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O Come, All Ye Faithful
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I thought it was well acted, very sweet, and romantic. Kaitlin Leeb was excellent, and perfect for the part. Refreshing to see a movie so simple and pure, but with enough mystery and character to keep the viewers interested. This film doesn't take itself too seriously, it simply tells a sweet Christmas story.
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