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The App That Stole Christmas (2020)

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The App that Stole Christmas is a story about Felix Rhome, an inventor, who has created a super powerful App that eases the shopping craze during Christmas by the click of a button. His ... See full summary »

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Monica Floyd

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Peter John (screenplay by), Miriam Bavly (screenplay by) | 2 more credits »
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Credited cast:
Ray J ... Ray
Jackie Long ... Felix Rhome
J. Anthony Brown ... Santa
Jayq Jayq ... JayQ
Elise Neal ... Carly
Miguel A. Núñez Jr. ... Gramps
Jalyn Hall ... Ben Rhome
Anthony McKinley ... Toc
Kacie Rogers ... Chanel
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Phillip Brock ... Board Dir #1
Jermaine Carter ... Isaiah King
Amber Cornish Amber Cornish ... Jessie B.
Amber Starr Cosich ... Jessie B.
Genevieve Helm ... Samantha
Diane Howard ... Ellen Rhome
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The App that Stole Christmas is a story about Felix Rhome, an inventor, who has created a super powerful App that eases the shopping craze during Christmas by the click of a button. His company Bomazon, with its powerful Christmas App, has become a Fortune 100 company, and he is the brains behind it. Although Felix is very proud of what he has created, and the success he has had financially, he gradually discovers that his App is ruining the spirit of Christmas. People have become so obsessed with the Bomazon Christmas App, that they hardly interact with one another. His own family is not immune to this behavior either, and his relationships with his wife, son, and father are suffering. As the story unfolds, Felix becomes a victim of his time-thieving app, and finds himself trapped in Santa's Village Resort. There he encounters a special elf named Ray, who encourages Felix to find the true spirit of Christmas through "presence not presents". After many ups and downs, Felix comes to ...

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Christmas is About Presence, Not Presents!

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Comedy

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The worst movie ive seen in my life
25 November 2020 | by marionoseiSee all my reviews

Throughout the whole movie it seemed like they were freestyling their lines and just saying anything. There were even times in the movie where it seemed like the actors didn't know what the other actor was trying to say/do. Some lines didn't even make sense and I was smacked watching this movie so this movie had to be some bs. I felt like the writers didn't pull through or this movie was rushed. Yall couldve done a lot better cause wtf. The only thing funny was the little trailer they had before you watch the movie of the security guard who accidentally knocked out his boss. Thats what actually made me want to watch the movie in the first place and then I actually watched it and was disappointed.


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USA

Language:

English

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20 November 2020 (USA) See more »

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