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Steven A. Miller
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If you expect it to be exactly what it is... then you won't be disappointed.
Sure it had a soap opera plot, but I knew exactly what I was asking for when I started watching this movie. Of course it's now an amazing, meaningful Oscar-winning movie, but I don't understand how people even expect that. I mean did you read the title?
As a cute, typical, royal romance and Christmas movie, I think it delivers. Yeah it's cheesy, but of course it is! I watched the first one and it's the same thing! I think it's a charming, cheesy, Christmas romance. That's what I wanted to watch when I started the movie, and that's what I got!
NOT DISAPPOINTED. And Rose McIver is adorable!
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