The Perfect Holiday Reviews

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November 17, 2011
December 17, 2007
I'd rather watch 90 minutes of a flickering yule log video than sit through this overcooked Christmas goose again.
December 14, 2007
[A] wretched yuletide comedy.
December 14, 2007
If tickets to this yuletide dreck are hiding in your stocking, you'd be better off with a lump of coal.
December 12, 2007
The Perfect Holiday makes the safest, blandest choices possible in delivering some Christmas cheer for the whole family.
December 12, 2007
Despite the flabby direction and uninspired plot, The Perfect Holiday almost works because Chestnut and Union are an attractive couple and you want them to get together.
November 7, 2008
Spicing up Christmas with some savvy soul, are tough love story tour guide Queen Latifah, Terrence Howard as her sidekick mute meanie, and devilish duo Katt Williams and Charlie Murphy's J-Jizzy, doing musical bad boys with deliciously nasty glee.
November 6, 2008
I saw mommy kissin' Santa Claus, ghetto style.
September 8, 2008
Love eventually conquers all, as expected, but not before we're forced to sit through a nearly endless parade of clichs, unfunny jokes, and empty drama.
July 16, 2008
Christmas fable is cute and tame, but unoriginal.
March 17, 2008
Queen Latifah and Terrence Howard just show up enough in The Perfect Holiday to either pick up a paycheck or return some kind of mysterious unpaid debt to writer-director Lance Rivera.
February 9, 2008
"The Perfect Holiday" isn't perfect. But it does contain moments of merriment.
February 1, 2008
Bad Santa! No cookie!
December 17, 2007
It's deplorable that these two stars have been reduced to appearing in such garbage.
December 16, 2007
Perfect Holiday is far from an offensive effort. It's just pathetic and forgettable, and when it comes to Christmas cheer, mediocrity should never be left under the tree.
December 16, 2007
There's just no cynicism in this whole story. As if a woman knows how to take a compliment. But this movie allows you to suspend disbelief and buy into a woman who can say thank you.
December 15, 2007
The movie's reach extends beyond it's grasp.
December 14, 2007
In one scene, Terrence Howard kneels in a pair of shoes like Tim Conway in a 'Dorf on Golf' video, licks a lollipop and utters this line: 'I gotta go dookie.' I hope they paid him well.
December 14, 2007
...a clumsy mess of silly contrivances and musty sight gags...
December 14, 2007
There's no rush to see this disappointing excuse for a holiday film.
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