Ginger Holiday, a social media influencer and the queen of Christmas, damages her face and stays off her social media account. She starts losing followers and is in danger of losing her ...
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Ginger Holiday, a social media influencer and the queen of Christmas, damages her face and stays off her social media account. She starts losing followers and is in danger of losing her sponsorship so her agent Derek sets up a fake engagement with bad boy Beau Bradley to win back her followers.
This is parody, so everything is exaggerated and ridiculous. All the characters are likewise. It's obvious none of it is supposed to be taken seriously
For me, Christmas movies are like comfort food. I want warm and fuzzy. I don't want constant negativity and mean spirited selfish people. There's probably a place for it, but that's not for me. Fortunately, like all these movies, the animosity and meanness between the leads disappears almost instantly and with no discernable reason, except for an occasional defensive reaction by Ginger.
I can't say much about the acting except that everyone talks too fast.
There were some funny moments. For instance, the food fight. (I wonder if that was a parody on snow ball fights.)
After all the silliness, there is the usual kind of romance story.
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