My Christmas Dream

My Christmas Dream

Christina Masters, the manager of McDougal’s flagship department store, is determined to land the manager position for their new Paris location. She sets out to impress Victoria, the store’s owner, by creating the best holiday display in McDougal’s history. Fresh out of inspiration despite assuring Victoria otherwise, Christina turns to a recently-fired store employee who also happens to be a talented artist and single dad to his young son. As they work side-by-side, the business relationship becomes personal and she finds herself falling in love. Will the allure of her dream be too strong or will she choose to follow her heart?

The movie is about Christina Masters, the manager of McDougal’s flagship department store. She’s determined to land the manager position for their new Paris location. With the help of a recently-fired employee named Kurt, she manages to create the best holiday display. But now she has to choose between the dream job in Paris or staying put with Kurt. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


My Christmas Dream torrent reviews

Michael G (jp) wrote: For as much as I love Joe Strummer, for as much as I love The Clash and for as informative as I found Joe Strummer: The Future is Unwritten, this documentary was a pretentious pile of shit about a seemingly unpretentious man. The archive and interviews with Strummer and people who worked with and I don't know, actually KNEW Strummer (like Mick Jones, Topper Headon, Jim Jarmusch, Steve Buscemi, etc) were cool, BUT... who's idea was the hobo camp-style interviews? There's a city behind them so I'm guessing they're not camping. And while we're on the subject of the interviews, why should I give a fuck what Johnny Depp has to say about The Clash? Or The Red Hot Chili Peppers or Bono? Oh, you saw The Clash once? Great, fuck off. And how about Matt Dillon and John Cusack? You hung out with Strummer once? AWESOME, now fuck off! At the same time its essential viewing for even the most fair-weather of Clash fans. There's just a lot of bullshit to wade through...

David W (gb) wrote: Saw is a gore fest, but it captures a cult following in it's status because of that

Kyle F (ru) wrote: Could have been a lot better.

Lee C (mx) wrote: This is one of the funniest movies i have ever seen. I accidentally rented it then bought it the next day. This movie rocks.

Sean S (kr) wrote: While primarily relying on slasher film conventions, the script offers some surprising wit and occasionally funny and even suspenseful (but not for long) moments. Still--as of 2012--David Boreanaz's best-known film, Valentine also suffers from some weak performances and pacing problems.

Patrick M (kr) wrote: too many of these lol

Manolo P (nl) wrote: In moments when Hollywood over exploits the subjects of World War II, tirelessly marking the difference between the "good" ones, and who were the "bad" ones, this movie comes with a completely different perspective. The image of Japan has been treated as the bloody figure of "always winning" and the kamikazes who gave their lives just to achieve their objectives. Here we see something that breaks with it. The people who suffered the most were not the soldiers but the civilians, who directly went through from famine, terror and the lack of resources. "The Grave of the Fireflies" relates how two very young brothers faced these events and the result is sad, bleak, yet hopeful. A caricatured film should never be underestimated, let alone if it is so historically attached to a poetic and living history of love, sacrifice and survival in the face of the crisis of a warlike event where the world of adults is even cruel and more painful. The beauty with which this film moves is able to embrace its audience due to the excellent lyrical use with which fragile events develop, facing the crudeness of reality but not corrupting itself against this adversity, continuing to enjoy childhood and the opportunity they have to live. 83/100

Guillaume H (fr) wrote: This stroy doesnt make the most of what it contains and treats its strong leading lady like shes furniture but its the apex of the mid 70,s esthetic and is a champion of the governement paranoia thriller. And the opening sequence is priceless

Stuart P (us) wrote: Lemmon's Oscar winning role and one of the finest movies he made.

Diana S (gb) wrote: I liked this movie. It was very cute.

David B (mx) wrote: some pretty decent acting, and a pretty interesting plot, the feel of the isolation is carried out well and it genuinely feels good when they are found.

Michael M (kr) wrote: Easily the best in the franchise and overall just a badass action flick. Great fight scenes and Snipes is a king. Guillermo Del Toro rocked this one.

Jesse B (it) wrote: A terrible script, terrible acting and terrible direction don't help this completely inaccurate and unrealistic abomination. The patriotic BS is pretty annoying too. It's made like a 1960s World War II epic which is quite an insult to those who suffered because of this war. If you haven't seen this, don't, watch Platoon, Born on the Fourth of July, Full Metal Jacket or Apocalypse Now instead.

Austin P (ca) wrote: A great, dark little film. All the better for anyone who's ever been stuck on the N10 on a French bank holiday!!

Nico S (jp) wrote: Some very good chemistry between all the members, whether it's between Rudd and William Scott or their "little brothers". There were some touching scenes as well that were good. For the most part it was funny, it some jokes fell kids flat for me.

Harsh C (fr) wrote: Some amusing scenes but the plot gets ever more farsical

Shawn R (mx) wrote: It ones of those so bad, its good... except its not good its funny.