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Miss Me This Christmas (2017)

Before finalizing their divorce on Christmas Day, Regina returns to the Chesterton Hotel where Franklin and she were originally married, only to meet an eccentric millionaire whose ... See full summary »

Director:

Kenny Young

Writer:

Yvette Foy
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Credited cast:
Erica Ash ... Regina Young
Redaric Williams ... Franklin Young
Eva Marcille ... Trish McDonald
Allen Maldonado ... Ulysses Danbert
Nathan Davis Jr. ... Thomas Wallace
Mykel Shannon Jenkins ... Chris Dunn
Christiana Leucas ... Alex Palomino
Alysia Livingston ... Dontrella
Richard Gant ... J. J. James
Brely Evans ... Leslie Major
Persia White ... Millicent
Travis Winfrey ... Kevin
Amanda Payton ... Holly
Glen Marzillo Glen Marzillo ... Tony
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Jake Hunter ... Hot guy
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Before finalizing their divorce on Christmas Day, Regina returns to the Chesterton Hotel where Franklin and she were originally married, only to meet an eccentric millionaire whose affection towards her forces Regina to come to grips with the choice she's facing.

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Comedy | Romance

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Part of a joint movie called You Can't Fight Christmas See more »

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Spin-off You Can't Fight Christmas (2017) See more »

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Not so bad...
13 October 2018 | by HippieMoon94See all my reviews

The movie was overall okay, and I was no doubt generous with my final grade. I gave it a six because although the plot was subpar, but the cast was beautiful and there were a few genuinely good and funny moments in the movie. The acting is good, but the dialogue was clunky at best. The most unbelievable part had to be the main couples reasoninng behind filing for the divorce in the first place. Also, a lot of the "feel good/supposed to be good advice" moments in the movie feel far too forced. Eva's acting was the best, she came off both believable and entertaining. Everyone else was just alright, if not utterly cringey at times. The plot was okay at best, and the movie ends on an expectantly happy note. It's basically a straight to TV movie, and that's the mindset it should be viewed with in order to be enjoyed. It's nothing to write home about, but it's alright.


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English

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3 December 2017 (USA) See more »

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Miss Me This Christmas See more »

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