A Christmas Wedding Date
After being fired, Rebecca hours back to her old home town to attend her friends wedding on Christmas Eve and visit her mother. But when she tries to return home she finds she must relive Christmas Eve over and over until she gets it right.
- Stars:Marla Sokoloff, Chris Carmack, Catherine Hicks, George Wendt, Vanessa Lee Evigan, Chelan Simmons, Lenny Jacobson, David DeLuise, Kristen Clement, Michael Dunn, Levi Fiehler, Daniel Booko, Stuart Pankin, Ted Monte, Dylan Vox,
- Director:Fred Olen Ray,
- Writer:Jeffrey Schenck (story), Peter Sullivan (story), Peter Sullivan (screenplay), Fred Olen Ray (screenplay)
Ten years after leaving her small town for big-city success, a woman returns for a friend's Christmas Eve wedding... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
A Christmas Wedding Date torrent reviews
(mx) wrote: Dan Eberle plays the good guy having to do bad things to survive. You cannot help but want him to live and find a better life. Finally he has a chance to save a girl and get her back to her father. To do so he must do more bad things. I kept thinking that Dan would be a great choice for a new Billy Jack film. Rumor was that a script was in the making a coupe years ago. On the down side: Way too much swearing and tough-guy machismo from some of the other characters. The F bombs just start to become tiresome. Dan E. pulls this film out of the quagmire by his character. Great job Dan. dd
(us) wrote: Interesting and well-researched. I wish it had been edited for longer attention spans.
(us) wrote: I really wanted to like this. But I find it rather fake and worse, boring. The actresses are very good though, especially Susan Lynch.
(br) wrote: Really good movie. Pathetic police action, but movie illustrated good and different causes and showed how biased and stereotypical society is.
(kr) wrote: Can't believe someone Flixsters thought this wasn't stellar. They probably hated YOU'RE GONNA MISS ME, too. Genghis Blues is low-budget true, but it's also inspiring without flash. I watched with again with friends last night and thought it was even better than when ten years ago.
(ag) wrote: After seeing Elizabeth I and The Queen, I had hopes of a great story based on this fascinating leader. The film seemed to merely touch upon these fascets and then move quickly onto a new topics, without thread of story or any depth.This was quite a disappointing movie, one that had so much potential. It appeared to be like a anitquated period VOGUE shoot more than anything else. The last 20 mins. were ghastly.
(fr) wrote: It's no Tremors, but for extreme cheese fanatics this movie can be quite entertaining. ONLY FOR EXTREME CHEESE-ISTS THOUGH! John Saxon rules!
(ru) wrote: It was Stickier...Ickier..and Ok scary nasty...lol DirtyRed1010
(it) wrote: A brilliant character study that flows through a specific time in a woman's life rather than a story. This is why I feel like staying with the homeless people for so long feels out of place, but other than that this masterful piece of cinema deserves to be watched by more people than it seems. Viridiana is a woman who's about to become a nun, but her uncle who has funded her for a long time wants a weekend visit with her and she seems quite hesitant. Don Jaime's a lonely man with so much money he doesn't know what to do with it and a huge house that he lives in with his servant and no one else. When Viridiana visits him she's reserved in the way she presents herself. She's grateful, but at the same time he has been absent her entire life. Why should she just change the way she feels because he wants a visit? Bunuel plays with characters speaking one thing but meaning something else quite a bit. There are secrets amongst them. Viridiana says she forgives Uncle Jaime but we can tell she still has bitter feelings about their history. She has every right to be bitter, and it doesn't help that Don Jaime wants to marry her. He wants to see her in his dead wife's wedding dress, which is such a beautiful scene. And that night he asks her to marry him, and even drugs her coffee so that she'll fall asleep and he can do what he wants to her. Ramona, the maid, feels strange about this, but Don Jaime's such a good man that he deserves whatever he wants. He has been lonely for too long. Luckily he doesn't do anything and confesses everything the next day. This prompts Viridiana to leave and go back to the nunnery, but since she won't take Don Jaime as her husband he decides to kill himself. Once dead, part of the house goes to Viridiana and the biggest part of the house goes to his son whom he never saw. Viridiana, too guilt stricken to go back to the convent, decides to turn her part of the house into a homeless shelter. We see how the homeless treat a man with leprosy poorly, and how they treat others just like wealthy people do. People are people is the moral here, and the way we treat each other is shitty. Don Jaime's son, Jorge, doesn't want the homeless there. He can't trust them. Jorge moves in with his girlfriend, but that doesn't last long. He becomes interested in his cousin, Viridiana. She has this sexual pull that makes all the men want her. Poor girl, she's almost raped twice in this film and all the guys stare at her with savage eyes. All she wants is to be pure for the Lord. But after the big screwup in the house with the homeless people when Viridiana leaves, she gets angry. How can they be so disrespectful? But the anger can't last long because they capture her and Jorge to steal money from them and rape her. By the way, the homeless party scene has a great shot that resembles The Last Supper, and since this is surrealism it doesn't really have a point. It's just a funny little gag. But after all this Viridiana loses her faith and in the end we see her in regular clothes and subjecting herself to gambling, and probably sexual relations after. It's such a bitter film about people. How can you be religious after subjecting yourself to the real world? Or at least that's one of the big themes I found in the film. It's brilliant, heartbreaking, and one of my favorites from Bunuel.
(kr) wrote: Very middle of the road melodrama. The scenes of the logging in the first 20 minutes were spectacular but after that it was rather flat.
(it) wrote: Si bien ciertas partes son predecibles, est bien lograda y tiene muy buenas reflexiones, que si bien estn en el contexto del surf, estn apuntadas tambin a la filosofa de vida que tena este gran surfer.
(ag) wrote: My sons first trip to the cinema and I couldn't of asked for a better film for him, As a child I loved Postman Pat so taking my son to see one of my childhood favorites at the cinema was an amazing experience, I spent more time looking at my sons reaction than the film itself, But the film itself was ok nothing great but kids will love it, A fun film but it went in a different direction plot wise to what we expected, It's predictable but who cares, Adults will enjoy the soundtrack more than anything, I can't comment on the 3D as I watched the 2D version, A good family film what kids will love and adults will enjoy (Sort of).