Christmas Cupid (2010)

TV Movie   |  PG-13   |    |  Comedy, Family, Fantasy

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Sloane is a beautiful, stylish woman on the fast track to success in her public relations firm when a starlet client, Caitlin, dies. Caitlin immediately becomes Sloane's own personal "Jacob... See full summary »



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14 December 2017 | mgratk
| Like a lump of coal in your stocking, but less merry.
No spoilers here unless you're unfamiliar with A Christmas Carol, as this thing, um TV movie, is an attempted retelling. What we have here are actors who are either unskilled or wholly uninspired(and if so, no one can blame them). They mostly sleepwalk through a soul-less, shallow, Christmas Carol in which Scrooge learns to become slightly less selfish, morally bankrupt, and generally horrible to the mostly equally horrible people in her life. Instead of feeding the poor and starving, our Scrooge here redeems herself by feeding celebrities via gift certificates to a restaurant . Really. The best part of the movie is when Jacob Marley/Cupid makes her grand final exit. I was laughing, though the scene was intended to be grand and touching. Redeeming qualities? Well, hmm. OK, the cast are pretty much all eye candy. The lighting and camera work were fine for a TV movie. And I give it points for making me laugh for feeling like the bad boyfriend dodged a bullet while the good guy got stuck with a lifetime of misery. All in all, no Christmas spirit to be found here, and not much of a cupid. I think they called it Christmas Cupid because Christmas Stupid was too honest.

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