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4/10
drastic change in tone
19 July 2019
Chemical scientist Lorenzo Xavier Vega (Desi Arnaz) marries famous rich socialite Susan (Lucille Ball). Their marriage grows cold over the years. He fights with his in-laws and the couple has a blow up. A guardian angel (James Mason) appears to her which only she can see and has taken the image of a movie star.

With their TV show closer to the end than the beginning, this TV royalty continues to try to be movie couple stars. The marriage troubles keep it from being funny. The first half is angry and sad. The angel has some comedic potential but it's not really there. Then the couple tries to turn it 180 into a screwball comedy. The change is odd and weird. The concept has the potential to be a feel-good sentimental melodrama. The comedic attempt only saps the seriousness of the first half. This movie is constructed wrong.
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4/10
falling flat
19 July 2019
Veteran skydivers Mike Rettig (Burt Lancaster) and Joe Browdy (Gene Hackman) are barnstorming the midwest organizing their own skydiving shows. Malcolm Webson (Scott Wilson) is their young orphan assistant. They use various methods to promote their July 3rd jump near the town of Bridgeville, Kansas. College student Annie Burke (Bonnie Bedelia) rents a room from Malcolm's uncle and aunt (Deborah Kerr, William Windom).

With director John Frankenheimer, this movie has plenty of talent. Most of it seems to be wasted in a rather flat drama. There isn't much tension. There's no drive. There is some romantic melodrama but it's not terribly compelling. It's as slow as Burt and Deborah taking an evening walk. Even the skydiving is lackluster. It's disappointing to see so many greats being wasted.
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Missing Link (2019)
8/10
love the characters
19 July 2019
In late 19th century London, Sir Lionel Frost (Hugh Jackman) is desperate to be accepted into The Optimates Club, a society of explorers. After a heroic failure with Loch Ness, his assistant Lint quits in frustration. Arrogant club leader Lord Piggot-Dunceby (Stephen Fry) opposes Frost's entry or anything new so Frost challenges him to a bet. He would find evidence of the mythical Sasquatch after which Piggot-Dunceby would allow him entry. He travels to America and quickly finds the creature (Zach Galifianakis) who turns out to be highly intelligent and very lonely. He promises to find the creature's distant relatives, Yetis living in the Himalayas, but he needs the map to Shangri-La from Adelina Fortnight (Zoe Saldana). The group is pursued by Piggot-Dunceby's bounty hunter Willard Stenk (Timothy Olyphant) who intends to stop them any way possible.

I love the animation and I love the characters. Laika has been excellent. Frost has a fun kind of arrogance. It's too bad that Lint leaves quickly after that introduction. He could have been a fun sidekick. After spending so much screen time on Lint, it's a mistake to abandon the character. Nevertheless, I love the characters. Susan is fun. It's all a fun adventure. There are a couple of minor issues with the plot. It's mostly another great film from Laika.
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6/10
Desi and Lucy
19 July 2019
Tacy (Lucille Ball) and Nicholas Collini (Desi Arnaz) are engaged to be married. She is concerned that his work forces him to move constantly and she suggests getting a mobile trailer home. What starts as an easy alternative turns into a series of complications.

Lucy and Desi are in the middle of their I Love Lucy run and at the height of their comedic power. The husband wife dynamics remain the same. Desi is doing more of the physical humor although Lucy gets plenty muddy. A flaky Lucy is funnier than a flustered Desi. She should be less level-headed for the comedy. Her cooking in a moving trailer is probably the highlight. There is natural beauty and they do a little singing. Overall, there is general mayhem and some fun. A fan of the TV show would probably love this.
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6/10
quirky
19 July 2019
Claire (Judy Greer) is the overprotective single mom of teenager Liam Heap (Daniel Doheny). She is dismissive of public high schools and has been homeschooling Liam everything including sex. He is book smart and headed for Cambridge to study Astrophysics following his hero Stephen Hawking. MacKenzie (Grace Park) is a fellow homeschool mom and Autumn is her even weirder daughter. The kids are at the local high school to take the Graduation Equivalency Exam. Liam falls for public school student, the one-legged Anastasia (Siobhan Williams) and deliberately tanks his test. He pushes his way to be a temporary student taking over sick Maria Sanchez's schedule. Everyone starts calling him Maria. Claire sees this as teenage rebellion and decides to teach it as part of his curriculum.

