Christmas on the Square

2020

Action / Comedy / Drama / Family / Musical

9
IMDb Rating 5.2 10 2130

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Synopsis


Uploaded By: FREEMAN
November 22, 2020 at 06:16 PM

Director

Cast

Josh Segarra as Pastor Christian Hathaway
Christine Baranski as Regina Fuller
Treat Williams as Carl Pellam
Jenifer Lewis as Margeline
720p.WEB 1080p.WEB
911.78 MB
1280*714
English 2.0
NR
23.976 fps
1 hr 38 min
P/S 4 / 12
1.83 GB
1920*1072
English 5.1
NR
23.976 fps
1 hr 38 min
P/S 3 / 11

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by alainabelameh 1 / 10

Alcohol needed...

I am writing this mid-watching, and I must say, I haven't laughed this much in ages! Cue 5 espresso martinis and this turns into a hilarious comedy! Dolly is the most glam homeless person I've ever seen & the music is CHEESE! Horrible musical, but if you fancy a giggle, it's worth watching! A mentally challenging film, with or without the booze!!

Reviewed by kamp-706-418073 9 / 10

Charming Christmas Story

I found this to be a charming Christmas story. The dancing reminds me of "West Side Story." The singing was more operetta than musical. Yes, it is vary campy. But so is "A Wonderful Life" and "A Christmas Carol." So what, it is still fun. Predictable, yes, but then so is Santa Claus. Tis the Season.

Reviewed by toddsgraham 5 / 10

A fun Christmas musical for the whole family (if you like musicals, that is)...

I find musicals difficult to review as I always find myself trying to disentangle the singing from the acting, which, of course, does not work. Overall, it is a fun movie, especially if you like musicals. It is not a very original story, of course, as the "Scrooge" plot has been done many times. The twist here is it is done in a musical. Regarding the story, I did find the plot around building a mall in a bit funny, given that they have been closing across the country. Anyway, the choreography in the song and dance scenes is fun and engaging. Indeed, the strongest scenes, I felt, were those when the full cast participated (e.g., the opening scene, the church scenes, the closing scene). The individual performances, I thought were mixed. The lead, Christine Baranski (as Regina) and Treat Williams (as Carl), both had good performances, even though they are not what I would call naturally good singers. Josh Segarra, playing the pastor, could really sing, but his acting was rather weak. I was unimpressed with Jeanine Mason's (as Felicity, the other angel) performance overall. The producers could have cast a stronger actor for this role, a pity really. Jenifer Lewis (as Margeline) and Matthew Johnson (Mack) were excellent, great voices/singing. And there was a cute performance by Selah Kimbro Jones as Violet; I really enjoyed her scene with Regina. Overall, a fun movie. However, if you are not a fan of musicals, you should probably sit this one out.

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