Your Christmas or Mine?


Comedy / Romance

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Asa Butterfield Photo
Asa Butterfield as James
David Bradley Photo
David Bradley as Jack
Alex Jennings Photo
Alex Jennings as Humphrey
868.16 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 34 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by ukxenafan18 / 10

Actually very enjoyable!

Saw this on my Prime video screen. Great cast so gave it a go on a dark Monday night and it was actually a pleasant surprise! Familiar family dynamics but still enjoyably entertaining despite knowing where it was going. Asa Butterfield and Cora Kirk are likeable leads, nice support from Daniel Mays, Alex Jennings and Harriet Walter and the rest of the reliable British cast. This is not a film that will go down as a classic but it is undemanding, pretty cosy although actually the film kept me interested all the way through. The most traumatic thing - someone leaves their phone on a train and let's face it, we would all be totally stumped with that situation. Who even knows phone numbers any more!!!

Solidly enjoyable fluff.

Reviewed by diane_berger10 / 10

Why are some people that bitter? It's an original feel good Christmas movie with chances to become a classic!

I really don't understand the bad reviews here. It's a beautiful, well acted, feel good Christmas movie that is really worth watching! Give it a try and you won't regret it (if you're into Christmas movies and want something different from girl meets boy, have issues and solve them miraculously at Christmas...)... I am pretty sure that this movie has the potential to become a classic... The acting, the script, the imaging are just so mesmerizing. It has all you need at Christmas.

I don't feel like I need that many words to make you believe it's worthwhile, but I am pretty sure you won't regret watching it, most of you, if you still believe in Christmas magic.

It's a good one, take my word on it!

Reviewed by mak_6006 / 10

Xmas by numbers...

A cast of well known Brit actors including the ever watchable Asa Butterfield, Angela Griffin, Daniel Mays etc do their best to keep this Xmas by numbers film bubbling 'n bumbling along and just about pull it off - but it's by no means a classic. Managing to comfortably straddle the line between inoffensive and formulaic it tells the tale of two romantically engaged students independently ending up at each other's family dwelling for Yuletide - and the obvious 'hilarity' that ensues from this.

And that - along with a number of run of the mill cliches, situations and characters - is about it...

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