This is quirky and sometimes funny. Judy Greer is one of the best comedic actresses around. Daniel Doheny is a nice lead but he looks way too good. If anything, this needs more quirkiness. He needs to look nerdier. In general, the whole movie needs more. I love the premise but it needs to shoot for Napoleon Dynamite. There is plenty of potential of achieving that. There is a shocking surreal moment with a fetal pig well into the movie. It needs to do more and earlier or not at all. Either inanimate objects talk to him or they don't. For the students, Siobhan is a great ingenue but the others are lacking. It would have been great if Autumn joined Liam to attend high school. The gay friend needs to be more friend and less annoying. The bully needs to be more buff and younger. He looks like a 80s porn star with a 70s stach. Also, there is a general use of 80s motif like an old computer and an old family car which creates an odd feel in the modern world. The off-centre camera style is also part of that. The lighting is too bright at the school. The editing needs to be sharper and quicker to add pace and quirkiness to the style. It needs to be tighter which would shorten the under ninety minutes running time. The movie needs a few more stories and that's why I would love some more from Autumn. Quite frankly, MacKenzie is fun at the party and the movie needs more of her. There are many very good parts and this works on the whole.
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5/10
stripped-down horror
18 July 2019
Cindy (Christina Hendricks) and Mike (Martin Henderson) have had a tough year with their rebellious daughter Kinsey (Bailee Madison). Their son Luke (Lewis Pullman) is college age. They are taking a road trip to uncle Marv's trailer park. The community seems to be deserted and Cindy finds a note from uncle Marv. The family settles into their trailer. A girl knocks on the door and asks for Tamara.

This horror franchise traffics in a stripped-down B-horror construction. There are no reasons and there is little setup. It could be an interesting concept but it still hasn't really hooked me. When a horror is this stripped down, every little problem is that much more noticeable. The first problem is Bailee Madison. At no point do I believe that she is a problem child. From her public persona, she wouldn't know how to be a bad girl. It's all pretend and it feels wrong. At one point, Luke calls her out for not smoking properly. It's a bit of meta burn like the script is saying she's wrong for the role. With so little back story, any little thing that rings wrong really rings wrong. After that, there are various problematic horror tropes. As always, they split up for no good reason. They should simply go get their car and drive. I do like the cell phones solution but I would also extend that solution to their vehicle. I am leery of the gun which gives Mike too much power in a horror movie. I was hoping that the bullets have been replaced with blanks or the gun would explode upon firing. It needs a twist. There are too many instances where the killers should be spotted in the background but the characters apparently have no peripheral vision. It's a little annoying that the killers could throw something at the windshield which immediately causes the car to crash. The place is mostly open fields and empty roads. It's one trope that I don't like. As a no fuss B-horror, this is fine but even at such a short running time, I find myself itching for it to end.
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8/10
journey into darkness
18 July 2019
Six women have gone missing in the town of Chillicothe, Ohio. Four have turned up dead. Documentary filmmaker Joe Berlinger follows the open investigations without knowing to where it all leads. It is a tale of drug addiction and prostitution in the American rust belt.

