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Christmas Do Over (quick movie review)

Jay Mohr is one of those actors that I love (mostly because of Jane Austen’s Mafia!), but he seems to be doing a straight up Adam Sandler impression in Christmas Do Over. (KInda the way he does an Al Pacino impression in Mafia.) Read the rest of this entry

Finding Mrs. Claus (quick movie review)

Can you handle the combined star power of Mira Sorvino and Laura Vandervoort? Yeah, I thought not. Or rather, you shouldn’t try. Because this movie stinks. Read the rest of this entry

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Snow (movie review)

Snow is an ABC original from 2004. This review is one of those cases where I remember what my mom taught me (“Wash your hands before you eat.” No, not that one. “If you two don’t pop out a grandchild for me, I’m going to freak right the funk out!” No – oh, this one: “If you don’t have anything nice to say, don’t say anything at all.”), but sometimes, you have to defy your mother to honor her. I can’t let her watch this movie without fair (and thorough) warning. Read the rest of this entry

The Nine Lives of Christmas (movie review)

The Nine Lives of Christmas is 2014’s new hotness from the Hallmark Channel. It’s… you know, a Hallmark Channel Christmas movie. Read the rest of this entry

Rudolph and Frosty's Christmas in July (movie review)

July 1, 1979. A day that shall live on forever in infamy. It was on this day that a terrible pox was released upon the suspecting world. They hoped it would never rear it’s ugly head again, but greed is a powerful foe; the allure of advertising dollars for cable networks is too great, and so, the unsuspecting masses were again subjected to Rudolph and Frosty’s Christmas in July.

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Holiday Engagement (movie review)

The Hallmark Channel is back at it again with Holiday Engagement. This movie has a plot that’s been recycled through the rom com genre a million times and isn’t even unique to the Christmas rom com sub genre. (Holiday in Handcuffs, anyone? The title’s even similar – and this movie isn’t nearly as insane as it’s predecessor.) Read the rest of this entry

The Santa Incident (movie review)

On paper, The Santa Incident has a beyond ridiculous premise, yet somehow, the flick works.

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