Nope, I will not allow all the negative comments and reviews influence my wish of watching CHRISTMAS EVE. I don’t care if it looks like Valentine’s Day, Love Actually or any other good romantic-comedy movie, I don’t care if it looks like it’s meant for Christian propaganda, Christmas Eve is meant for what the title suggests: to be watched on Christmas Eve, it has an yuletide theme and I love anything about this. Anything.


They tried over and over again to compare this movie with Dickens and Sartre’s works, to criticize and give it new meanings when everything about this film looks fresh, decent, and perfect to watch by both adults and children. It seems to have great lines, from what I can tell after watching the trailer.

The film is directed by Mitch Davis and it stars Patrick Stewart, James Roday, Julianna Guill, Jon Heder, Cheryl Hines, Gary Cole, Christina Chong, Max Casella, Juliet Aubrey, David Bamber and Jenny Oaks Baker.

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