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Prancer's good-natured holiday cheer -- and a terrific performance from its young star -- are enough to make this yuletide adventure a moderately rewarding watch.
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A hodgepodge of Heidi and Meet Me in St. Louis.
This is a tale about faith and love, but it's also a story of coldness and death. Prancer, you might say, puts the winter solstice back in Christmas/
Harrell carries the film with an impressive performance for a child whose only previous experience was as a singing litterbug in a school play.
Prancer remains a real curiosity -- a movie that`s far from being successful on its own terms, yet better than those terms would suggest.
Its plodding competence can't provide that effortless magical touch that Christmas classics are made of.
Harrell's brash debut, the use of animism and the story's sincerity add interest.
While charming in conception and beautifully photographed in the dead of a Midwestern winter, Prancer is marred by a principal role.
It's a tribute to veteran TV writer Greg Taylor's script and, especially, to the acting of 9-year-old Ms. Harrell that the movie remains engaging and palatably sweet.
In the end, Prancer is a simple pleasure as the story of one special child's faith in the spirit of Christmas, a faith that changes her family and her community for the better.
This charming and disarming family film offers wish fulfilment to all but the most cynical of youngsters.
Forgettable Christmas movie featuring Sam Elliott.
Prancer deserves to join the select ranks of those Christmas movies we return to again and again.
Old-fashioned christmas movie.
Funny and charming, even if it is a typical Christmas film. Rebecca Harrell and Sam Elliott are wonderful.
A touching family film. A good movie to watch on Christmas Eve! Not amazing, but worth seeing!
Boring. It's sad because this movie had so much potential.
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