Help for the Holidays (2012)

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Sara Vancamp ('Eva LaRue') is a busy mom with no Christmas spirit. Christine (Summer Glau), an elf from Santa's village who wonders if there could be more to life than making toys in the ... See full summary »


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  • Summer Glau as an elf helping a family to rediscover the Christmas spirit.
  • Summer Glau stars as Christine Prancer, an elf who travels from the North Pole to Los Angeles in order to lend a helping hand to a family in desesperate need of a holiday makeover. But hardly did she know that she might find love in the process.
  • Help For The Holidays (2012) - Mason Cook, John Brotherton, Izabela Vidovic, Summer Glau
  • Jade Holden on set of a Hallmark movie "Help for the Holidays."
  • From L to R : Mason Cook (Will Vancamp), John Brotherton (Dave Gabriel), Izabela Vidovic (Ally Vancamp) and Summer Glau (Christine Prancer) decorate a big Christmas three with old family ornaments and lights.
  • Help For The Holidays (2012) - Dan Gauthier, Mason Cook, Eva La Rue, Izabela Vidovic

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7 August 2013 | majdic_stojan
10
| Exactly what you want for Christmas
I'm a little late with my review, but still ... To be honest, I watched the movie exclusively because of Summer Glau. Otherwise I'm really not in Christmas movies. So, I started watching the movie with no expectations but to see another good performance of gorgeous Summer Glau. But, who would have thought ... I actually liked a movie! A lot! Not only that Summer's performance was excellent, also other actors delivered very good performances and even the story was good. I actually liked Santa in this one. Sure, you can't expect deep psychological studies, elaborate relationships, social criticism from a Christmas movies. They're here to entertain, to cheer us up and this movie succeeded in each and every aspect. The story's nice, the actors good but what overwhelms the most is really Summer's outstanding performance. It's simply amazing, how she manages to capture the viewer with only a smile and makes even the worse dialogues good (not that there were any bad or stupid dialogues in this movie). I think that she's one of the most underused actresses in this business. It's really funny that she even manages to curb the ratings of the episodes where she has guest appearance. Eva LaRue was also excellent. i know her from CSI:Miami and this was something completely different but she managed it with flying colors. Well done Eva! The other actors were not quite so good (at least for my taste), but still far better than 90% of performances in other movies. Pity that we don't get a sequel this year. It would be nice to see how Christine and Dave managed to fit in into real life or if Vancamps managed to keep the Christmas spirit. Nice movie, meant to entertain and it managed it perfectly.

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