Last Christmas Movie review: Critics Review, Rating, Cast and Crew

Director Paul Feig's "Last Christmas" is for romance junkies. Packed with frothy soppiness, it is a rehash of the clumsiest-meets-cute formula.

Set in the backdrop of Christmas in London, it tells us the story of Kate (Emilia Clarke), a 26-year-old Yugoslavian settled in the UK. She is endearing but clumsy to the core. She wants to be a professional singer, but works in a store selling Christmas decorations because that's the only job she manages to cling on to.

Despite having a family, she prefers to be homeless because her concerned, neurotic mother has literally driven her entire family away.

In this chaotic life of hers, she meets, the handsome and charming Tom Webster (Henry Golding), who is annoyingly mysterious, understanding and constantly giving her unsolicited life lessons. How she gradually falls ? hook, line and sinker ? for him, forms the crux of the narrative.

Written by Emma Thompson and Bryony Kimmings,

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