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Holiday Movies: Review of A Christmas Prince

Mary Catherine Claverie

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Holiday movies are a staple part of getting into the “holiday spirit.” Movies such as Elf, A Christmas Story, Home Alone and Love Actually are beloved films that scream Christmas.

Over the past few years Netflix has created and produced some of the most popular TV shows in the country and around the world such as Stranger Things, Orange is the New Black, The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt and multiple others. So when I saw that Netflix has produced a new Christmas Romance movie I decided to watch it.

A  Christmas Prince opens with shots of New York City at Christmas time. The scene then changes to an office building where Amber, an aspiring writer, is editing her boss’s poorly written article. She laments about how she wishes she could become a published writer and how she is waiting to catch her big break. When Amber is offered the chance to cover the coronation of Prince Richard, a playboy prince from the fictional country of Aldovia, she packs her bags and takes off. Amber finds herself in a sticky situation when she poses as Princess Emily’s tutor to gain access to the Prince. While living in the castle, she slowly falls in love with the Prince. To find out what happens, watch the movie.

This movie has everything a good holiday romance should have: romance, drama and comedy. Although the ending is totally predictable, there is one good plot twist that keeps the story interesting. Rose McIver who plays Amber, and Ben Lamb who plays the Prince, have good chemistry and work well together as a couple. I would recommend this movie to anyone who loves sappy Hallmark movies, Christmas movies or just wants to get into the holiday spirit over break.

 

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