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The story of driven, heartless, publishing executive Carol Huffman, who on Christmas Eve is visited by the ghost of her former boss, Eve. Eve tells Carol that she has lost sight of the things that are truly important in life and that she is there to show her the errors of her ways. Eve explains that normally there would be three ghosts for the job, but due to budget cutbacks, she is in charge of Carol's journey through her past, present and future. Written by
As Eve (Carrie Fisher) is walking Carol through the bookstore in one of past memories, you can plainly see a "Star Wars" book. This is of course a reference to the movie that made Carrie Fisher famous as she played "Princess Leia" in the first Star Wars trilogy. See more »
(at around 7 mins) Kendra tells Carol, "She's [Tanya] a single mom with two kids." (at around 58 mins) Carol and Eve are looking through Tanya's window and Carol says, "I didn't know she had kids." See more »
You have a little lamp post on your face.
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"A Christmas Carol" gets another (and uninspired) re-telling. This time we get an American Setting with "Carol" being the Scrooge.
Now the first time I viewed this film was when it premiered on THE HALLMARK CHANNEL. I didn't remember it. Last year I bought a 4 Movie Christmas Pack this was in it. I bought that set because it had 2 other films that I like.
Now I watched this film again a few days after Carrie's and Debbie's Passing. Since Carrie plays an angel I thought it was perfect film to watch.
Well the film was a typical Hallmark Movie. Carrie however is great but had she had written the screenplay it would of been fantastic.
Now in this film we still get the "Christmas Past Present and Future" but this time its just one ghost and its played by Carrie.
I will admit that watching this film took on a weird vibe because of the fact Carrie just die and in this film she talks about death.
Now most of are familiar with "A Christmas Carol". SO we all know the story inside and out. I wish they could of done something else with the story.
Maybe one day we will.
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