At first, it seems to be a simple true crime show. I figured that a serial killer is killing prostitutes like any number of fictional network TV shows. This Spike TV series just kept on going. With each new victim, the show reveals a devastating picture of death and destruction in the American heartland. It's a cancer spreading and metastasizing from the Oxy crisis. Quite frankly, it is one of the darkest series I've seen on TV. It's harsher than most of the advocacy specials on drugs, prostitution, and human trafficking. The murders really highlight the damage and they also provide a mystery for the audience. It's a real world journey into the heart of darkness.
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7/10
a pure time capsule
17 July 2019
This is a documentary of the Apollo missions sending mankind to the moon. It is all footage from NASA contemporary to the landings which some have never been publicly shown. There is no overall narration from a British commentator. It does include audio interviews with the astronauts during the 70's. The overall effect is a purity of experience and knowledge. There is minute slant in the footage. It's not colored by modern day events like the Challenger disaster. If anything, it's like a time capsule. It's behind the scene footage in mission control. It's lesser seen footage with the astronauts. It is a moment in world history inside the bubble. It's eerie and hypnotic.
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2/10
bad
17 July 2019
In the near future, survivors of a spaceship disaster find themselves stranded on a desolate planet filled with ravenous dinosaurs. That was once a TV show called On the Lot. It was a competition show for aspiring filmmakers. One of them was semi-competent in creating consumer grade CGI and everybody was amazed by his work. Ten years later, the CGI here is inferior to that. This has to be a film by recent film school graduates. They've gathered a bunch of their friends and gone out into the desert with some leftover props. It's all pretty bad. Let's face it. Nobody is expecting much and we don't get much of anything good.
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5/10
Lew Ayres' handwringing not funny
17 July 2019
Bumbling salesman Henry Twinkle manages to sell a big $50k life policy. His girlfriend Mary Blake pushes him to get a raise so that they can get married. That's when he reads in the newspaper about his big customer Gus Fender being a criminal with a $25k bounty on his head. The insurance company is in danger of losing a big payout and Henry is sent to track down Gus. Gus must not die. Gus' girl Lila Hanley contacts him and he does a deal with Gus.

Henry Twinkle is pretty fun to start off with. The silly premise seems full of potential fun. I can see a fun buddy road comedy coming out of this where Henry finds Gus and spends the rest of the movie bumbling his way into saving Gus over and over again. The plot gets a little too complicated with the bounty and the deal with Gus, not in a good way. The sitcom writing is a little flat and Henry is too pathetic to be funny. Lew Ayres may not be the one to pull off this comedic role. He grows more and more annoying in his handwringing cluelessness. The acting is all very broad. In the end, Henry's hemming and hawing is too pathetic. He's not funny and the movie falls flat.
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Not With My Daughter (2014 TV Movie)
3/10
bad characterization
16 July 2019
High-profile defense attorney Melissa Eco (Ally Sheedy) wants to change her image after her rich client gets away with rape. Her rebellious teen daughter Abby (Annie Clark) does not approve. Melissa takes on the case for homeless Greg Milles (Rhys Ward). He's accused of killing a girl during a home robbery. He blames the killing on his drug addicted partner Dennis Brunner (Erik Knudsen). As Melissa's investigating raises more questions, she finds Abby has fallen in with Greg's gang.

Ally Sheedy plays it way too innocent in the beginning. She's a harden lawyer and she shouldn't be so easily convinced by the guy. Rhys Ward looks way too guilty which adds to the unreality of Melissa's belief in her client. Erik Knudsen would work much better in that role. Everybody is so sketchy that it's unbelievable that Melissa doesn't notice. This needs to be a mystery where the audience gets shocked by Greg's guilt. Instead, none of this is realistic especially Melissa. An experienced defense lawyer wouldn't be like that unless she's the type who only defends the innocent which she is not. It's a lot of disbelief.
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7/10
nice animated show
16 July 2019
This Netflix animated series is created by Guillermo del Toro. Unbeknownst to humans, trolls live under the town of Arcadia. Their chosen hero Trollhunter battles various dark forces from the Darklands. The present Trollhunter gets defeated leaving behind his magical amulet. Teenagers Jim and his bumbling best friend Toby find the amulet which chooses Jim to be the new and only human Trollhunter mentored by trolls Blinky and AARRRGGHH!!!. He has a crush on classmate Claire Nuñez.

