices as Princess Crystal in Colorland/Tundra's Christmas production In Search of Santa (2004). See more »
What Elves are For
written by Jordyn Kane, Bryaden Deskins, Colton Fisher, Cameron Marygold, Brandon Stewart, Isaac Lucas, Jason Rabinowitz & Ryan Franks
produced and performed by Math Club & Ryan Franks See more »
So yeah, it's another one of modern teen-Cinderella stories but this time not only with singing and dancing, but also with Christmas involved. Of course it's predictable and full of cliches, but what do you expect? It's pleasant, light and generally ok, even though the leads don't have much screentime together and the chemistry is so so, some of the secondary characters are overacting (as always in Cinderella movies). But well, if know what you're getting yourself into, or you're a minor then you might like it, and there's nothing wrong with it.
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