The Jinglebell Jubilee (2023)

  • Year: 2023
  • Released: 03 Dec 2023
  • Country: United States
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  • Language: English
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  • Writer: Joel Canfield, Lisa Canfield, Lorie Hope
  • Director: Ernie Barbarash
  • Cast: Erin Agostino, Kristian Jordan, Samantha Kendrick
  • Keywords: holiday, love triangle, christmas tree, widower, high school teacher, christmas,

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Cumbersome and sweet

7.7 stars.

Cumbersome and sweet are oxymorons and this film is one big oxymoron. The leads seem to lack chemistry, but I think it’s because they try so hard to be awkward, maybe they portray it too well. First of all, something about Agostino is endearing and simple. I mean that in a flattering way. She has a way about her, thus the reason why she lands a lead role in the film. There are people out there that feel she has the chops and I am one. Mr. Marshall was fine, nothing noteworthy about his performance, but he played his part well. His character is a confused widower who yearns for a woman, but feels guilty about it. The object of his affections is Agostino’s character. Her most notable traits are that a lack of self-confidence, and this is probably unattractive for most viewers. I find it to be endearing and sweet and I can sense it’s deliberate. She is a woman who is only self-assured when it comes to giving to the needy and doing kind things for those less fortunate. Otherwise she lacks any self-worth and I see how the audience might be turned off by these traits. To me it seems authentic, and I enjoyed the display. Another outlier for me. This movie has very low ratings, but is a rare surprise of downhearted entertainment (another oxymoron).

Didn’t hate it

It’s probably because I’ve got a soft spot in my heart for sweet, little girls like Erin Agostino, but I was able to get to the end without yawning or eye-rolling.

The story here involves a a city manager who returns to his hometown and encounters an old school mate when he registers his son for school. She’s now a schoolteacher who has invented a way for students to regift presents to people in need.

As there is a shortage of donations to the city’s charity gift-giving program, the two devise a plan to take her program city-wide.

The story moves along at a reasonable pace. There is a plotline that each of them dates other people before realizing the obvious.

This is not a front line movie, but if you’re looking for something to watch, there’s worse choices.