Guillermo del Toro has a great eye for design. I don't know how involved he is with this show. I can see that the trolls have a certain del Toro vibe. The trio of kids are perfect simple hero characters and their troll friends are solid personalities. The story is pretty good for the first season. It's fun and I loved it after one season. I like the animation style and that season ends by defeating the villain. The second and third seasons drag a little as the show keeps inventing new adventures for the heroes. This is a very well-made animated show on Netflix. It ends after 3 seasons as del Toro continues with the other two parts, 3Below and Wizards, of the Arcadia trilogy.
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My New Best Friend (2015 TV Movie)
7/10
wow that was sad
16 July 2019
Cooper Brawn (James Denton) is a carefree K-9 cop who still cares for his ex-fiancé Samantha Phillips (Laura Mennell) despite breaking up due to his lack of responsible life planning. Little girl Polka-dot is new in town and trying to find work. Cooper reluctantly pays out of his own pocket for her to take care of an old bloodhound. She lives with her sick mother who are on the run from her abusive father. When her mother is hospitalized, she keeps various secrets to stay out of social services following in the footsteps of her literary hero, Huckleberry Finn.

Wow, that was sad. I was expecting a kid's movie and this is dealing with a serious issue. The light background music fits more of a light-hearted kiddie movie. There is one moment when I couldn't figure out what Polka-dot is doing when the paramedics arrive. It's a short moment of confusion which could have been alleviated with Polka-dot having an inner voice. It could explain what she's planning at the time. As for the ending, some of it gets dragged out. It already packs a big punch and it needs to land that punch more effectively.
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Veronika Voss (1982)
7/10
German art house
16 July 2019
It's 1955 Munich. Veronika Voss is a former UFA movie star. She is surprised that reporter Robert Krohn doesn't know her famous past and they have an affair. He does a story about her and uncovers a dark story of addiction orchestrated by her doctor Marianne Katz. He recruits his girlfriend Henriette to go undercover to get morphine from Katz.

Director Rainer Werner Fassbinder delivers a dark story of faded glory much like Sunset Boulevard. Rosel Zech delivers a performance worthy of Marlene Dietrich. The black and white cinematography delivers a surreal vision of the past. It is dark, German, art house, and depressing. It is worthy of cinephiles.
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6/10
screwball ridiculousness
15 July 2019
Bumbling bank teller Wilbur Meeley (Joe Penner) lets out the bank's secret vault to a gang of robbers casing the joint. He wins a trailer and pulls it home under his own power. His wife Carol (Lucille Ball) is no fan of the trailer and sends him to sleep in it. That night, the robbers come back for the vault. As they make their escape, they find and hook up the trailer pretending to be a family on vacation. Wilbur becomes the clueless prisoner of the gang. Carol reports him missing but the manager accuses Wilbur of being the one who stole the $50k.

I've never heard of Joe Penner who is a long forgotten vaudeville star during the Depression era. I can see his wacky voice being funny on the radio. As a movie lead, he's a bit schlubby. He's no leading man. He's more a comedic sidekick. The screwball comedy plot is a mess of convenient encounters and random connections. I'm not sure if it actually makes sense or that it matters. It gets more and more crazy. I actually admire the random sitcom plotting. The biggest aspect is of course Lucille Ball. She's a tall drink of water with a very unique voice. She has her moments even as a side character. She's kinda pretty and can really work her comedic face. This is not necessarily laugh out loud today although I can see the audience of yesteryear having a good time.
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7/10
Buster's good
15 July 2019
Bumbling wealthy landlord Mr. Harmon (Buster Keaton) is surprised to find his property fall into chaos caused by rowdy kids. Margie Kelly comes to aid of her little brother and knocks Harmon down. It's love at first sight for him. He decides to help the kids to win her over. It's tougher than he imagined with Margie's brother Clipper working with criminal Butch.

