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Worst soundtrack ever
Movie was cute - dogs couldve been more involved, as in riding in car, walking with people. They did play important part for the love story, but basing it on dogs is misleading.
I didn't scream, I don't feel like watching it over and over again but it's a Xmas movie, so... It's cute and well... Nicholas Brendon. I love him!
Nice Christmas story about childhood friendship & love that keeps you guessing what will happen
Beyond predictable but cute for a cheesy Christmas movie. Where did the dog go at the end?
Great family movie - a must see!!
This was terrible. And I don't mind a mediocre Hallmark/Lifetime movie. Ethan's comment: "The dog can act better than any of the humans."
Nice house! I loved the christmas atmosphere ...
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<b><i>"No matter where you go, no matter what you do, you will always be my best friend."</b></i> As Michael and Jessica open up a time capsule of keepsakes unburied since their magical summer affair so long ago that they had discovered a past in common for the sake of their happiness: at age nine Michael whispered his heart's desire into the ear of his best friend. When I first saw <i>A Golden Christmas</i> on television I knew it was going to be about Christmas, but as I followed along the storyline I got a little confused. I see that Jessica comes home for Christmas but doesn't want to leave until she gets it back. And with the house sold in an agreement between the parents and the real estate does that make me feel that Chet look like the real antagonist? Hmmm...I know I should have seen better things even after the movie ended. Even with any of the flaws mentioned I still liked the movie for the pairing between Andrea Roth and Nicholas Brendon, the performance of the Golden Retriever, and a nice flashback of memories of played featuring our young star-crossed lovers under their names "Han + Leia" that really amused me.
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Overall, I can say that <i>A Golden Christmas</i> is a good golden movie that really searches for the love thought to be lost a long time ago. It's worth a watch.
A great family film available at Redbox if anyone needs a Christmas flick.