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Snowglobe (2007)





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A woman who always longed for the perfect Christmas receives a magical snow globe that transports her to a land where every day is the twenty fifth of December in this family-oriented fantasy starring Christina Milian and Lorraine Bracco. When it comes to the holidays, Angela (Milian) would rather be just about anywhere other than home. Upon shaking an antique snow globe that she received as a gift, however, this embittered cynic is whisked away to a magical kingdom where Christmas never ends, and where she will have to choose between the man of her dreams and a love she could have never imagined.
Drama , Kids & Family , Science Fiction & Fantasy , Television
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Snowglobe Productions


Josh Cooke
as Eddie
Matt Keeslar
as Douglas
Ron Canada
as Antonio
Ennis Esmer
as Jamie
Erin Karpluk
as Claire
Kailin See
as Marie
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Critic Reviews for Snowglobe

All Critics (1)

Cute romantic comedy is full of holiday spirit.

Full Review… | December 18, 2010
Common Sense Media

Audience Reviews for Snowglobe

One of my wife's favorite Christmas movies, but I don't care for it. The general concept isn't bad, but it suffers from being a television movie. The cheesy quality makes it too hard to watch. (First and only full viewing - 12/13/2013)

Adam R
Adam R

Cute and fun. Though I did wonder why Angela was able to catch on while Douglas missed everything. Christina Milian is so pretty. And I love that they make her a half-black, half-Italian woman living in Brooklyn with a thick Long Island accent. And of course the best/worst part of the film: Lorraine Bracco as mama Milian.

Holly Golightly
Holly Golightly

This was actually pretty cute and I think Christina Milian did a pretty decent job. The storyline was not that strong though.


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