Silent super star Buster Keaton had mixed results during the sound era. This film is one of his successes. It does allow Buster to do his physical comedy. It's relatively funny although the seriousness of Clipper's dilemma is not that fun. Buster is still physically impressive. I do miss a large constructed stunt. While this is not at the level of his silent classics, this does allow Buster to play his character and be the butt of the joke. The romance is nice. It's not high class but Buster does his work well.
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The Sweetest Christmas (2017 TV Movie)
6/10
sweet Lacey
15 July 2019
Kylie Watson (Lacey Chabert) is trying to start her own cake business and expecting a marriage proposal from boyfriend Alex. He brings her to a pizza place owned by her high school boyfriend Nick. Instead of a marriage proposal, Alex offers her a promotion. Disappointed, she breaks up with him. She gets into the American Gingerbread Competition and needs Nick's oven.

I actually like Alex trying to fix it. It's not the greatest move. It could have been funny. Of course, Kylie has to go with the hunkier guy and on top of that, he has a cute little boy. Lacey Chabert is super sweet and that's the central heart of this Hallmark romance. Otherwise, I don't think this would work. I don't really like Nick. She makes it work. She is so up that she uplifts the whole movie. In the end, that's all that matters in this type of movies.
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Gidget (1959)
7/10
fresh waves
14 July 2019
Francie Lawrence (Sandra Dee) is sixteen going on seventeen. She follows her friends who are out manhunting at the beach. She gets in trouble while swimming and gets rescued by surfer Moondoggy (James Darren). Her father tries to set her up with a proper gentleman but all she wants to do is surf. She befriends The Big Kahuna (Cliff Robertson) who follows the waves around the globe. The guys give her the nickname Gidget, girl plus midget.

I'm a little surprised by some of the rougher edges. I was expecting Frankie and Annette but this has a few aspects that are more interesting. The fact that she starts out more as a tomboy is interesting. The fact that she's surfing is outright ahead of its time. The Big Kahuna's globetrotting beach bum lifestyle is interesting. The guys taking in the little girl as one of their own is interesting. This does usher in the new genre of beach party movies. It's tiki torches and long wood surf boards. It does get into an uncomfortable age difference. It would have been great if Kahuna is simply joking around from the start. It is still struggling with some old fashion romantic entanglements. This is a very good teen movie and starting a new genre deserves some praise.
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Once Upon a Holiday (2015 TV Movie)
4/10
problem princess
14 July 2019
Katie (Briana Evigan) is a reluctant princess. She's tired of being over-scheduled and wants to see the sights in New York. She sneaks away from her aunt and gets robbed on the streets. Nice guy Jack Langdon (Paul Campbell) tries to help but the thieves get away with her purse and her old camera. He tries to help her navigate the big city and she keeps her identity a secret.

It's always a little wrong to have Canada for New York although modern cities are more uniform than before. I don't particularly like this princess. She's a little too old to be so clueless and so tired of responsibilities. That sort of story is better done with teenage princesses. Quite frankly, it would make more sense if she has amnesia. Evigan has the constant smile necessary for the role but the role isn't good. It may not fit the Hallmark brand other than the simplistic romance. Also nobody steals old cameras. I do like the Santa Claus community but the movie doesn't follow that up with the couple doing Elf duties. At least, that could have been fun.
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Peanuts (2014– )
6/10
newspapers not specials
14 July 2019
This is a France-produced animated series of the iconic franchise. It is mostly a series of tiny vignettes that are reminiscent of the classic newspaper strips. They are around one minute each that animates a three or four comic strip panels. The animation style is also reminiscent of the comic strip. It is nostalgic in that sense although the episodes don't each have the singular story of the classic specials. It may be more appropriate to fit the shows to its medium. It needs more of the specials and less of the newspaper strips.
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6/10
the Evergreen shared universe
14 July 2019
Lisa (Jill Wagner) and Oliver are retail experts in Boston. She takes a quick trip to her hometown of Evergreen. She left as a kid and she finds the beloved general store had closed a year earlier. The store owner had passed away and the mayor is trying to sell it to the right owner. She has a meet-cute with local Kevin Miller (Mark Deklin) over a truck breakdown and hires him to do the remodeling. They find an old key and a 25 year old letter to Santa from KM. Allie is visiting Florida and Michelle gets set up. It's the Evergreen shared universe from Hallmark. That's a good idea if done properly. It needs a stable of regulars with some connecting story elements. It is very Hallmark. You get what is expected and nothing more.
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3/10
unnecessary remake
14 July 2019
Tom and Vic kidnap Stella and hold her for ransom. This is a remake of The Disappearance of Alice Creed (2009). There is no reason to remake that movie unless they get a bigger star to play the female lead. Gemma Arterton is a relative star. Jella Haase is definitely smaller. There is no point in making a British indie into a smaller American indie. As for any tension, one better not have seen the original. By the midway point, I stop paying attention. Things happen. I don't approve. Grade gets lower and lower. It's not as bad as Psycho but it's in the same league.
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6/10
based on true events
14 July 2019
It's 1974, three weeks before the infamous murders. Ronnie DeFeo (Paul Ben-Victor) and Louise DeFeo (Diane Franklin) have five children; college-age Butch (John Robinson), Dawn (Chelsea Ricketts), Allison, Marc, and Jody. Butch and Dawn are calling upon the spirits in the red room. Ronnie has nefarious dealings and brutally beats his family. Butch has nightmarish visions and continues to deteriorate. Butch is sick and alone at home on Halloween. The house is ransacked and Ronnie's money is stolen from his safe.

This is based on true events. As always, one has to take it with a good helping of salt. It comes with the supernatural anyways so the pretense is pretty thin. At least, it's trying to fit the true story in and around the spirit world. The most compelling part may be the return of Diane Franklin. This really should be the story of Dawn. She's the 'normal' character and the story could be seen through her eyes. The supernatural part should be in question for the majority of the movie. The drama isn't there. As a horror, it could be much better. There is potential but it's concentrating on the wrong character.
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Road to Christmas (2018 TV Movie)
5/10
pretty bland
14 July 2019
In LA, TV producer Maggie Baker (Jessy Schram) works for home style guru Julia Wise (Teryl Rothery). With pressure from the network, Julia needs to change the Christmas special and recalls her son Danny (Chad Michael Murray) to the show. He used to produce the show before Maggie's time. Maggie's secret plan is to reunite the three Wise brothers for Julia.

It's the classic romantic clash of a devil-may-care cad and an uptight heroine. There isn't much more than that here. It's a Hallmark Christmas romance special. On a super superficial take, Jessy Schram used to play the fragile ingenue or the damsel in distress. Her stick figure really sells her fragility. That persona goes away over time. Quite frankly, Matreya Scarrwener may be a better fit for the role. Both would be fine. The romance is fine but it's nothing super. The premise is not that pun worthy. Also the other brothers are not the most charismatic. At the very least, they need to be comic relief. This is generally pretty bland although the family reunion is pretty sweet.
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Christmas in Evergreen (2017 TV Movie)
6/10
no drama romance
14 July 2019
The town of Evergreen is home to a magic Christmas globe. Veterinarian Allie Shaw (Ashley Williams) is moving to DC for a new job at a big clinic and spending time with her ex Spencer. She makes a wish on the globe and situations conspire to keep her stuck in town. Michelle (Holly Robinson Peete) is her best friend who is taking over the Christmas festival. Ryan Bellamy (Teddy Sears) and his daughter Zoe are passing through town to fly to Florida. Zoe makes a wish on the globe. They run into Allie at the airport. Flights are canceled. The road out is blocked. No one can come in for the Christmas festival and no one can leave.

This is a Hallmark Christmas romance. It is a no drama special. There are no big surprises. Ashley Williams is super sweet. Teddy Sears is perfectly nice. It is hot sugary chocolate and it doesn't even have the marshmallows for fun. It does what it sets up to do. It does not offend. It does not challenge. It is a dash of magic and a batch of sugar cookies. It is Christmas at its nicest and safest.
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